# 4090 search results for "git"

## El Nino and ggplot2

January 21, 2013
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Some days ago i've got stucked in what appears to be a simple task: read some El Nino data, and then plot it. The problem was the data file format, which you can find here: El Nino Data. There's a mix between 'white space' and '.' characters, so read....

## Unemployment

January 20, 2013
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I want to exercise a bit more with ggplot2 and there is always data to be gotten from Eurostat which is interesting. In Netherlands the statistics agency (CBS) brought these headlines (translated with http://translate.google.nl/):Unemployment...

## Loss reserving has a new, silly name

January 18, 2013
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I started using Git some time ago, but mostly for local work files. Today, I finally sync’ed up a repository for loss reserving analysis. It may be found here: https://github.com/PirateGrunt/MRMR MRMR stands for Multivariate Regression Model for Reserves. When pronounced “Mister Mister” it also sounds like a thankfully forgotten American soft pop band from the

January 18, 2013
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Using R snippets written by other developers can be unendingly maddening.  There are a variety of reasons for this, most of which boil down to a simple issue: most code is written such that a system must be configured in … Continue reading →

## Visually Comparing Return Distributions

January 18, 2013
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Here is a spot of code to create a series of small multiples for comparing return distributions. You may have spotted this in a presentation I posted about earlier, but I’ve been using it here and there and am finally satisfied that it is a generally useful view, so I functionalized it. When visually comparing

## Dynamically annotate graphs with Shiny

January 18, 2013
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Below I present a simple way to automatically annotate plots through Shiny It occurred to me that labeling plots should be really easy to do with R-studio's swanky 'Shiny' add on. To test this I gathered some time series data from Wikipedia, added opt...

## Power Calculations – relationship between test power, effect size and sample size

January 17, 2013
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I was interested in modeling the relationship between the power and sample size, while holding the significance level constant (p = 0.05) , for the common two-sample t-Test. Luckily R has great support for power analysis and I found the function I was looking for in the package pwr. To calculate the power for the two-sample T-test

## SHODAN API in R (With Examples)

January 17, 2013
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Folks may debate the merits of the SHODAN tool, but in my opinion it’s a valuable resource, especially if used for “good”. What is SHODAN? I think ThreatPost summed it up nicely: “Shodan is a Web based search engine that discovers Internet facing computers, including desktops, servers and routers. The engine, created by programmer John

## Calculating a Gini Coefficients for a Number of Locales at Once in R

January 17, 2013
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The Gini coefficient is a measure of the inequality of a distribution, most commonly used to compare inequality in income or wealth among countries.Let's first generate some random data to analyze. You can download my random data or use the code below ...