296 search results for "animation"

Add an animated R plot to your LaTeX document

October 10, 2010
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Add an animated R plot to your LaTeX document

It is possible to animate a R plot and this plot can also be exported to a LaTeX document with all its animations intact. Adding this animated plot to a PowerPoint slide or save it as a flash movie file (that you can upload to YouTube) is also possible. In this article I will try to show how these...

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ICOADS

October 3, 2010
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ICOADS

Just a short update on ICOADS. I started out an ICOADS project with grand plan to reprocess the observation files into a “raster” format. That ends up being a really big job. Along the way I had to learn a new package Rcurl and relearn some old Unix skills for compiling RCurl. Along the way

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Mandelbrot Set, evolved

September 30, 2010
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Mandelbrot Set, evolved

The Mandelbrot Set is perhaps the most famous fractal of all time. It's simple in its definition: iterate the complex equation zn+1 = zn2 + c (starting with z0 = 0) for various values of c, and if doesn't go to infinity then c is part of the Mandelbrot Set. The result, however, is amazingly complex. Thinking of c...

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Moshtemp 5.1

September 29, 2010
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Moshtemp 5.1

Time for another dump of the entire package. Get the zip file 5.1 in the box to the right. ( shortly). unzip and run the following files if you havent already: 1. downloadall.R 2. setup.R If you are running for the first time, You’ll note I added diagnostics. Sometimes the files get corrupted on download

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Cooling stations. A UHI Hint

September 29, 2010
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Cooling stations. A UHI Hint

Update: google earth files in the box: Personally I like to look at things backwards. Why are cool sites cool? So download the kml or kmz file and you can tour 62 sites: All with 90 years of data or more. All with a cooling trend. And all “supposedly” urban. what do you see at

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In case you missed it: August Roundup

September 20, 2010
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from August of particular interest to R users. We noted that R had a key role in the US government's reaction to the BP oil spill, as related by the Statistical Engineering division chief at NIST. We linked to an example of creating an animation in Google Earth based on...

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R syntax highlighting for bloggers on WordPress.com

September 20, 2010
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R syntax highlighting for bloggers on WordPress.com

Announcing the ability to highlight R syntax in WordPress.com blogs, thanks to the recent work of Yihui Xie, Yoav Farhi and Andrew Redd.

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Three dimensional plots using rgl package

September 15, 2010
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Three dimensional plots using rgl package

We all know that R can do amazing things including 3 dimensional plots. scatterplot3d is probably the most popular package for doing this. But a few days ago I got introduced with rgl package which can do 3 dimensional graphs with some added advantages like we can rotate the plot using mouse, zoom in or out using the mouse...

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Three dimensional plots using rgl package

September 15, 2010
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Three dimensional plots using rgl package

We all know that R can do amazing things including 3 dimensional plots. scatterplot3d is probably the most popular package for doing this. But a few days ago I got introduced with rgl package which can do 3 dimensional graphs with some added advantages like we can rotate the plot using mouse, zoom in or out using the mouse...

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Because it’s Friday: How Machines Work

August 27, 2010
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Because it’s Friday: How Machines Work

Ever wondered how a sewing machine seemingly manages to knot stitches without ever releasing the thread? Well, wonder no more: Find this and other animations of marvels of engineering, including the universal velocity joint and the rotary engine, at the link below. World Of Technology: Complicated Mechanisms Explained in simple animations (via) http://mytechnologyworld9.blogspot.com/2010/08/complicated-mechanisms-explained-in.html

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