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At Least Tim Thomas Won…….

June 22, 2011
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As you can tell from the content on this blog, I am a really big fan of statistical analysis and the NHL.  I haven’t blogged in some time simply because I have been deeply engrossed by the 2011 playoffs, where … Continue reading →

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Michael Ryder Streaks

April 22, 2011
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Michael Ryder Streaks

A ways back I put up a post that uses R to plot the scoring trends of an NHL player. Given the recent chatter on sports talk radio around Boston, I used my script to plot the data for Michael … Continue reading →

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Find NHL Players with 30 Goals and 100 PIM using R

April 2, 2011
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Find NHL Players with 30 Goals and 100 PIM using R

Last week Jack Edwards raised the fact that Milan Lucic was the first Bruin player to join the 30 Goal / 100 Penalty Minute club in a few years.  It got me thinking about the other players who have accomplished … Continue reading →

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Plot the Scoring Streak of an NHL Player with R

April 1, 2011
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Plot the Scoring Streak of an NHL Player with R

I am a big Boston Bruins fan and have enjoyed the ups and downs over the last few years, regardless of the catastrophes that have occurred during the playoffs.  The team struggled a few weeks ago, but have recently seemed … Continue reading →

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Use R to view and manipulate the File System

February 21, 2011
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One of the best ways to learn how to code in R is to view sample scripts that people share. I recently came across this post where Michael uses R to scrape twitter and collect all sorts of great data … Continue reading →

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