289 search results for "animation"

Genetic algorithms: a simple R example

August 1, 2012
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Genetic algorithms: a simple R example

Genetic algorithm is a search heuristic. GAs can generate a vast number of possible model solutions and use these to evolve towards an approximation of the best solution of the model. Hereby it mimics evolution in nature. GA generates a population, the individuals in this population (often called chromosomes) have a given state. Once the population is generated, the state of these individuals is evaluated...

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Hi R and Axys, I’m d3.js “Nice to Meet You” (On the Iphone)

July 27, 2012
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Hi R and Axys, I’m d3.js “Nice to Meet You” (On the Iphone)

I am still definitely in the proof of concept stage, but as I progress I get more excited about the prospects of combining d3.js with R and Axys through Bryan Lewis’ really nice R websockets package (even nicer now that he has added the daemonize fun...

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googleVis — where did SYTYCD dancers come from?

July 21, 2012
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After watching 20 wonderful dancers of the 9th season of So You Think You Can Dance, I have presented a geomap of  the states where they are coming from (click here). Now, I am interested to this show’s history.  I’d like to re-draw the … Continue reading →

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Health Care Costs – Part 3, "Why You Are Paying More"

July 19, 2012
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Health Care Costs – Part 3, "Why You Are Paying More"

Malpractice - A Booming Industry? Perhaps authors Frank Sloan, Randall Bovbjerg and Penny Githens capture it best from their book Insuring Medical Malpractice: "If aging Doctor Kildare were to return to medical practice today, having been...

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Ben Schmid took ship’s log data (previously visualized in…

May 27, 2012
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Ben Schmid took ship’s log data (previously visualized in…

Ben Schmid took ship’s log data (previously visualized in static form on the the Spatial Analysis blog), and used ggplot and ffmpeg to animate the paths of individual voyages from 1750-1850. The images above come from the animation that combines all ...

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In case you missed it: April 2012 Roundup

May 10, 2012
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from April of particular interest to R users. Information Age published a feature article on R, describing how new graduates are driving adoption of R in industry. Bob Muenchen has updated his list of R package equivalents to SAS and SPSS procedures. A history of Data Science, including Bill Cleveland's...

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Making an Animated Heart GIF in R

May 5, 2012
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Messing around with animations, I created this toy example to make a growing outline of a heart in R. I have put it up as a gist on GitHub and embedded it below. It uses the animation and the ggplot2 packages--both of which make it incredibly simple to...

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Animating Schelling’s segregation model

April 29, 2012
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Animating Schelling’s segregation model

Recent blog post on Animations in R inspired me to write a code that generates animations of simulation model. For this task I have chosen Schelling's segregation model.Having written the code I have found that one year ago a similar code has been...

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Real Time Structural Break

April 27, 2012
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Real Time Structural Break

Yesterday as I played with bfast I kept thinking “Yes, but this is all in hindsight.  How can I potentially use this in a system?”  Fortunately, one of the fine authors very generously commented on my post Structural Breaks (Bull or Bear?...

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phyloseq: Reproducible interactive analysis of microbiome census data using R

April 26, 2012
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phyloseq: Reproducible interactive analysis of microbiome census data using R

Collaborative development of phyloseq on GitHub. Official stable release of phyloseq on Bioconductor. Advances in DNA sequencing technology have dramatically improved the scope and scale of culture-independent investigations into microbial communities. There are effective software tools available to process raw DNA … Continue reading →

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