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NFL Code on Github

January 2, 2013
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NFL Code on Github

I’ve made some revisions and simplifications to the code to compile NFL data. It’s now all out on Github for anyone to play with in advance of the Superbowl. In the meantime, here’s a lovely picture comparing every team’s offense- as measured by total offensive yards- against their defenders. Note the anemic Chicago offense. https://github.com/PirateGrunt/NFL

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Fractional Logit Model with Python

December 16, 2012
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Fractional Logit Model with Python

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Using (R) Markdown, Jekyll, & GitHub for a Website

December 10, 2012
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IntroductionMarkdown has been growing in popularity for writing documents on the web. With the introduction of R Markdown (see also Jeromy Anglim’s post on getting started with R Markdown) and knitr, R Markdown has simplified the publishing of R analysis on the web. I recently converted my website from Wordpress to Jekyll. Jekyll...

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Video: SimpleR tricks and tools: Help, debugging, git, LaTeX, and workflow with R by Prof Rob Hyndman

November 21, 2012
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Video: SimpleR tricks and tools: Help, debugging, git, LaTeX, and workflow with R by Prof Rob Hyndman

This post shares the video from a talk presented on 20th November 2012 by Professor Rob Hyndman at Melbourne R Users. The talk provides an introduction to: Getting R help Debugging R functions R style guides Making good use of … Continue reading →

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‘Sandy’ Code Up On Github

October 29, 2012
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‘Sandy’ Code Up On Github

UPDATE: As indicated in the code comments, Google took down the cone KML files. I’ll be changing the code to use the NHC archived cone files later tonight I will (most likely) not be littering the blog with any more updates to the ‘Sandy’ code unless they are really significant. You can follow along at

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R amongst most popular languages, according to GitHub/StackOverflow data

October 10, 2012
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R amongst most popular languages, according to GitHub/StackOverflow data

Data Scientist Drew Conway tackles the problem of deciding which programming languages are the most popular in an interesting way: by comparing the number of projects tagged in GitHub with each language, and the number of questions in StackOverflow about the language. The former is a measure of how often a language is used (though, mainly for open source...

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Git Error when pushing with a large file

October 9, 2012
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Quick Note: I had an error recently where RStudio nor EGit nor the command line would push my repo to github.  I can't remember the exact error, although after some googling I found this SO answer that solved it git config http.postBuffer 52428800...

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Browse the in-development R sources at GitHub

September 28, 2012
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As an open-source project, the R source code has always been available to download from the R-project website. You can find source code for the latest released version here, and for the changing-daily new version in progress (R-devel) here. But if you don't have the R sources handy, and just want to check on the contents of a file...

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The essence of a handwritten digit

August 13, 2012
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The essence of a handwritten digit

If you haven’t yet discovered the competitive machine learning site kaggle.com, please do so now. I’ll wait. Great – so, you checked it out, fell in love and have made it back. I recently downloaded the data for the getting started competition. It consists of 42000 labelled images (28×28) of hand written digits 0-9. The

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Visualize a random forest that classifies digits

August 5, 2012
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Visualize a random forest that classifies digits

My last post uses random forest proximity to visualize a set of diamond shapes (the random forest is trained to distinguish diamonds from non-diamonds).This time I looked at the digits data set that Kaggle is using as the basis of a competition for "ge...

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