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Knitr/Markdown OpenCPU App

August 30, 2013
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A new little OpenCPU app allows you to knit and markdown in the browser. It has a fancy pants code editor which automatically updates the output after 3 seconds of inactivity. It uses the Ace web editor with mode-r.js (thanks to RStudio for making the latter available). Like all OpenCPU apps, the source package lives in the opencpu app...

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Knitr/Markdown OpenCPU App

August 30, 2013
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Knitr/Markdown OpenCPU App

A new little OpenCPU app allows you to knit and markdown in the browser. It has a fancy pants code editor which automatically updates the output after 3 seconds of inactivity. It uses the Ace web editor with mode-r.js (thanks to RStudio for making the latter available). Like all OpenCPU apps, the source...

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Visualizing the Forbes-CCAP University Rankings using ggplot2, rCharts, googleVis, and the shiny server

August 27, 2013
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Visualizing the Forbes-CCAP University Rankings using ggplot2, rCharts, googleVis, and the shiny server

President Obama is pushing for higher education reform and the development of a rating system for Universities is a critical component of it. These ratings are likely to be based on several measures, such as graduation rates, earnings of graduates, and...

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Fantastic presentations from R using slidify and rCharts

August 27, 2013
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Fantastic presentations from R using slidify and rCharts

Dr. Ramnath Vaidyanathan of McGill University gave an excellent presentation at a joint Data Visualization DC/Statistical Programming DC event on Monday, August 19 at nclud, on two R projects he leads — slidify and rCharts. After the evening, all I can say … Continue reading → The post Fantastic presentations from R using slidify and rCharts appeared first on

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Using JavaScript visualization libraries with R

August 26, 2013
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This is a short tutorial on knitr/markdown and JS visualization packages googleVis and rCharts. With these packages you can create web pages with interactive visualizations just using R. This will require minimal or no knowledge of HTML ...

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GitHub renders CSV in the browser, becomes even better for social data set creation

August 22, 2013
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GitHub renders CSV in the browser, becomes even better for social data set creation

I've written in a number of places about how GitHub can be a great place to store data. Unlike basically all other web data storage sites (many of which I really like such as Dataverse and FigShare) GitHub enables deep social data set development and f...

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Groan – my first R package

August 20, 2013
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Groan – my first R package

Being one of two R experts at my current job I figured I should be familiar with package development. Frankly, I've been procrastinating on this topic since I started using R in 2007 - I was doing just fine with source() and the section of the R manua...

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Creating a Quick Report with knitr, xtable, R Markdown, Pandoc (and some OpenBLAS Benchmark Results)

August 15, 2013
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Creating a Quick Report with knitr, xtable, R Markdown, Pandoc (and some OpenBLAS Benchmark Results)

To cut a long story short, I always wanted to write professional-looking documents (technical reports and potentially my thesis) with R codes. No more copy and paste. No more Microsoft Word. At the same time, I don't feel comfortable with LaTeX. Somehow I found a workaround with knitr, xtable, R Markdown...

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Shiny

August 14, 2013
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Shiny

I’ve been learning about some new data visualisation tools in R. My three favourite so far are GoogleVis, rCharts and Shiny. Here is a Shiny app I made showing the monthly employment flows of the Australian labour force.

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Short tales of two NCAA basketball conferences (Big 12 and West Coast) using graphs

August 12, 2013
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Short tales of two NCAA basketball conferences (Big 12 and West Coast) using graphs

Having been at the University of Kansas (Kansas Jayhawks) as a student and now working at Gonzaga University (Gonzaga Bulldogs), discussions about college basketball are inescapable. This post uses R, ggmap, ggplot2 and the shiny server to graphically ...

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