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Video: H2O Talks by Trevor Hastie and John Chambers

January 2, 2015
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by Joseph Rickert In a recent post, where I presented some R related highlights of November's H20 World conference, I singled out and described talks by Trevor Hastie and John Chambers and remarked that it would be nice if the videos would be made available. Well, thanks to the generosity of the folks at H2O I got my wish....

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Cluster Analysis of the NFL’s Top Wide Receivers

December 29, 2014
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Cluster Analysis of the NFL’s Top Wide Receivers

“The time has come to get deeply into football. It is the only thing we have left that ain't fixed.”Hunter S. Thompson, Hey Rube Column, November 9, 2004I have to confess that I haven’t been following the NFL this year as much as planned or hoped.  On only 3 or 4 occasions this year have I been able to...

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My Commonly Done ggplot2 graphs: Part 2

December 18, 2014
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My Commonly Done ggplot2 graphs: Part 2

In my last post I described some of my commonly done ggplot2 graphs. It seems as though some people are interested in these, so I was going to follow this up with other plots I make frequently. Scatterplot colored by continuous variable The setup of the data for the scatterplots will be the same as

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Sequence of shopping carts in-depth analysis with R

December 4, 2014
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Sequence of shopping carts in-depth analysis with R

Although the sankey diagram from the previous post provided us with a very descriptive tool, we can consider it a rather exploratory analisys. As I mentioned, sequence mining can give us the opportunity to recommend this or that product based on previous purchases, but we should find the right moment and patterns in purchasing behavior.... Read More »

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Study of a plot

December 3, 2014
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Study of a plot

I began to think on a nice way of plotting campaign expenditures in a paper I'm working on. I thought this would be something like the following--simple but meaningful even when there are outliers in both tails. Though I like the seniors Tukey's boxplot and scatter plots, I had already used them the last time … Read More...

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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

December 2, 2014
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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

I was thinking on a nice way of plotting campaign expenditures in a paper I’m working on. I thought this would be something like the following, simple, but meaningful even in the context of lots of outliers in both tails. Although I like the seniors Tukey’s boxplot and scatter plots, I had already used them, so I...

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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

December 2, 2014
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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

I was thinking on a nice way of plotting campaign expenditures in a paper I’m working on. I thought this would be something like the following, simple, but meaningful even in the context of lots of outliers in both tails. Although I like the seniors Tukey’s boxplot and scatter plots, I had already used them, so I...

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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

December 2, 2014
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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

I was thinking on a nice way of plotting campaign expenditures in a paper I’m working on. I thought this would be something like the following, simple, but meaningful even in the context of lots of outliers in both tails. Although I like the seniors Tukey’s boxplot and scatter plots, I had already used them, so I...

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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

December 2, 2014
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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

I was thinking on a nice way of plotting campaign expenditures in a paper I’m working on. I thought this would be something like the following, simple, but meaningful even in the context of lots of outliers in both tails. Although I like the seniors Tukey’s boxplot and scatter plots, I had already used them, so I...

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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

December 2, 2014
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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

I was thinking on a nice way of plotting campaign expenditures in a paper I’m working on. I thought this would be something like the following, simple, but meaningful even in the context of lots of outliers in both tails. Although I like the seniors Tukey’s boxplot and scatter plots, I had already used them, so I...

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