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Network visualization – part 4: 3D networks

September 20, 2013
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In the fourth and final part of my graph visualization series, I’ll show how to create 3D network plots. 3D plots are more than just pretty plots – they allow you to rotate, scale, and zoom in and out of … Continue reading →

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Network visualization – part 3: Hive plots

September 15, 2013
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In the third part of “how to quickly visualize networks directly from R” series, I’ll write about the hive plots and “HiveR” package. The concept of hive plots is fundamentally different from the Cytoscape and Gephi plots. Cytoscape and Gephi … Continue reading →

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Network visualization – part 2: Gephi

July 26, 2013
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In the second part of my “how to quickly visualize networks directly from R” series, I’ll discuss how to use R and the “rgexf” package to create network plots in Gephi. Gephi is a great network visualization tool that allows … Continue reading →

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Network visualization – part 1: Cytoscape

July 20, 2013
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Networks are used to describe and model various real-world phenomena such as social relationships or communications, transportation routes, electrical power grids, molecular interactions, etc. , and thus, it is not surprising that network visualization is a hot research problem. However, … Continue reading →

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A simple way to cluster music

January 25, 2013
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In my last blog, I discussed the tuneR functions that provide an option to transcribe musical notes from audio frequencies. In this blog, I’ll write about functions for comparison of audio spectrum distributions, available in the seewave library. The idea I … Continue reading →

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tRanscribing music from audio files

January 6, 2013
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While working on one of my side projects, I realized that if I want to work with audio inputs, I may need to do a little bit of audio processing. Last time I did some work with signal processing I … Continue reading →

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Shiny Pubmed Word Clouds

December 26, 2012
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Recently, I’ve started working on my website redesign, including the redesign of my research page. As somebody who works with different types of networks on (almost) daily basis, it would be easy to just create pretty network pictures and use … Continue reading →

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