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analyze the area resource file (arf) with r

October 1, 2012
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the arf is fun to say out loud.  it's also a single county-level data table with about 6,000 variables, produced by the united states health services and resources administration (hrsa).  the file contains health information and statistics fo...

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Where in the world is R and RStudio

October 1, 2012
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Where in the world is R and RStudio

Using the web logs collected when users download RStudio, we’ve prepared the following two maps showing where RStudio is being used, over the whole globe and just within the continental USA. Obviously this data is somewhat biased, as it reflects the number of downloads of RStudio, rather than the number of users of R (which

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Working with Bipartite/Affiliation Network Data in R

September 30, 2012
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Working with Bipartite/Affiliation Network Data in R

Data can often be usefully conceptualized in terms affiliations between people (or other key data entities). It might be useful analyze common group membership, common purchasing decisions, or common patterns of behavior. This post introduces bipartite/affiliation network data and provides … Continue reading →

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Football, an ordinal model

September 30, 2012
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Football, an ordinal model

On September 19th, flo2speak remarked under a post that his/her experience is that ordinal models had better performance. That seems reason enough to try, so there we are. In examining this type of model it is found that more complex models can be...

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Plot R Data With googleVis

September 30, 2012
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Here is a little code snippet that shows how to do two things Use the Google Maps API to resolve place names into lat-long coordinate pairs. Plot R dataframes that contain lat-long data (for example from #1) onto Google Maps for quick visualization using the googleVis package.  The embedded map looks a little wonky here but it looks...

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Optimal seriation for your matrices

September 28, 2012
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Optimal seriation for your matrices

In our previous post, we used a quick-and-dirty method for ordering the axes on our heatmap. It has been pointed out to me that There is a Package for That (which is my nominee for a new slogan for R — not that it needs a slogan). seriation offe...

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rasterVis to the rescue

September 26, 2012
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rasterVis to the rescue

Programmers like Oscar Perpiñán Lamigueiro are the reason I love R!  Oscar is the maintainer of the rasterVis package and it in this post I’ll explain why it is must have package for anyone working with the raster package in R.  My latest project is focused on the NOAA’s Climate Reference Network. The details can

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Spatial segregation in cities – An explanation by a neural network model (Demographics & neural network)

September 25, 2012
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Spatial segregation in cities – An explanation by a neural network model (Demographics & neural network)

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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Next Kölner R User Meeting: 5 October 2012

September 25, 2012
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Next Kölner R User Meeting: 5 October 2012

The next Cologne R user group meeting is scheduled for 5 October 2012. All details and the agenda are available on the KölnRUG Meetup site. Please sign up if you would like to come along. Notes from the last Cologne R user group meeting are available ...

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