2505 search results for "ggplot2"

Mapping every IPv4 address

September 15, 2014
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Mapping every IPv4 address

During July I was working with a commercial data source that provides extra data around IP addresses and it dawned on me: rather than pinging billions of IP addresses and creating map, I could create a map from all the geolocation data I had at my finger tips. At a high level I could answer “Where are all the IPv4 addresses worldwide?” But in...

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Departure of 2014 US Open Tennis Players

September 14, 2014
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Departure of 2014 US Open Tennis Players

This was generated using R and ggplot2. The code and details are coming soon. Departure of 2014 US Open Tennis Players was originally published by Vivek Patil at Adventures in Analytics and Visualization on September 15, 2014.

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R: k-Means Clustering on an Image

September 12, 2014
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R: k-Means Clustering on an Image

Enough with the theory we recently published, let's take a break and have fun on the application of Statistics used in Data Mining and Machine Learning, the k-Means Clustering.k-means clustering is a method of vector quantization, originally from signa...

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Princess Jasmine’s Trick

September 12, 2014
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Princess Jasmine’s Trick

I’m history! No, I’m mythology! Nah, I don’t care what I am; I’m free hee! (Genie, when he is released from the magical oil lamp by Aladdin) A long time ago, in a kingdom far away, lived a beautiful princess named Jasmine. There also lived a very rich and evil wizard named Jafar, who was

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UVA / Charlottesville R Meetup

September 11, 2014
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UVA / Charlottesville R Meetup

TL;DR? We started an R Users group, awesome community, huge turnout at first meeting, lots of potential.---I've sat through many hours of meetings where faculty lament the fact that their trainees (and the faculty themselves!) are woefully ill-prepared...

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Plotly: Here’s What You Can Do, One Year In

September 10, 2014
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Plotly: Here’s What You Can Do, One Year In

Plotly is now a year old. We wanted to update you on what you can do, and let you know how other folks are using Plotly. For example, NASA scientists and engineers track satellites with Plotly. Google Chrome ships a Plotly Chrome App for high school st...

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R version of “An exploratory technique for visualizing the distributions of 100 variables:”

September 10, 2014
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R version of “An exploratory technique for visualizing the distributions of 100 variables:”

Rick Wicklin (@RickWicklin) made a recent post to the SAS blog on An exploratory technique for visualizing the distributions of 100 variables. It’s a very succinct tutorial on both the power of boxplots and how to make them in SAS (of course). I’m not one to let R be “out-boxed”, so I threw together a

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jsonlite gets a triple mushroom boost!

September 5, 2014
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jsonlite gets a triple mushroom boost!

The jsonlite package is a JSON parser/generator optimized for the web. It implements a bidirectional mapping between JSON data and the most important R data types, which allows for converting objects to JSON and back without manual data restructuring. This is ideal for interacting with web APIs, or to build pipelines...

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Looking For Life

September 4, 2014
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Looking For Life

  Machines take me by surprise with great frequency (Alan Turing) Imagine a 8×8 grid in which cells can be alive (black colored) or empty (light gray colored): As with the One-dimensional Cellular Automata, the next state of a cell is a function of the states of the cell’s nearest neighbors (the only neighbors that

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Baseball: Probability of winning conditional on runs, hits, walks and errors

September 2, 2014
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Baseball: Probability of winning conditional on runs, hits, walks and errors

If a team scores X runs, what's the probability it will win the game? The post Baseball: Probability of winning conditional on runs, hits, walks and errors appeared first on Decision Science News.

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