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ggplot2: Back-to-back Bar Charts

September 23, 2009
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ggplot2: Back-to-back Bar Charts

On the ggplot2 mailing-list the following question was asked: How to create a back-to-back bar chart with ggplot2? For anyone who don’t know what I am talking about, have a look on a recent paper from the EU. I’d like to create plots like the graph...

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ggplot2: Back-to-back Bar Charts

September 23, 2009
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ggplot2: Back-to-back Bar Charts

On the ggplot2 mailing-list the following question was asked: How to create a back-to-back bar chart with ggplot2? For anyone who don’t know what I am talking about, have a look on a recent paper from the EU. I’d like to create plots like the graphs 5,6,18 in the paper. An example graph from the above report is

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Emacs Key Binding for eval-defun in lisp-mode

September 22, 2009
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Emacs Key Binding for eval-defun in lisp-mode

When I use R in Emacs through the ESS package, C-c C-c in a .R buffer will send a “block” of code to the inferior R process for evaluation. This was added just a few years ago, but my fingers are now trained to use that key combination for evaluating any block of code. Since

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Update

September 22, 2009
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Update

I can't believe it's been two months since I last posted... wow, time has a way of slipping through my fingers.  Here's a short list of some upcoming posts: An introduction to LSPM -- a new R package that implements Ralph Vince's leverage space po...

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Welcome to Sigmafield

September 20, 2009
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Edit: This post originally appeared on my Wordpress blog on September 20, 2009. I present it here in its original form. John Tukey's preface to Exploratory Data Analysis begins with a useful rule, "It is important to understand what you can...

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Welcome to Blogistic Reflections! (A blog created entirely in Emacs org-mode)

September 19, 2009
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Welcome to Blogistic Reflections! (A blog created entirely in Emacs org-mode)

John Tukey’s preface to Exploratory Data Analysis begins with a useful rule, “It is important to understand what you can do before you learn to measure how well you seem to have done it.” When I decided I wanted to start a blog concentrating on statistics, R, and Emacs, I thought I had better learn

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Aggregating SSURGO Data in R

September 10, 2009
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Aggregating SSURGO Data in R

  Premise SSURGO is a digital, high-resolution (1:24,000), soil survey database produced by the USDA-NRCS. It is one of the largest and most complete spatial databases in the world; and is available for nearly the entire USA at no cost. These data are distributed as a combination of geographic and text data, representing soil map units and their...

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Compiling and Cross-compiling R packages for Windows (win32)

September 3, 2009
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so recently i’m learning how to compile and cross-compile R packages from source for windows machines, which means i have to create windows binaries. the first option is to build on a windows system, and the 2nd is to cross-build on an intel-based linux or mac system. i will outline my experience. Send it off

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packages and CRANtastic

August 24, 2009
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packages and CRANtastic

Additional functionality in R is added through packages, which consist of libraries of bundled functions, datasets, examples and help files that can be downloaded from CRAN (the Comprehensive R Archive Network). The function install.packages() or the w...

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ggplot2 Version of Figures in “Lattice: Multivariate Data Visualization with R” (Part 12)

August 18, 2009
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ggplot2 Version of Figures in “Lattice: Multivariate Data Visualization with R” (Part 12)

This is the 12th post in a series attempting to recreate the figures in Lattice: Multivariate Data Visualization with R (R code available here) with ggplot2. Previous parts in this series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11. Chapter 13 – Advanced

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