293 search results for "animation"

Why use R? Five reasons.

March 27, 2014
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Why use R? Five reasons.

In this post I will go through 5 reasons: zero cost, crazy popularity, awesome power, dazzling flexibility, and mind-blowing support. I believe R is the best statistical programming language to learn. As a blogger who has contributed over 150 posts in Stata and over 100 in R I have extensive experience with both a proprietary statistical programming language...

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Going viral with R’s igraph package

March 23, 2014
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Going viral with R’s igraph package

R's igraph package provides a simple and flexible set of utilities for working with graphs.  In this post, we'll use this package to animate the simulated spread of a disease through a network. Graphs A graph is just a collection of nodes joined by edges: require(igraph)# Specify an undirected graph by hand, using...

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The #rBlocks Experiments

March 19, 2014
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The #rBlocks Experiments

What's this ? Where should I start? OK, the story goes like this ... rBlocks: A port of #ipythonblocks to #rstats http://t.co/iMMRPCxQIN @simplystats @gvwilson @hadleywickham...

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Text Mining Gun Deaths Data

March 13, 2014
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Text Mining Gun Deaths Data

In this post I will explore public data being collected by Slate.  I previously released code using a much early set of this data demonstrating how to turn this data into an animated map.This data began collection as a public response to the horri...

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Slidify my R journey from @matlabulous to rCrimemap

March 12, 2014
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Slidify my R journey from @matlabulous to rCrimemap

My LondonR Talk Thanks to Mango Solutions (LondonR organiser), I was given the opportunity last night to talk about my mini project ‘CrimeMap’. Instead of going through all the technical details behind the scenes, I chose to talk the audience through my R journey from a noob to a heavy user. CrimeMap was used as a...

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Upcoming NYC R Programming Classes

March 10, 2014
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Upcoming NYC R Programming Classes

It is our pleasure to once again offer the intensive R beginner level course for the third time! Beginning this Sunday, the 35 hour course will walk you through the basic operations and characteristics of R, all the way to having a firm understanding of data manipulation and visualization. Also launching this weekend are two... Read more »

R: Fun with surf3D function

February 19, 2014
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R: Fun with surf3D function

There is one package that I've been longing. A package that will give me the power to manipulate and do any 3D stuffs in R. I tried persp and wireframe, but I find them difficult to use especially on complicated mathematical functions, like doing param...

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World tourism and country expenditure

February 13, 2014
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World tourism and country expenditure

I’ve recently come across the https://www.undata-api.org/ website, which makes available all the great data that has been gathered by the UN. There’s literally a thousand different datasets one could analyze, and I intend on doing just that, but for some reason I opted to look at some of the world tourism data they have collected.

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3D Plots in R

February 13, 2014
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3D Plots in R

by Joseph Rickert Recently, I was trying to remember how to make a 3D scatter plot in R when it occurred to me that the documentation on how to do this is scattered all over the place. Hence, this short organizational note that you may find useful. First of all, for the benefit of newcomers, I should mention that...

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R: Animating 2D and 3D plots

February 13, 2014
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R: Animating 2D and 3D plots

One great package in R is the animation made by Yihui Xie. And just for fun, we are going to explore that. Our aim is to create simple animated 2D and 3D plots. Here is the first one, 2D of courseThe code,It's a piece of cake right? The function we use...

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