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Saving Chunks of SSURGO Data in SoilWeb for Google Earth

June 28, 2011
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Saving Chunks of SSURGO Data in SoilWeb for Google Earth

SoilWeb is an interactive, multifaceted interface to USDA-NCSS soil survey information. Our SoilWeb application for Google Earth streams soil map units and point data as you navigate across the lower '48 states. Currently, our system imposes a 30,000 ...

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googleVis library on use

June 26, 2011
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googleVis library on use

Data on the map While surfing around the Internet I accidentally found the googleVis library for R and especially the gvisGeoMap-function which creates a map based on country data.  In a table hockey scene we have a great World Ranking … Continu...

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googleVis library on use

June 26, 2011
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googleVis library on use

Data on the map While surfing around the Internet I accidentally found the googleVis library for R and especially the gvisGeoMap-function which creates a map based on country data.  In a table hockey scene we have a great World Ranking … Continue reading →

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The R Journal: June 2011

June 24, 2011
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The latest issue of the R Journal is out, and as always includes many useful articles about using R and R packages. Articles in Volume 3/1 dive into topics including creating test for R packages with test_that; dealing with times, time zones, dates and holidays with timeDate; social network analysis of mailing lists through text mining; creating choropleths and...

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The R Journal Vol. 3/1 went online

June 23, 2011
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Dear All, The first issue of the third volume of The R Journal is now available at http://journal.r-project.org/current.html. Below are direct links to (most of) the articles: Volume 3/1, June 2011 Download complete issue Refereed articles may be downloaded individually using the links below. Table of Contents Editorial 3   Contributed Research Articles   testthat:...

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iEvoBio 2011 Synopsis

June 22, 2011
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iEvoBio 2011 Synopsis

We just wrapped up the 2011 iEvoBio meeting. It was awesome! If you didn't go this year or last year, definitely think about going next year.Here is a list of the cool projects that were discussed at the meeting (apologies if I left some out):Vistrails...

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Hard drive occupation prediction with R – part 3 – Predicting future ranges

Hard drive occupation prediction with R – part 3 – Predicting future ranges

On the second article, we saw how to use a Monte Carlo simulation generate sample of disk space delta for future dates and calculate the distribution probability of zeroing free space in the future.In this article, we will see how we can plot the e...

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Video: Two R talks from Hadley Wickham

June 22, 2011
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On his recent tour to the Bay Area, Hadley Wickham have two interesting R-related talks, for which video has been made available by Google Tech Talks. At the June Bay Area R User Group meeting, Hadley spoke on the future of interactive data visualization in R. Building on his experiences creating the ggplot2 package (which is still under development...

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sab-R-metrics: Merging Data Sets

June 22, 2011
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I am finally back from Greece and recovered from jet lag. Fortunately, I did not get tear gassed while in Athens, though there were riot police everywhere the whole time we visited. Today, I'm going to start getting my feet wet again with a shorter s...

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A year of Chicago’s crime, in 30 seconds

June 21, 2011
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Yesterday Brett Goldstein, the Chief Data Officer for the City of Chicago, announced on Twitter the release of Chicago’s crime data for the past year. The data is very detailed, and wonderful resource for criminologist and social scientists alike. I have been playing around with the data a bit, and have produced an animation

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