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Reproducible Research: Running odfWeave with 7-zip

April 25, 2012
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odfWeave is an R-package that is used for making dynamic reports by Sweave processing of Open Document Format (ODF) files. For anyone new to report generation and lacking knowledge of markup languages this might be a good starting point or even a true ...

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Animations in R

April 24, 2012
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Animations in R

Animated charts can be very helpful in illustrating concepts or discovering relationships, which makes them very helpful in teaching and exploratory research. Fortunately, creating animated graphs in R is fairly straightforward, once you have the right...

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Complex arithmetic and airplane wings

April 23, 2012
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Complex arithmetic and airplane wings

I was once told that the reason that such a shape was so commonly used for aeroplane wings was merely that then one could study it mathemtically by just employing the Zhoukowski transformation. I hope that this is not true! (R. Penrose, “The Road to Reality”, p.150) Penrose here talks about a complex holomorphic mapping

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Introduction to Oracle R Connector for Hadoop

April 23, 2012
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MapReduce, the heart of Hadoop, is a programming framework that enables massive scalability across servers using data stored in the Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS). The Oracle R Connector for Hadoop (ORCH) provides access to a Hadoop cluster from R, enabling manipulation of HDFS-resident data and the execution of MapReduce jobs. Conceptutally, MapReduce is similar...

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118 years of US State Weather Data

April 22, 2012
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118 years of US State Weather Data

A recent post on the Junkcharts blog looked at US weather dataand the importance of explaining scales (which in this case went up to 118). Ultimately, it turns out that 118 is the rank of the data compared to the previous 117 years of data (in ascending order, so that 118 is the highest). At … Continue reading...

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Machine learning for identification of cars

April 22, 2012
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Machine learning for identification of cars

There are plenty of data on internet, however it is raw data. Think for a second about public surveillance cameras - useful to check the traffic on the route or busy place, but anything else? What if you want to know how many cars are on the route? How many car were yesterday at the same time?

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Phase space plot of the kicked rotor

April 21, 2012
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Phase space plot of the kicked rotor

In the idealized physical world, a rotor is simply a mass attached to an axis of length , free to move in the plane. Gravity and friction are absent. Such a rotor becomes a kicked rotor if it is periodically hit with a hammer. Every kick transfers momentum to the rotor and the time between

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Sanitizing data in SAP HANA with R

Sanitizing data in SAP HANA with R

From April 10 to April 11, my team (Anne, Juergen and myself) host an InnoJam in Boston. It was a really great event, but the data provided by the City of Boston wasn't exactly in the best shape, so we took a lot of efforts (with a help of the SAP Guru...

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When R met SAP Gateway

When R met SAP Gateway

A couple of days ago, I was toying with the idea of doing something with SAP Gateway...I thought of using SUP, but as I recently wrote 2 blogs about it, I decided to go back to one of my favorite programming languages...R...So...Gateway can be consumed...

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From the Guardian’s data blog: Visualising risk

April 20, 2012
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From the Guardian’s data blog: Visualising risk

The Guardian published a nice summary and link collection of an interdisciplinary visualisation workshop hosted by Microsoft dedicated to visualising probability and risk. Check it out here.OECD better life indexThe links I found most interesting were ...

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