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Google location data — Where I’ve been.

September 25, 2014
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Google location data — Where I’ve been.

I was emailed by a friend that was looking into their google location data and had asked if I had ever used a json file before in R. I said I had not, but I knew there were packages to do such things. The things I sent were things he had already tried,...

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Google location data — Where I’ve been.

September 25, 2014
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Google location data — Where I’ve been.

I was emailed by a friend that was looking into their google location data and had asked if I had ever used a json file before in R. I said I had not, but I knew there were packages to do such things. The things I sent were things he had already tried,...

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Offense or defense improve likelihood of becoming bowl eligible?

September 4, 2014
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Offense or defense improve likelihood of becoming bowl eligible?

I saw a post recently about the likelihood of a baseball team winning based on how many runs, hits, and other baseball statistics. I liked the idea and thought of applying that to college football. Particularly, I'm interested in knowing whether scorin...

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Offense or defense improve likelihood of becoming bowl eligible?

September 4, 2014
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Offense or defense improve likelihood of becoming bowl eligible?

I saw a post recently about the likelihood of a baseball team winning based on how many runs, hits, and other baseball statistics. I liked the idea and thought of applying that to college football. Particularly, I'm interested in knowing whether scorin...

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Dodged bar charts, why not a line graph?

August 4, 2014
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Dodged bar charts, why not a line graph?

I often see graphs that are poorly implemented in that they do not achieve their goal. One such type of graph that I see are dodged bar charts. Here is an example of a dodged bar chart summarizing the number of all star players by team (focusing spec...

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Dodged bar charts, why not a line graph?

August 4, 2014
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Dodged bar charts, why not a line graph?

I often see graphs that are poorly implemented in that they do not achieve their goal. One such type of graph that I see are dodged bar charts. Here is an example of a dodged bar chart summarizing the number of all star players by team (focusing spec...

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Format Markdown Documents in R

July 29, 2014
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Format Markdown Documents in R

Have you ever used a markdown file to create an html file? Have you ever wanted to quickly format the subsequent html file to add some color or other aspects? If your answer is yes to both of those questions, this package may be of interest to you. ...

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Format Markdown Documents in R

July 29, 2014
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Format Markdown Documents in R

Have you ever used a markdown file to create an html file? Have you ever wanted to quickly format the subsequent html file to add some color or other aspects? If your answer is yes to both of those questions, this package may be of interest to you. ...

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R gui Revisited

May 27, 2014
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A couple months ago I wrote about switching my class from using SPSS to one that uses R with a gui frontend (original post). Since the semester has wrapped up, below are my thoughts on how the course went with respect to the students using R. Things ...

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R gui Revisited

May 26, 2014
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A couple months ago I wrote about switching my class from using SPSS to one that uses R with a gui frontend (original post). Since the semester has wrapped up, below are my thoughts on how the course went with respect to the students using R. Things ...

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