393 search results for "Knitr"

Thanks to our guest bloggers

September 25, 2012
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Thanks to our guest bloggers

I'm back from a very relaxing holiday in Australia. Many thanks to our guest bloggers for filling in over the last couple of weeks with some great information about R while I was away. If you missed any of the posts, be sure to check them out: Douglas McNair, "Population health management with RevoScaleR" Yihui Xie, "Integrate data and...

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Popularity indicator, with images (NFL)

September 23, 2012
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Popularity indicator, with images (NFL)

It’s Friday night, there’s nothing good on TV, mmm conditions are perfect for shaggin about in R. So I’m an NFL fan, and (shameless plug) avid fan of this NFL podcast. They run their own pickem league which unless users … Continue reading →

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KLEMS (1)

September 22, 2012
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This post is actually a homework I did. The data file contains input use, output, quantities, costs, and prices for total U.S. nondurable manufacturing for 1949-2001.The data are defined as follows:, , , , = Inputs corresponding to capital, labor, energy, materials, and purchased services, = represents total output, = respective quantity indexes, ...

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Simple plot with text boxes

September 21, 2012
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Simple plot with text boxes

Was doing a little presentation to our research group and had to explain the difficulties of ‘collapsing’ longitudinal data into a single measure when the Y var is quite variable. For the particular Y var of interest, it represents burden … Continue reading →

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Vertnet – getting vertebrate museum record data and a quick map

September 19, 2012
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Vertnet – getting vertebrate museum record data and a quick map

We (rOpenSci) started a repo to wrap the API for VertNet, an open access online database of vertebrate specimen records across many collection holders. Find the open source code here - please contribute if you are so inclined. We had a great Google Su...

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Getting data from figures in published papers

September 18, 2012
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Getting data from figures in published papers

The problem:There are a lot of figures in published papers in the scholarly literature, like the below, from (Attwood et. al. 2012)):At some point, a scientist wants to ask a question for which they can synthesize the knowledge on that question b...

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Using R in Insurance at GIRO 2012

September 17, 2012
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Using R in Insurance at GIRO 2012

Every year the UK’s general insurance actuarial community organises a big conference, which they call GIRO, short for General Insurance Research Organising committee.This year's conference is in Brussels from 18 - 21 September 2012. Despite the fac...

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Olimpic predictions – from an R web service provider’s point of view

September 17, 2012
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Olimpic predictions – from an R web service provider’s point of view

Hello, world!Back in July we have read Markus Gesmann’s great blogpost about a prediction for the 100m final in London. Soon we decided to create similar estimates about the forthcoming events and started to post our results on Facebook.We would like to emphasise again that these kind of extrapolated estimates are rather just for fun and we also think...

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Scholarly metadata from R

September 17, 2012
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Metadata! Metadata is very cool. It's super hot right now - everybody is talking about it. Okay, maybe not everyone, but it's an important part of archiving scholarly work.We are working on a repo on GitHub rmetadata to be a one stop shop for quer...

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Online Questionnaire & Report Generation with Google Drive & R

September 17, 2012
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Here's how I did it in 3 easy steps: (1) Set up a form in Google Docs/Drive. (2) Choose "Actions" and "Embed in Website" to get the URL for the iframe and put it in a post, like below. Then, go to the spreadsheet view of the form on Google Docs/Drive a...

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