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Fair weather fans? (An R scatter plot matrix)

July 18, 2013
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Fair weather fans? (An R scatter plot matrix)

(This article was first published on Bayes Ball, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) The Victoria HarbourCats are roughly half way through their inaugural season in the West Coast League, and currently lead the league in average attendance.  In a recent conversation with one of the team's staff, he mentioned that after the first game in early June, the fans...

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Lilac Bloomsday Run in Graphs

July 17, 2013
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Lilac Bloomsday Run in Graphs

The Lilac Bloomsday Run is a 7.46 miles (12 kms) race held annually in Spokane, Washington. The run was started in 1977 by Don Kardong and it saw 51,613 people register for it in 2013. In this post, I use R to collect data from their website, clean and...

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Futile.logger 1.3.3 available on CRAN

July 17, 2013
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Futile.logger 1.3.3 available on CRAN

The latest version of futile.logger, which I previewed back in May is now on CRAN. Thanks to Kirill Müller, the documentation …Continue reading »

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Figuring out which Simpsons character is speaking

July 17, 2013
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Figuring out which Simpsons character is speaking

You probably have a favorite Simpsons character. Maybe you hope to someday block out the sun, Mr. Burns style, maybe you enjoy Homer’s skill in averting meltdowns, or maybe you identify with Lisa’s struggles for acceptance. Through its ch...

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Figuring out which Simpsons character is speaking

July 17, 2013
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Figuring out which Simpsons character is speaking

Update: you can find the next post in this series here. You probably have a favorite Simpsons character. Maybe you hope to someday block out the sun, Mr. Burns style, maybe you enjoy Homer's skill in averting meltdowns, or maybe you identify with Lisa's struggles for acceptance. Through its characters, the Simpsons made a huge impact on...

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Figuring out which Simpsons character is speaking

July 17, 2013
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Figuring out which Simpsons character is speaking

Update: you can find the next post in this series here. You probably have a favorite Simpsons character. Maybe you hope to someday block out the sun, Mr. Burns style, maybe you enjoy Homer's skill in averting meltdowns, or maybe you identify with Lisa's struggles for acceptance. Through its characters, the Simpsons made a huge impact on...

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Exploring Networks with Sankey

July 16, 2013
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Exploring Networks with Sankey

Motivated by a tweet from Tony Hirst (http://blog.ouseful.info/), I started experimenting with an rCharts implementation of the d3 sankey plugin.  While I was putting together examples, I found lots of gaps in my knowledge of sankeys and network a...

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ngramr – an R package for Google Ngrams

July 16, 2013
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ngramr – an R package for Google Ngrams

The recent post How common are common words? made use of unusually explicit language for the Stubborn Mule. As expected, a number of email subscribers reported that the post fell foul of their email filters. Here I will return to the topic of n-grams, while keeping the language cleaner, and describe the R package I developed

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Revolution Newsletter: July 2013

July 15, 2013
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The most recent edition of the Revolution Newsletter came out a couple of weeks ago. In case you missed it, the news section is below, and you can read the full July edition (with highlights from this blog and community events) online. You can subscribe to the Revolution Newsletter to get it monthly via email. Let’s Be Quick About...

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Getting Started with Reproducible Research: A chapter from my new book

July 15, 2013
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Getting Started with Reproducible Research: A chapter from my new book

(This article was first published on Christopher Gandrud (간드루드 크리스토파), and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) This is an abridged excerpt from Chapter 2 of my new book Reproducible Research with R and RStudio. It's published by Chapman & Hall/CRC Press. You can purchase it on Amazon. "Search inside this book" includes a complete table of contents. Researchers often start...

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