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analogue 0.14-0 released

October 14, 2014
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A couple of week’s ago I packaged up a new release of analogue, which is available from CRAN. Version 0.14-0 is a smaller update than the changes released in 0.12-0 and sees a continuation of the changes to dependencies to have packages in Imports rather than Depends. The main development of analogue now takes place on github...

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ggvis 0.4

October 13, 2014
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ggvis 0.4

ggvis 0.4 is now available on CRAN. You can install it with: install.packages("ggvis") The major features of this release are: Boxplots, with layer_boxplots() chickwts %>% ggvis(~feed, ~weight) %>% layer_boxplots() Better stability when errors occur. Better handling of empty data and malformed data. More consistent handling of data in compute pipeline functions. Because of these changes,

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Spending Seized Assets – A State-by-State Per-capita Comparison in R

October 13, 2014
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Spending Seized Assets – A State-by-State Per-capita Comparison in R

The Washingon Post did another great story+vis, this time on states Spending seized assets. According to their sub-head: Since 2008, about 5,400 police agencies have spent $2.5 billion in proceeds from cash and property seized under federal civil forfeiture laws. Police suspected the assets were linked to crime, although in 81 percent of cases no

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Analyze Instagram with R

October 13, 2014
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Analyze Instagram with R

This tutorial will show you how you create an Instagram app, create an authentication process with R and get data via the Instagram API. There is no R package for this yet so we... The post Analyze Instagram with R appeared first on ThinkToStart.

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Introducing the Reproducible R Toolkit and the checkpoint package

October 13, 2014
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Introducing the Reproducible R Toolkit and the checkpoint package

The ability to create reproducible research is an important topic for many users of R. So important, that several groups in the R community have tackled this problem. Notably, packrat from RStudio, and gRAN from Genentech (see our previous blog post). The Reproducible R Toolkit is a new open-source initiative from Revolution Analytics. It takes a simple approach to...

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dplyr 0.3

October 13, 2014
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dplyr 0.3

I’m very pleased to announce that dplyr 0.3 is now available from CRAN. Get the latest version by running: install.packages("dplyr") There are four major new features: Four new high-level verbs: distinct(), slice(), rename(), and transmute(). Three new helper functions between, count(), and data_frame(). More flexible join specifications. Support for row-based set operations. There are two

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Starting a GIS Investigation with R

October 13, 2014
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Starting a GIS Investigation with R

By Jian Li – Consultant, Shanghai. Geographical data is becoming increasingly important in understanding how we can predict and influence our impact on the world. Data on the location of individuals (be they migrating animals, humans stuck in traffic, or … Continue reading →

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An Intro to Models and Generalized Linear Models in R

October 13, 2014
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An Intro to Models and Generalized Linear Models in R

By Chris Campbell – Senior Consultant, UK. For many types of data, we have made a measurement of some variable that looks normally distributed. The middle value is the most likely, most values are similar to the middle value, and a … Continue reading →

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Tuning LaplacesDemon

October 12, 2014
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Tuning LaplacesDemon

I was continuing with my Bayesian algorithms in R exercise. For these exercises I port SAS PROC MCMC examples to the various R solutions. However, the next example was logit model and that's just too simple, especially after last week's Jacobian for th...

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When to Use Stacked Barcharts?

October 11, 2014
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When to Use Stacked Barcharts?

Yesterday a few of us on Facebook’s Data Science Team released a blogpost showing how candidates are campaigning on Facebook in the 2014 U.S. midterm elections. It was picked up in the Washington Post, in which Reid Wilson calls us “data … Continue reading →

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