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Analytics using R: Most active in my Twitter list

November 27, 2011
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Analytics using R: Most active in my Twitter list

I follow some 80 odd people/ news sources on my twitter account. For a while I wondered which of these sources are most active on twitter. I picked a simple metric '# of status messages posted to twitter' as the measure of activity. Using R I quickly wrote a program to generate my top 10 most active...

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My first ‘R’ plot

May 16, 2011
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My first ‘R’ plot

Started learning 'R'.My first attempt was to plot data from Forbes 1000 list (refer to the exercise posted by Prasoon sharma)Here is a bubble chart showing Forbes top 25 companies by Market CapitalizationSource code:## read the csv fileFORBES...

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jStat: Advanced Statistics using Javascript

March 23, 2011
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jStat: Advanced Statistics using Javascript

While 'R' is getting enterprise ready, it's no longer the only open source option for advanced statistical programming. jStat.js is the new kid on the block.Things in favor of jStat:Based on Javascript, jQuery - future is assuredLight-weightAbility to ...

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