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Notes from A Recent Spatial R Class I Gave

June 19, 2012
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Below is a link to a pdf (compiled with the amazing knitr package) and some accompanying data for a recent short course I gave on basic spatial data import/analysis/visualization in R. The class was only two hours and some of the participants were bein...

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Notes from A Recent Spatial R Class I Gave

June 19, 2012
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Below is a link to a pdf (compiled with the amazing knitr package) and some accompanying data for a recent short course I gave on basic spatial data import/analysis/visualization in R. The class was only two hours and some of the participants were bein...

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Overplotting solution for black-and-white graphics

June 18, 2012
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Overplotting solution for black-and-white graphics

I'm working on producing some black and white graphics of data which has a lot of overplotting. There are three basic groups, which if I made the plot in ordinary full color ggplot2 would look like this (the code for the reverse-log x-axis is available...

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An exercise in R using local open data

June 17, 2012
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An exercise in R using local open data

Last week I went to the “Government Open Data Hack Day” (godhd on twitter) in Birmingham (UK), organised by Gavin Broughton and James Catell. The idea was to get hold of local open data and try and make use of … Continue reading →

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How long does it take to get pregnant?

June 15, 2012
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How long does it take to get pregnant?

My girlfriend’s biological clock is ticking, and so we’ve started trying to spawn. Since I’m impatient, that has naturally lead to questions like “how long will it take?”. If I were to believe everything on TV, the answer would be easy: have unprotected sex once and pregnancy is guaranteed. A more cynical me suggests that

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#4 R: A powerful tool for the geochemist

June 14, 2012
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#4 R: A powerful tool for the geochemist

  R is an incredibly powerful programming tool used by a large community of people who require an easy to use, light weight, FREE, and fundamentally awesome statistics package! I have recently discovered that R can be used by geologists whose IT skills are often pitied by their more computer literate geophysicist colleagues. Long story short

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Revolution Newsletter: June 2012

June 14, 2012
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The most recent edition of the Revolution Newsletter is out. The news section is below, and you can read the full June edition (with highlights from this blog and community events) online. You can subscribe to the Revolution Newsletter to get it monthly via email. Revolution R Enterprise 6 Now Available! The latest release of Revolution R Enterprise brings...

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Body Weight in the United States – Part 2, "Non Factors"

June 13, 2012
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Body Weight in the United States – Part 2, "Non Factors"

Sometimes the story isn't what is a trend, but rather what is not a trend. In this second installment about body weight in the U.S., listing what doesn't seem to be contributing factors will help narrow down what might actually be the p...

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How to order bars in bar graph (Stack Overflow FAQ)

June 13, 2012
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How to order bars in bar graph (Stack Overflow FAQ)

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How to outrun a crashing alien spaceship

June 11, 2012
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How to outrun a crashing alien spaceship

Hollywood movies are obsessed with outrunning explosions and outrunning crashing alien spaceships. For explosions the movies give the optimal (but unusable) solution: run straight away. For crashing alien spaceships they give the same advice, but in this case it is wrong. We demonstrate the correct angle to flee. Running from a crashing alien spaceship, Prometheus Related posts:

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