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Elder Research Two Day Course

September 18, 2010
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... or what I did on my summer vacation...Just got back from the Elder Research Two Day Course "Tools for Discovering Patterns in Data".  It was a great course that (while not R specific) provides a great overview of Data Mining tools and tec...

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Ah Bach…

September 7, 2010
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Ah Bach…

As announced by David Smith over at Revolution Analytics,  a ggplot2 Case Study Competition is on...   Rather than blogging for the last few days, I cobbled together an entry.  It is not a particularly mind bending use of ...

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Ah Bach…

September 7, 2010
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Ah Bach…

As announced by David Smith over at Revolution Analytics,  a ggplot2 Case Study Competition is on...   Rather than blogging for the last few days, I cobbled together an entry.  It is not a particularly mind bending use of ...

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Bot Botany – K-Means and ggplot2

September 2, 2010
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Bot Botany – K-Means and ggplot2

So if you had a robot that was an expert at botany - would you have a bot botanist?  Among other things, it would need to to distinguish flowers through vision and image processing, and be able to classify various kinds of plants based upon specif...

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Bot Botany – K-Means and ggplot2

September 2, 2010
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Bot Botany – K-Means and ggplot2

So if you had a robot that was an expert at botany - would you have a bot botanist?  Among other things, it would need to to distinguish flowers through vision and image processing, and be able to classify various kinds of plants based upon specif...

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Better than Average

August 31, 2010
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Better than Average

The NIST's The Engineering Statistics Handbook includes an Introduction to Time Series Analysis which provides a great way of demonstrating how R can be used to make such calculations.  This post replicates the analys...

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Better than Average

August 31, 2010
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Better than Average

The NIST's The Engineering Statistics Handbook includes an Introduction to Time Series Analysis which provides a great way of demonstrating how R can be used to make such calculations.  This post replicates the analys...

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Fractals in R

August 27, 2010
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Fractals in R

Atte Tenkanen had a blog on fractals using R for a time. Much of his source code is still available online.  To produce his version of the Mandelbrot set:source('http://users.utu.fi/attenka/mandelbrot_set.R')Fractals (such...

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Fractals in R

August 27, 2010
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Fractals in R

Atte Tenkanen had a blog on fractals using R for a time. Much of his source code is still available online.  To produce his version of the Mandelbrot set:source('http://users.utu.fi/attenka/mandelbrot_set.R')Fractals (such...

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How Safe is Your Money?

August 24, 2010
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How Safe is Your Money?

The FDIC regularly publishes a Failed Bank List and related statistics.  This post uses data in the original XLS from the FDIC web site which is formatted for human consumption to produce the charts below using R.  Note that 2010 data be...

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