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Linguistic Notation Inside of R Plots!

April 14, 2012
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Linguistic Notation Inside of R Plots!

So, I've been playing around with learning knitr, which is a Sweave-like R package for combining LaTeX and R code into one document. There's almost no learning curve if you already use Sweave, and I find a lot of knitr's design and usage to be a lot nicer.I wasn't going to make a blog post or tutorial about...

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knitr Performance Report-Attempt 1

April 13, 2012
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knitr Performance Report-Attempt 1

I get very excited about new R packages, but rarely is my excitement so fulfilled as with knitr.  Even with no skill, I have already been able to adapt the example Yihui Xie provides in his knitr Graphics Manual into a crude first version of a per...

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R Statistics Mobile Console (iPhone)

April 13, 2012
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R Statistics Mobile Console (iPhone)

I’m trying to make a mobile version of R-GUI, here is one (trying with iPhone emulator), not so beautiful, but still work. Try at CloudStat Mobile. Below are the screenshots: Homepage Web-based R Console Statistical Apps Directory ( R Apps ) ...

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One app, three languages

April 13, 2012
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This past week at work I had the opportunity to code the same algorithm using each of the three scientific programming/scripting languages I'm familiar with:MatlabPythonRThe list above is the order that the (re)-coding was done and serves as a beginnin...

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US House Prices, Default and Bankruptcy Rates in R

April 13, 2012
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US House Prices, Default and Bankruptcy Rates in R

Some time ago I got inspired by a post on r-bloggers.com, showing the housing bubble in several US cities, nicely done with ggplot. I extended this to incorporate two measures of problems in the consumer credit markets: the percentage of people with a ...

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R in the CPB and the role of Open Source in Promoting Transparency and Austerity

April 12, 2012
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The Revolution blog links to an O'Reilly  interview with two CIO's from the Consumer Protection Bureau. The gist of the interview is "Open Source is Great, we are using it for everything; R and Big Data are the next hot thing, et cetera".  I ...

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R in the CPB and the role of Open Source in Promoting Transparency and Austerity

April 12, 2012
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The Revolution blog links to an O'Reilly  interview with two CIO's from the Consumer Protection Bureau. The gist of the interview is "Open Source is Great, we are using it for everything; R and Big Data are the next hot thing, et cetera".  I ...

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In case you missed it: March 2012 Roundup

April 12, 2012
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from March of particular interest to R users. New features in the latest version of ggplot2 include choropleths, violin plots, and improved annotations. A video demonstration of big-data Naive Bayes and Classification Tree models with Revolution R Enterprise for IBM Netezza. A collection of two-minute video tutorials for R beginners....

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M-O-M vs Y-O-Y inflation rates in India

April 12, 2012
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M-O-M vs Y-O-Y inflation rates in India

Some time back I came across this article, by one of our alumni who is currently at NIPFP, which presents some caveats and shortcomings of different measure of inflation in India in a concise manner. Since my master's thesis topic revolves around infla...

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How to work with Google n-gram data sets in R using MySQL

April 12, 2012
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How to work with Google n-gram data sets in R using MySQL

In this R tutorial you will learn how to work with Google n-gram data sets with the help of MySQL. The complete R code is included in this post.

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