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Portable, personal packages

Portable, personal packages ProgrammingR had an interesting post recently about keeping a set of R functions that are used often as a gist on Github, and sourceing that file at the beginning of R analysis scripts. There is nothing inherently wrong with this, but it does end up cluttering the user workspace, and there is no...

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Generating your own normal distribution table

October 15, 2013
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Generating your own normal distribution table

It might sounds incredibly old fashion, but for my the exam for the ACT2121 probability course (to prepare for the exam P of the Society of Actuaries), I will provide a standard normal distribution table. The problem is that it is never the one we’re looking for (sometimes it is the survival function, sometimes it is the cumulative distribution function,...

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Science at the speed of ligth

October 15, 2013
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Science at the speed of ligth

May be is not going that fast, but at the speed of R at least. And R is pretty quick. This has pros and cons. I think that understanding the drawbacks is key to maximize the good things of speed, … Continue reading →

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R: Mapping Typhoon Labuyo (Utor) Track

October 14, 2013
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R: Mapping Typhoon Labuyo (Utor) Track

Inspired by James Cheshire R maps, I tried mapping the track of Typhoon Labuyo (Utor) that by far the strongest one to hit Philippines this year. The data is available at Japan Meteorological Agency site, the 2013 - RSMC Best Track data. The code is av...

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Portable, personal packages

Portable, personal packages ProgrammingR had an interesting post recently about keeping a set of R functions that are used often as a gist on Github, and sourceing that file at the beginning of R analysis scripts. There is nothing inherently wrong with this, but it does end up cluttering the user workspace, and there is no...

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Interactive 3D in Shiny (shinyRGL)

October 13, 2013
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shinyGL

The rgl package has been used to produce rich, interactive 3D graphics within R using the OpenGL framework for some time. The rgl authors also added the ability to export to WebGL, allowing R authors to produce interactive 3D graphics that were accessible from within any modern web browser. This functionality can now be leveraged

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Interactive 3D in Shiny (shinyRGL)

October 13, 2013
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The rgl package has been used to produce rich, interactive 3D graphics within R using the OpenGL framework for some time. The rgl authors also added the ability to export to WebGL, allowing R authors to produce interactive 3D graphics that were accessible from within any modern web browser. This functionality can now be leveraged

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UK House Prices vs. Household Incomes

October 13, 2013
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UK House Prices vs. Household Incomes

There seems nothing the British press likes more than a good house price story. Both the OECD and 'The Economist' studies quoted in The Telegraph recently use the house price to household income ratio as a consideration of affordability and sustainabil...

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Batch Geocoding with R and Google maps

October 12, 2013
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Batch Geocoding with R and Google maps

I’ve recently wanted to geocode a large number of addresses (think circa 60k) in Ireland as part of a visualisation of the Irish property market. Geocoding can be simply achieved in R using the geocode() function from the ggmap library. The geocode function uses Googles Geocoding API to turn addresses from text to latitude and

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Batch Geocoding with R and Google maps

October 12, 2013
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Batch Geocoding with R and Google maps

I’ve recently wanted to geocode a large number of addresses (think circa 60k) in Ireland as part of a visualisation of the Irish property market. Geocoding can be simply achieved in R using the geocode() function from the ggmap library. The geocode function uses Googles Geocoding API to turn addresses from text to latitude and

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