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Answering “How many people use my R package?”

June 11, 2013
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Answering “How many people use my R package?”

The question “How many people use my R package?” is a natural question that (I imagine) every R package developer asks himself at some point or another. After many years in the dark, a silver lining has now emerged thanks …Read more »

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Visualizing densities of spatial processes

June 11, 2013
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Visualizing densities of spatial processes

We recently uploaded on http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00725090 a revised version of our work, with Ewen Gallic (a.k.a. @3wen) on Visualizing spatial processes using Ripley’s correction: an application to bodily-injury car accident location In this paper, we investigate (and extend) Ripley’s circumference method to correct bias of density estimation of edges (or frontiers) of regions. The idea of the method was theoretical...

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Biostatisticians… beware of fuzzy researchers!

June 11, 2013
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Biostatisticians… beware of fuzzy researchers!

In the last days I was thinking about about how researchers could collaborate efficiently with their experts in statistics. With the increasing complexity in science, interchanging information can be crucial to get the best results. But what happens when a … Sigue leyendo →

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In case you missed it: May 2013 Roundup

June 10, 2013
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from May of particular interest to R users: Billions of geotagged Tweets create a beautiful map of the world when plotted with the ggmap package. A review of Ryan Sheftel's talk at R/Finance, on how he uses R on the trading desk at Credit Suisse. Also, a quick take on...

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Where is the R Activity?

June 10, 2013
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Where is the R Activity?

R has become one of the world’s most widely used

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Better Neighborhoods with R: Exploring and Analyzing SeeClickFix Data (part 1)

June 9, 2013
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Better Neighborhoods with R: Exploring and Analyzing SeeClickFix Data (part 1)

Better Neighborhoods with R: Exploring and Analyzing SeeClickFix Data (part 1) The ‎ National Day of Civic Hacking took place …Continue reading »

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Mahout for R Users

June 9, 2013
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Mahout for R Users

I have a few posts coming up on Apache Mahout so I thought it might be useful to share some notes. I came at it as primarily an R coder with some very rusty Java and C++ somewhere in the back of my head so that will be my point of reference. I’ve also included … Continue reading...

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A Shiny App Goes Viral

June 7, 2013
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A Shiny App Goes Viral

I am not sure how many of you have seen this Business Insider article.  It is basically about a shiny app created by Joshua Katz as NC State.  It is really fun playing with shiny app.With nearly a million facebook likes this web app buil...

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A Big Data introduction

June 5, 2013
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Since R uses the computer RAM, it may handle only rather small sets of data. Nevertheless, there are some packages that allow to treat larger volumes and the best solution is to connect R with a Big Data environment. This … Continue reading →

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Collecting geocoded tweets with R and Java

June 4, 2013
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Collecting geocoded tweets with R and Java

Number of tweets in different languages posted around GermanyThere are many thing one can do with tweets (sentiment analysis, maps, ...). This entry shows you how you can access the publicly available API using Java and how to analyse the data using R....

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