# 378 search results for "animation"

## R: Animating 2D and 3D plots

February 13, 2014
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One great package in R is the animation made by Yihui Xie. And just for fun, we are going to explore that. Our aim is to create simple animated 2D and 3D plots. Here is the first one, 2D of courseThe code,It's a piece of cake right? The function we use...

## ShareLaTeX now supports knitr

January 31, 2014
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ShareLaTeX (click here to register a free account) is a wonderful and reliable on-line editor for writing and compiling LaTeX documents “in the cloud” as well as working together in real-time (imagine Google Docs supporting LaTeX => you get ShareLaTeX).…Read more ›

## Summarising multivariate palaeoenvironmental data

January 9, 2014
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The horseshoe effect is a well known and discussed issue with principal component analysis (PCA) (e.g. Goodall 1954; Swan 1970; Noy-Meir & Austin 1970). Similar geometric artefacts also affect correspondence analysis (CA). In part 1 of this series I looked at the implications of these “artefacts” for the recovery of temporal or single dominant gradients from multivariate palaeoecological data....

## The Fourier Transform, explained in one sentence

January 3, 2014
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If, like me, you struggled to understand the Fourier Transformation when you first learned about it, this succinct one-sentence colour-coded explanation from Stuart Riffle probably comes several years too late: Stuart provides a more detailed explanation here. This is the formula for the Discrete Formula Transform, which converts sampled signals (like a digital sound recording) into the frequency domain...

## Statistics unplugged

December 27, 2013
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How much does statistical software help and how much it interferes when teaching statistical concepts? Software used in the practice of statistics (say R, SAS, Stata, etc) brings to the party a mental model that it’s often alien to students, while being highly optimized for practitioners. It is possible to introduce a minimum of distraction

## How fair is White Elephant?

December 24, 2013
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This article was first published on analyze stuff. It has been contributed to Anything but R-bitrary in celebration of its introductory post.By Max Ghenis Welcome to analyze stuff! For our first post, I wanted to reflect on the time of year; after all, ‘tis the season for hams and yams, caroling and sledding, and of...

## How fair is White Elephant?

December 24, 2013
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Welcome to analyze stuff! For our first post, I wanted to reflect on the time of year; after all, ‘tis the season for hams and yams, caroling and sledding, and of course gifts! One popular party gift exchange game is the White Elephant, where each person brings a wrapped (typically regifted or otherwise odd-ball)...

## Sentence Drawing: Part II

December 23, 2013
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In a recent blog post I introduced Stefanie Posavec‘s Sentence Drawings. We created this ggplot2 rendition: We left off weighing the aesthetics of the Sentence Drawing with information of quality visualizations. I asked others to think of ways to display … Continue reading →

## Sentence Drawing: Function vs. Art

December 8, 2013
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I recently was reading the book “Functional Art” and came across the work of Stefanie Posavec. Her Sentence Drawings (click here to see and click here to learn) caught my attention. Here is a ggplot2 rendition: From what I understand … Continue reading →

## R-bloggers: an example of how interest networks propel viral events

December 4, 2013
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A guest post by Jeff Hemsley, who has co-authored with Karine Nahon a new book titled Going Viral. ————————- In Going Viral (Polity Press, 2013) we explore the topic of virality, the process of sharing messages that results in a fast, broad …Read more »