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Cohort Analysis and LifeCycle Grids mixed segmentation with R

Cohort Analysis and LifeCycle Grids mixed segmentation with R

This is the third post about LifeCycle Grids. You can find the first post about the sense of LifeCycle Grids and A-Z process for creating and visualizing with R programming language here. Lastly, here is the second post about adding monetary metrics (customer lifetime value – CLV – and customer acquisition cost – CAC) to... Read More »

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Using R, Python, & Plotly With Tableau

April 1, 2015
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Using R, Python, & Plotly With Tableau

Andy Kriebel recently pointed out that Tableau dashboards let you export their underlying data. Using data frames in R or Python we can read data from Tableau. Then we can plot with Plotly’s Python and R APIs. The use case: collaborate and share data across languages and teams. Let’s try it out. The R code for this post is in an R Notebook; the Python code is in this IPython Notebook. One

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an example of drawing beast tree using ggtree

March 31, 2015
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an example of drawing beast tree using ggtree

FigTree is designed for viewing beast output as demonstrated by their example data: BEAST output is well supported by ggtree and it's easy to reproduce such a tree view. ggtree supports parsing beast output by read.beast function. We can visualize the tree directly by using ggtree function. Since this is a time scale tree, we can set the parameter time_scale...

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More Airline Crashes via the Hadleyverse

March 31, 2015
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I saw a fly-by #rstats mention of more airplane accident data on — of all places — LinkedIn (email) today which took me to a GitHub repo by @philjette. It seems there’s a web site (run by what seems to be a single human) that tracks plane crashes. Here’s a tweet from @philjette announcing it:

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Standardising Function Names in R

March 31, 2015
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Standardising Function Names in R

The renamer Package Tired of the disparate naming systems in R? Then this is the package for you. Installing the package The package is located in my drat. To install install.packages("renamer", repos="http://csgillespie.github.io/drat", type="source") or if you have drat installed drat::addRepo("csgillespie") install.packages("renamer", type="source") The source is available on my github page Example: The CamelCaseR If have an

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Standardising Function Names in R

March 31, 2015
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Standardising Function Names in R

The renamer Package Tired of the disparate naming systems in R? Then this is the package for you. Installing the package The package is located in my drat. To install install.packages("renamer", repos="http://csgillespie.github.io/drat", type="source") or if you have drat installed drat::addRepo("csgillespie") install.packages("renamer", type="source") The source is available on my github page Example: The CamelCaseR If have an

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an example of drawing beast tree using ggtree

March 31, 2015
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an example of drawing beast tree using ggtree

FigTree is designed for viewing beast output as demonstrated by their example data: BEAST output is well supported by ggtree and it’s easy to reproduce such a tree view. ggtree supports parsing beast output by read.beast function. We can visualize the tree directly by using ggtree function. Since this is a time scale tree, we can set the parameter mrsd to most...

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Student Performance Indicators

March 31, 2015
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Student Performance Indicators

Check out my: Portfolio Site Github LinkedIn Source: http://archive.ics.uci.edu/ml/datasets/Student+Performance This project is based upon two datasets of the academic performance of Portuguese students in two different

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rud.is » R 2015-03-30 13:32:08

March 30, 2015
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rud.is » R 2015-03-30 13:32:08

Over on The DO Loop, @RickWicklin does a nice job visualizing the causes of airline crashes in SAS using a mosaic plot. More often than not, I find mosaic plots can be a bit difficult to grok, but Rick’s use was spot on and I believe it shows the data pretty well, but I also

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Mapping Flows in R

March 30, 2015
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Mapping Flows in R

Last year I published the above graphic, which then got

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