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R Function Reference

September 15, 2010
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R Function Reference

The R Function Reference is a mind map that I've created to help novice and intermediate R users perform common tasks and analyses.

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mapping the Australian election (2010 edition)

September 11, 2010
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mapping the Australian election (2010 edition)

The AEC makes this reasonably easy, as do the authors of some very helpful R packages, the good people at Google Maps etc. Full description here (PDF); entire collection here; a sample here, showing Green 1st preferences, by polling places across metro...

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Update

September 2, 2010
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Update

I tried using my own little palette with more traditional looking heatmap colors (red and pink are the densest, blue and green are less so, yellow in the middle, etc.). I also included the actual points, but would recommend it for more than a single g...

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Soil Properties Visualized on a 1km Grid

August 31, 2010
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Soil Properties Visualized on a 1km Grid

Fresno Area Urban Areas vs Irrigated LCC: grey regions are current urban areas A couple of maps generated from a 1km gridded soil property database, derived from SSURGO data where available with holes filled with STATSGO data. Soil properties visualize...

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SST with Raster. Complete

August 29, 2010
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SST with Raster. Complete

Update: new zip, correcting bug found by Steve  McIntyre: if(!file.exists(HadSST2ncdf)) downloadHADSST2() if(!file.exists(HadSST2ncdf)) downloadHadSST2() issue pending with another line as well. Checking raster versions. I’ve also, added some code into “downloadHadSST2″ that corrects for the “NA” problem with HadSST. (currently commented out). There is an issue with “ncdf” handling CF standards, which has been addressed in

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Map of Upcoming Ruby Conferences

August 21, 2010
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Map of Upcoming Ruby Conferences

One of the top searches on rubyflow is “conference”.  A recent post showed how to create a map with the location of the 2010 R User Conference.  So why not expand on the subject and create a map with numerous conference locations thr...

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R be dragons

August 18, 2010
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Hic sunt dracones used to be placed on maps, as a way to denote a dangerous or otherwise unexplored territory. We might as well write it all over R-related material used in introductory classes, because students seems to be really (…)Read the rest of this entry »

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Homogeneity analysis of hierarchical classifications

August 10, 2010
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Homogeneity analysis of hierarchical classifications

I've spent more years than I care to remember analysing vegetation survey data (typically species abundances in plots) using a variety of software including my own algorithms coded in FORTRAN and C++. A recent query on the r-help list, about how to det...

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Homogeneity analysis of hierarchical classifications

August 10, 2010
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Homogeneity analysis of hierarchical classifications

I've spent more years than I care to remember analysing vegetation survey data (typically species abundances in plots) using a variety of software including my own algorithms coded in FORTRAN and C++. A recent query on the r-help list, about how to determine the number of groups to define in a hierarchical classification produced with the hclust function, prompted...

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How to animate Google Earth with R

August 6, 2010
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How to animate Google Earth with R

We've looked before at how you can annotate geographical maps using R, but what if you want to overlay data onto a globe of the Earth, using Google Earth? The RKML package for R (from the OmegaHat project) allows you to do just that, by providing a high-level interface from R to generate KML files, which in turn are...

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