2140 search results for "ggplot2"

A nifty area plot (or a bootleg of a ggplot geom)

September 17, 2013
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A nifty area plot (or a bootleg of a ggplot geom)

The ideas for most of my blogs usually come from half-baked attempts to create some neat or useful feature that hasn’t been implemented in R. These ideas might come from some analysis I’ve used in my own research or from some other creation meant to save time. More often than not, my blogs are motivated

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Using planel.groups in lattice

September 17, 2013
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Using planel.groups in lattice

Last Tuesday I attended the LondonR user group meeting, where Rich and Andy from Mango argued about the better package for multivariate graphics with R: lattice vs. ggplot2. As part of their talk they had a little competition in visualising London Unde...

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BCEA in UseR!

September 13, 2013
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BCEA in UseR!

In a recent post, I had hinted at big news for BCEA $-$ I thought it was pretty much a done deal, but because it wasn't yet set in stone, I didn't want to jinx it...But now I've sorted all the details with Springer, who have asked me to write a book on the...

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Why use R for Data Analysis?

September 11, 2013
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This was a presentation made to few of my colleagues. The idea was to provide a brief introduction to R, provide few reasons for my switching to it, and give some samples of graphics/interactive visualizations that could be created with minimal coding....

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Blog Logo

September 11, 2013
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Blog Logo

Welcome to my new website/blog. I am aiming to highlight some of the R packages that I have created. You can see a list of all the R packages I have in development and also see the source code on github here: R packages. In addition, I'll likely talk about various topics with statistics, teaching,...

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eoda offers courses for data visualization and graphics with R

September 9, 2013
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eoda offers courses for data visualization and graphics with R

Graphic modeling can be nerve-stretching and stressful. eoda’s R academy will help you to manage and facilitate your work concerning graphic modeling as there are multiple possibilities to visualize contents appealingly. R provides features to create several kinds of graphics like boxplots, histograms, or scatterplots. The following graphics shall demonstrate different possibilities of data visualization

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Rforecastio – Simple R Package To Access forecast.io Weather Data

September 8, 2013
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Rforecastio – Simple R Package To Access forecast.io Weather Data

It doesn’t get much better for me than when I can combine R and weather data in new ways. I’ve got something brewing with my Nest thermostat and needed to get some current wx readings plus forecast data. I could have chosen a number of different sources or API’s but I wanted to play with

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The Problem with Percentiles

September 8, 2013
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The Problem with Percentiles

The Problem with Percentiles Percentiles (or, more accurately, quantiles) are deeply embedded in the psyche of actuaries, statisticians and similar beasts. They are referred to implicitly in the Solvency 2 directive (Article 100, Value at Risk) without explanation. They are so ingrained...

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ThinkNum – A new interactive public database and graphing tool!

September 5, 2013
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ThinkNum – A new interactive public database and graphing tool!

Thinknum.com is a new free data service similar to Quandl.com in that they organize and list publicly available data sets.  Currently they are using data from 2,000 data sources which sounds good compared with Quandl's 400+ source.  Overall, ...

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Text Mining the Complete Works of William Shakespeare

September 5, 2013
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Text Mining the Complete Works of William Shakespeare

I am starting a new project that will require some serious text mining. So, in the interests of bringing myself up to speed on the tm package, I thought I would apply it to the Complete Works of William Shakespeare and just see what falls out. The first order of business was getting my hands

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