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Napa Valley wine tasting map: interactive version

July 12, 2012
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Napa Valley wine tasting map: interactive version

Got some great reactions to the Napa Valley wine tasting map made with the ggmap package I posted on Monday. A couple of people asked if similar maps could be made for other wine regions (like Australia's Hunter Valley, or the Walla Walla region in Washington): provided you have a list of winery addresses, tweaks to the same R...

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Applying a function successively in R

July 3, 2012
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Applying a function successively in R

At the R in Finance conference Paul Teetor gave a fantastic talk about Fast(er) R Code. Paul mentioned the common higher-order function Reduce, which I hadn't used before. Reduce allows me to apply a function successively over a vector. What does that...

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SYTYCD — where are these terrific dancers come from?

June 29, 2012
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It’s Saturday midnight and I’m already sleepy. However, after several hours, I finally got this google geographic map embedded in my post. Aha!!! This is about 20 finalists from the 9th season of So You Think You Can Dance. I count the states … Continue reading →

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eoda publishes interactiveGGPLOT – interactive graphics with ggplot2

June 22, 2012
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One of Rs great strengths compared to other statistic solutions or programming languages ​​is the amount of possibilities for creating well-designed publication-quality plots. Almost all plot types can be created with any amount of fine tuning. R works on small data sets as well as on big data. In addition to Rs base-graphics various add-on

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Facts About R Packages (2)

June 6, 2012
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R Packages All Well maintained? There are so many R packages, can they all be trusted? or are they well maintained? To answer this question, we just need to take a look of their archive histories. If a package has many versions, we can take that as the authors spent a lot of time to make their packages perfect, these...

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Facts About R Packages (1)

June 6, 2012
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R Packages growth Curve Why R is so popular? There are a lot of reasons, such as: easy to learn and convenient to use, active community, open source, etc. Another important reason is the numerous contributed packages. Up to yesterday, there are 3854 R packages on CRAN. The following figure shows the growth curve of R package:

Announcing RPubs: A New Web Publishing Service for R

June 4, 2012
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Announcing RPubs: A New Web Publishing Service for R

Today we’re very excited to announce RPubs, a free service that makes it easy to publish documents to the web from R. RPubs is a quick and easy way to disseminate data analysis and R code and do ad-hoc collaboration with peers. RPubs documents are based on R Markdown, a new feature of knitr 0.5 and RStudio 0.96. To publish

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NYC Meetup: What’s Next for R Markdown

May 24, 2012
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NYC Meetup: What’s Next for R Markdown

There’s been lots of excitement about the new R Markdown feature introduced as part of knitr 0.5 and RStudio 0.96. People see R Markdown as both a simpler way to do reproducible research and as a great way to publish to the web from R. Jeromy Anglim has a nice write up on getting started with

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CambR and other upcoming events

May 21, 2012
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CambR and other upcoming events

New events CambR (Cambridge UK R user group) 2012 May 29 6:30 PM for 7:00 PM start. Pat Burns “Inferno-ish R” Abstract: While R is wonderful, it is not uniformly wonderful. We highlight a few things generally found to be confusing, and outline the forces that have driven such imperfections. Markus Gesmann “Interactive charts with … Continue reading...

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