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Tracking US Sentiments Over Time In Wikileaks

June 18, 2012
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Tracking US Sentiments Over Time In Wikileaks

Introduction I recently posted about using the Wikileaks cable corpus to find word use patterns, both over time, and in secret cables vs unclassified cables. I received a lot of good suggestions for further topics to pursue with the corpus, and probably the most interesting was the idea to do sentiment analysis over time on a variety of...

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Tracking US Sentiments Over Time In Wikileaks

June 18, 2012
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Tracking US Sentiments Over Time In Wikileaks

Introduction I recently posted about using the Wikileaks cable corpus to find word use patterns, both over time, and in secret cables vs unclassified cables. I received a lot of good suggestions for further topics to pursue with the corpus, and probably the most interesting was the idea to do sentiment analysis over time on a variety of...

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Tracking US Sentiments Over Time In Wikileaks

June 18, 2012
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Tracking US Sentiments Over Time In Wikileaks

Introduction I recently posted about using the Wikileaks cable corpus to find word use patterns, both over time, and in secret cables vs unclassified cables. I received a lot of good suggestions for further topics to pursue with the corpus, and probably the most interesting was the idea to do sentiment analysis over time on a variety of...

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Negros Quake Animation in R

June 17, 2012
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Negros Quake Animation in R

Taken from a previous post in other website, maps below show the locations of epicenters and sequence of earthquakes that struck Negros last February 6, 2012. The bottom image is the animation these maps using animation package in R. Data was taken fr...

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Summary of community detection algorithms in igraph 0.6

June 17, 2012
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  Based on Launchpad traffic and mailing list responses, Gabor and Tamas will soon be releasing igraph 0.6.  In celebration, I’ll be publishing a number of helpful lists and tables I’ve put together to organize information about igraph.   In…Read more ›

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An exercise in R using local open data

June 17, 2012
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An exercise in R using local open data

Last week I went to the “Government Open Data Hack Day” (godhd on twitter) in Birmingham (UK), organised by Gavin Broughton and James Catell. The idea was to get hold of local open data and try and make use of … Continue reading →

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Using R in/for Governments

June 15, 2012
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Using R in/for Governments

Recently British government (by Office  of National Statistics: ONS) just published their version of R manual for analysis of the government survey. The links to PDF and MS word versions of the manual including the R syntax are as below. Note: The R syntax link is not working now. I am contacting the ONS, hope

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More on birthday probabilities

June 15, 2012
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More on birthday probabilities

Last week, Joe Rickert used R and four years of US Census data to create an image plot of the relative probabilities of being born on a given day of the year: Chris Mulligan also tackled this problem with R, but this time using 20 years of Census data from 1969 to 1988. Chris extracted the birthday frequencies using...

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Body Weight in the United States – Part 2, "Non Factors"

June 13, 2012
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Body Weight in the United States – Part 2, "Non Factors"

Sometimes the story isn't what is a trend, but rather what is not a trend. In this second installment about body weight in the U.S., listing what doesn't seem to be contributing factors will help narrow down what might actually be the p...

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Twitter unfollowers with R and Rook

Twitter unfollowers with R and Rook

In my last blog I'm following you in Twitter...are you following me back? I show you how to use the Twitter APIs to get a list of the people that you follow but doesn't follow you back.This time, I want to extend the tool as I installed the R...

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