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Genetics to Finance – Amazed By Open Source d3 and r

September 19, 2013
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Genetics to Finance – Amazed By Open Source d3 and r

Open source amazes me by the speed of distribution and the power of iteration.  Take for example the very  fine combination of R and d3 provided here at http://www.biostat.wisc.edu/~kbroman/D3/.  The correlation matrix with scatterplot i...

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Real Pirate Attacks, Charted with R

September 19, 2013
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Real Pirate Attacks, Charted with R

To mark Talk Like a Pirate Day, Bob Rudis uses R to animate a map of the cumulative real-world pirate attacks since 1978: Looks like the Carribean and the West Indes, traditional pirate haunts, are still active. But the real hot-spot in modern times is Africa. Find the R code behind the animation at the blog post linked below....

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Animated IRL Pirate Attacks In R

September 19, 2013
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Animated IRL Pirate Attacks In R

Avast me hearRties! (ok, enough of the pirate speak in a blog post) It wouldn’t be TLAPD without out some modest code & idea pilfering from Mark Bulling & Simon Raper. While those mateys did a fine job hoisting up some R code (your really didn’t think I’d stop with the pirate speak, did you?)

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Church numerals in R (or how to prove the existence of natural numbers using the lambda calculus)

September 18, 2013
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Church numerals in R (or how to prove the existence of natural numbers using the lambda calculus)

One area of math that I’ve always been enamored with is the proof of numbers. The simplicity of the starting …Continue reading »

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A nifty area plot (or a bootleg of a ggplot geom)

September 17, 2013
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A nifty area plot (or a bootleg of a ggplot geom)

The ideas for most of my blogs usually come from half-baked attempts to create some neat or useful feature that hasn’t been implemented in R. These ideas might come from some analysis I’ve used in my own research or from some other creation meant to save time. More often than not, my blogs are motivated

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Revolution Newsletter: September 2013

September 17, 2013
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The most recent edition of the Revolution Newsletter is now available. In case you missed it, the news section is below, and you can read the full September edition (with highlights from this blog and community events) online. You can subscribe to the Revolution Newsletter to get it monthly via email. Rrrr, Mateys! September 19th is International Talk Like...

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Putting the R in Cloudera and Hortonworks Hadoop

September 16, 2013
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Datanami interviews Revolution Analytics' Bill Jacobs about the upcoming Revolution R Enterprise 7, which will be available later this year. A key feature of this release is that that the big-data predictive analytics R functions in the ScaleR package will run on data situated in a Hadoop cluster, and use the parallel computational power of the Hadoop nodes for...

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Census Atlas Japan

September 15, 2013
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Census Atlas Japan

The 2011 Census Open Atlas project has been put on hold recently as various other research projects have intervened - more on these soon. However, over the summer  Chris Brunsdon and I have taken a research trip to Ritsumeikan University (Japan) where we visited Keiji Yano and Tomoki Nakaya. As part of this trip I began developing...

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My first R Shiny Web Application using breast cancer data

September 14, 2013
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I love the idea of making non-R users playing with my datasets. Thanks to R Shiny package this is is now possible and I am going to post here my code for a simple web application.But first a few lines about Shiny package and my dataset. Okay…if you are in a hurry and want to go straight to check...

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Alpha Testing RevoScaleR running in Hadoop

September 13, 2013
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by Joseph Rickert At Revolution Analytics our mission is to establish R as the driver for Enterprise level computational frameworks. In part, this means that a data scientist ought to be able to develop an R based application in one context, e.g. her local PC, and then get it moving by changing horses on the fly (so to speak)...

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