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Introducing the healthvis R package – one line D3 graphics with R

April 2, 2013
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We have been a little slow on the posting for the last couple of months here at Simply Stats. That’s bad news for the blog, but good news for our research programs! Today I’m announcing the new healthvis R package … Continue reading →

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Identify 2/3 vacation photos, win $5 Starbucks gift card

March 29, 2013
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Identify 2/3 vacation photos, win $5 Starbucks gift card

I have a $5 Starbucks gift card that I simply can't remember to use; I've had it since Christmas. So, I will mail it (within the U.S.A.) to the first commenter who can identify the longitude/latitude (within 5km) where two of these three vacation photos were taken (photos below). ***Update 3/30/2013: locations A and C

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Rationality, and MS Excel (and other calculators)

March 27, 2013
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Rationality, and MS Excel (and other calculators)

This morning, Mathieu had a nice experience in his course on computational method in actuarial science. But let us start with some mathematical formal definitions. First, recall that is – somehow – a standard expression. No one should be surprised to see such an expression. Generally (as explained in http://en.wikipedia.org/… ), this function is defined only when . The...

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i Before e Except After c

March 26, 2013
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i Before e Except After c

When I went to school we were always taught the “i before e, except after c” rule for spelling. But how accurate is this rule? Kevin Marks tweeted today the following: »@uberfacts: There are 923 words in the English language that break the “I before E” rule. Only 44 words actually follow that rule.« Science— Kevin Marks (@kevinmarks)

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GeoCoding,R, and The Rolling Stones – Part 2

March 20, 2013
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GeoCoding,R, and The Rolling Stones – Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of the GeoCoding, R, and the Rolling Stones blog. Let’s apply some of the things we learned in Part 1 to a practical real world example. Mapping the Stones – A Real Example The Rolling Stones have toured for many years. You can go to Wikipedia and see information on the

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GeoCoding,R, and The Rolling Stones – Part 2

March 20, 2013
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GeoCoding,R, and The Rolling Stones – Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of the GeoCoding, R, and the Rolling Stones blog. Let’s apply some of the things we learned in Part 1 to a practical real world example. Mapping the Stones – A Real Example The Rolling Stones have toured for many years. You can go to Wikipedia and see information on the

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GeoCoding, R, and The Rolling Stones – Part 1

March 20, 2013
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GeoCoding, R, and The Rolling Stones – Part 1

In this article I discuss a general approach for Geocoding a location from within R, processing XML reports, and using R packages to create interactive maps. There are various ways to accomplish this, though using Google’s GeoCoding service is a good place to start. We’ll also talk a bit about the XML package that is

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GeoCoding, R, and The Rolling Stones – Part 1

March 20, 2013
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GeoCoding, R, and The Rolling Stones – Part 1

In this article I discuss a general approach for Geocoding a location from within R, processing XML reports, and using R packages to create interactive maps. There are various ways to accomplish this, though using Google’s GeoCoding service is a good place to start. We’ll also talk a bit about the XML package that is

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R, where should I start?

March 17, 2013
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This is a dynamic post which I will continue to update whenever I find something new. Hope you will find the following links useful.Online Courses for Learning the R languageTry R from Code Schoole-Books for Learning the R LanguageR for Beginners ...

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How do I make my graphs?

March 15, 2013
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How do I make my graphs?

Someone who wishes to remain anonymous writes: I’ve been following your blog a long time and enjoy your posts on visualization/statistical graphics matters. I don’t recall however you ever describing the details of your setup for plotting. I’m a new R user (convert from matplotlib) and would love to know your thoughts on the ideal The post How...

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