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Measures of Absolute Variability

June 10, 2013
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Measures of absolute variability deal with the dispersion of the data points. This include the following:Range - rangeInterquartile Range - IQRQuartile DeviationAverage DeviationStandard Deviation - sdThese measures of variability restrict to uniform u...

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You Do Not Need to Tell Me I Have A Typo in My Documentation

June 10, 2013
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You Do Not Need to Tell Me I Have A Typo in My Documentation

So I just got yet yet another comment saying "you have a typo in your documentation". While I do appreciate these kind reminders, I think it might be a good exercise for those who want to try GIT and Github pull requests, which make it possible for y...

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Using Metadata to find Paul Revere

June 9, 2013
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Using Metadata to find Paul Revere

London, 1772. I have been asked by my superiors to give a brief demonstration of the surprising effectiveness of even the simplest techniques of the new-fangled Social Networke Analysis in the pursuit of those who would seek to undermine the liberty enjoyed by His Majesty's subjects. This is in connection with the discussion of the role of "metadata" in

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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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Quartiles, Deciles, and Percentiles

June 9, 2013
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The measures of position such as quartiles, deciles, and percentiles are available in quantile function. This function has a usage,where:x - the data pointsprob - the location to measurena.rm - if FALSE, NA (Not Available) data points are not ignoredna...

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Quick and Simple D3 Network Graphs from R

June 8, 2013
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Quick and Simple D3 Network Graphs from R

Sometimes I just want to quickly make a simple D3 JavaScript directed network graph with data in R. Because D3 network graphs can be manipulated in the browser–i.e. nodes can be moved around and highlighted–they're really nice for data exploration. They're also really nice in HTML presentations. So I put together a...

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Mean and Median

June 8, 2013
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Mean in R is computed using the function mean. Consider the scores of 20 MSU-IIT students in Stat 101 exam with a hundred items: 70, 78, 66, 65, 50, 53, 48, 88, 95, 80, 85, 84, 81, 63, 68, 73, 75, 84, 49, and 77. Compute and interpret the mean and medi...

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Using Metadata to find Paul Revere

June 8, 2013
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Using Metadata to find Paul Revere

London, 1772. I have been asked by my superiors to give a brief demonstration of the surprising effectiveness of even the simplest techniques of the new-fangled Social Networke Analysis in the pursuit of those who would seek to undermine the liberty enjoyed by His Majesty’s subjects. This is in connection with the discussion of the role of “metadata” in

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Using Metadata to find Paul Revere

June 8, 2013
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Using Metadata to find Paul Revere

London, 1772. I have been asked by my superiors to give a brief demonstration of the surprising effectiveness of even the simplest techniques of the new-fangled Social Networke Analysis in the pursuit of those who would seek to undermine the liberty enjoyed by His Majesty’s subjects. This is in connection with the discussion of the role of “metadata” in

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