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The New Madrid Fault – Past, Present and Future

November 2, 2012
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The New Madrid Fault – Past, Present and Future

New Madrid, Territory of Missouri, March 22, 1816 Dear Sir, In compliance with your request, I will now give you a history, as full in detail as the limits of the letter will permit, of the late awful visitation of Providence in this place and vicinity.  On the 16th of December, 1811, about two o'clock, A.M., we were visited by a violent...

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Watch Obama and Romney criss-cross the US

November 1, 2012
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Watch Obama and Romney criss-cross the US

The Washington Post has an interactive graphic showing the rate at which the US presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have visited the various states for campaign rallies and fundraisers. Here's how it looks today: You can clearly see the focus on key swing states like Florida and Ohio, as well as non-competitive (but donor-rich) states like California...

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Hierarchical linear models and lmer

October 31, 2012
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Hierarchical linear models and lmer

Hierarchical linear models and lmer Article by Ben Ogorek Graphics by Bob Forrest Background My last article featured linear models with random slopes. For estimation and prediction, we used the lmer function from the lme4 package. Today we'll consider another level in the hierarchy, one...

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Edmonton R User Group is going live

October 30, 2012
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Edmonton R User Group is going live

Edmonton has made a name for itself as the City of Champions, The Gateway to the North and the most northern city in North America with a population of over 1

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Tracking Hurricane Sandy with Open Data and R

October 29, 2012
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Tracking Hurricane Sandy with Open Data and R

Hurricane Sandy is shaping up to be a major, and very dangerous, meteorological event for the US's East coast. Naturally, everyone is looking for the latest information and forecasts. Fortunately, the wealth of public meteorological data available on the open web, combined with real-time on-the-ground updates via social media, means that an ecosystem of on-line apps is now available...

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Installing Routino under OSX

October 29, 2012
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Installing Routino under OSX

Routino is a set of libraries that enable road based route calculations to be conducted over OpenStreetMap data. I have been using them extensively over the past six months for a project looking at CO2 emissions and the commute to school. Although Routino was designed to run under Linux, it can also be compiled and installed under OSX (sorry...

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How Scenic is the HS2 Route?

October 29, 2012
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How Scenic is the HS2 Route?

It is fairly clear from the duration between this and my last post that various other things have been getting in the way of updates. Anyway, I shall try and post a few updates on news and things I have been working on recently in the coming weeks before getting back to regular posting! Back

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How Scenic is the HS2 Route?

October 29, 2012
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How Scenic is the HS2 Route?

It is fairly clear from the duration between this and my last post that various other things have been getting in the way of updates. Anyway, I shall try and post a few updates on news and things I have been working on recently in the coming weeks befo...

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Watch Sandy in “R” (Including Forecast Cone)

October 28, 2012
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Watch Sandy in “R” (Including Forecast Cone)

As indicated in the code comments, Google took down the cone KML files. I’ll be changing the code to use the NHC archived cone files later tonight NOTE: There is significantly updated code on github for the Sandy ‘R’ dataviz. This is a follow-up post to the quickly crafted Watch Sandy in “R” post last

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Watch “Sandy” In R

October 27, 2012
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Watch “Sandy” In R

UPDATE: Significantly updated code on githubWell, a couple folks asked how to make it more “centered” on the hurricane and stop the labels from chopping off, so I modified the previous code a bit to show how to do that. As indicated in the code comments, Google took down the cone KML files. I’ll be

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