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WrightMap 1.1 Ancillary Antelope Released

April 12, 2014
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WrightMap 1.1 Ancillary Antelope Released

The new version of WrightMap (Ancillary Antelope) is now available on CRAN. Remember that you can visit the package tutorials on our website. This new version includes: - New function to create fit graphs like the example below. - Parameter conversion: Function for calculating Thurstonian thresholds from Master’s deltas. - New examples. - Added axis range controls. - Made histogram...

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Heatmap of Toronto Traffic Signals using RGoogleMaps

April 12, 2014
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Heatmap of Toronto Traffic Signals using RGoogleMaps

A little while back there was an article in blogTO about how a reddit user had used data from Toronto's Open Data initiative to produce a rather cool-looking map of all the locations of all the traffic signals here in the city.It's neat because as the author on blogTO notes, it is recognizable as Toronto...

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Mapping academic collaborations in Evolutionary Biology

Mapping academic collaborations in Evolutionary Biology

Mapping academic collaborations in Evolutionary Biology This post is a repubication of a visualisation I did in 2011 for my (now defunct) datajujitsu.co.uk blog. It was a naive first attempt at web-scraping from an academic publishers website. It was done before I was aware of the problems surrounding access to, and text-mining of, online academic content hosted by...

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Stata Fully Mapped into R

April 1, 2014
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Stata Fully Mapped into R

Hello all of you Stata loving statistical analysts out there!  I have great news.  I am finally nearly done with the package I have been working on which provides the mechanism for Stata users to seamlessly move from Stata to R though use of ...

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Mapping the March 2014 California Earthquake with ggmap

April 1, 2014
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Mapping the March 2014 California Earthquake with ggmap

I had no intention to blog this, but @jayjacobs convinced me otherwise. I was curious about the recent (end of March, 2014) California earthquake “storm” and did a quick plot for “fun” and personal use using ggmap/ggplot. I used data from the Southern California Earthquake Center (that I cleaned up a bit and that you

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Wright Map Tutorial – Part 3

March 25, 2014
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Wright Map Tutorial – Part 3

In this part of the tutorial, we’ll show how to load ConQuest output to make a CQmodel object and then WrightMaps. We’ll also show how to turn deltas into thresholds. All the example files here are available in the /inst/extdata folder of the github. If you download the latest version of the package, they should be in a folder...

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WrightMap Tutorial – Part 2

March 24, 2014
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WrightMap Tutorial – Part 2

Plotting Multidimensional & Polytomous Models Remember: you can find the other parts of the tutorial here: Part 1: Plotting Unidimensional Dichotomous Models Part 3: Using Conquest Output & Making Thresholds Multidimensional models In Part 1, we reviewed how to install the package from GitHub and how to customize unidimensional and dichotomous models. Now in Part 2, we’ll look at graphing some...

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Experimenting With R – Point to Point Mapping With Great Circles

March 24, 2014
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Experimenting With R – Point to Point Mapping With Great Circles

I’ve started doodling again… This time, around maps, looking for recipes that make life easier plotting lines to connect points on maps. The most attractive maps seem to use great circles to connect one point with another, these providing the shortest path between two points when you consider the Earth as a sphere. Here’s one

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Seamless analytical environment by WDI, dplyr, and rMaps

March 22, 2014
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Recently I found that My R Guru @ramnath_vaidya is developping a new visualization package rMaps. I was so excited when I saw it for the first time and I think that it's really awesome for plotting any data on a map....

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Updates on Interactive rCrimemap, rBlocks … and the Packt offer!

March 21, 2014
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Updates on Interactive rCrimemap, rBlocks … and the Packt offer!

Testing rCrimemap as a Self-Contained Web Page I've been learning more about rMaps and rCharts since the LondonR meeting. There are many amazing things you can do with rCharts but it does take time to learn all the tweaks. For example, I just discovered that the rMaps objects (like other rCharts ojects) can be...

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