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Creating Colorblind-Friendly Figures

October 16, 2013
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Creating Colorblind-Friendly Figures

Color is often used to display an extra dimension in plots of scientific data. Unfortunately, everyone does not decode color in exactly the same way. This is especially true for those with color vision deficiency, which affects up to 8 percent of the population in its two most common forms. As a result, it has been estimated that the...

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Science at the speed of ligth

October 15, 2013
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Science at the speed of ligth

May be is not going that fast, but at the speed of R at least. And R is pretty quick. This has pros and cons. I think that understanding the drawbacks is key to maximize the good things of speed, … Continue reading →

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UK House Prices vs. Household Incomes

October 13, 2013
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UK House Prices vs. Household Incomes

There seems nothing the British press likes more than a good house price story. Both the OECD and 'The Economist' studies quoted in The Telegraph recently use the house price to household income ratio as a consideration of affordability and sustainabil...

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Fearsome Engines Part 3: Which one should you use?

October 13, 2013
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Fearsome Engines Part 3: Which one should you use?

There are lots of R engines emerging! I’ve interviewed members of each of the teams involved in these projects. In part 1 of this series, we covered the motivation of each project. Part 2 looked at the technical achievements and new features. This part tries to determine which projects are suitable for which users. Compatibility

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elliplot 1.1.1 package is now available at CRAN

October 11, 2013
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elliplot 1.1.1 package is now available at CRAN

A good news is that the elliplot 1.1.1 is listed at CRAN. Now the procedure to install is simple for Windows users. install.packages('elliplot') library(elliplot) ellipseplot(1:9) The above is the simplest … Continue reading →

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That’s Smooth

October 10, 2013
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That’s Smooth

I had someone ask me the other day how to take a scatterplot and draw something other than a straight line through the graph using Excel.  Yes, it can be done in Excel and it’s really quite simple, but there are some limitations when using the stock Excel dialog screens. So it is probably in

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R in Raw

October 8, 2013
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This nice little tool Raw from DensityDesign transforms text from your clipboard to d3.  For those yearning to access Raw from R, here is an easy way to do it. Use this function read.excel from StatisticallySignificant’s post Copying Data from Excel to R and Back.  Once you run the function, your data will be copied...

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analyze the panel study of income dynamics (psid) with r

October 7, 2013
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the panel study of income dynamics (psid) is a one-trick pony.  better than anything else out there, this survey allows you to answer the question, "where are they now?"  after tracking the same nationally-representative cohort of americans (...

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Simplicity Explained by The Author

October 4, 2013
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Simplicity Explained by The Author

Source is usually best explained by the source.  Ramnath Vaidyanathan provides an excellent look under the hood in his tutorial on rCharts explaining how he integrates the new d3 library uvCharts. If you want to explore further, here is a list of...

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Nice tutorials to discover R

September 28, 2013
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A series of tutorials, in R, by Anthony Damico. As claimed on http://twotorials.com/, “how to do stuff in r. two minutes or less, for those of us who prefer to learn by watching and listening“. So far, 000 what is r? the lingua statistica, s’il vous plaît 001 how to download and install r 002 simple shortcuts for the windows r...

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