912 search results for "RSTUDIO"

Writing a MS-Word document using R (with as little overhead as possible)

March 24, 2013
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Writing a MS-Word document using R (with as little overhead as possible)

The problem: producing a Word (.docx) file of a statistical report created in R, with as little overhead as possible. The solution: combining R+knitr+rmarkdown+pander+pandoc (it is easier than it is spelled). If you get what this post is about, just …Read more »

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Predicting who will win a NFL match at half time

March 23, 2013
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Predicting who will win a NFL match at half time

It was great to have a little break, Spring break, although the weather didn’t feel like spring at all! During the early part of the break I worked on my final project for Jeff Leek’s data analysis class, which we call 140.753 here. Continuing my previous posts on the topic, this time I’ll share the results of my...

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Data visualisation talk: Presentation using reports package

March 21, 2013
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Data visualisation talk: Presentation using reports package

Why I used html5 for my today’s talk?   My last presentation was in html5. This time I wanted to do my slides in something new.  I prepared  first few slides in Jessyink. Then I got to know that my friend … Continue reading →The post Data visualisation talk: Presentation using reports package appeared first on Fiddling...

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Find the fairest place to meet on the Paris Métro

March 20, 2013
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Find the fairest place to meet on the Paris Métro

When I lived in Paris years ago, I worked near Gare du Nord, but my friend Jenny lived near République. If we wanted to meet up after work, we'd just meet halfway along the Orange Métro line, around Gare de l'Est. Easy. Since that's within walking distance we wouldn't actually take the Métro, but Métro stations are useful waypoints...

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Optimal Meeting Point on the Paris Metro

March 20, 2013
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tl;dr: Play with the app here When you live in Paris, chances are you are (home or work) very close to a metro station, so when you want to meet with some friends, you usually end up picking another metro station as a meeting point. Yet, finding the optimal place to meet can easily become a complex problem considering...

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Behavioral Economics and Beer… highly correlated

March 19, 2013
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Behavioral Economics and Beer… highly correlated

Short: I plot the frequency of wikipedia searches of “Behavioral Economics”, and “Beer” – who knew the correlation would be 0.7! Data reference:Data on any wikipedia searches (back to 2007) are available at http://glimmer.rstudio.com/pssguy/wikiSearchRates/. The website allows you to download frequency hits per day as a csv, which is what I've done here....

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Analyzing Local Data with a Shiny Web App

March 19, 2013
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A great. recent enhancement for the Shiny App is the ability to upload local files. Now, in addition to users being able to interact with data provided on the host e.g. Soccer Tables or via the web, Wikipedia Search Rates they can use apps to view and analyse their own data I have knocked up

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googleVis 0.4.2 with support for shiny released on CRAN

March 19, 2013
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The new version of googleVis 0.4.2 is now available via CRAN. Many thanks to all who provided feedback on version 0.4.0 and particularly to Sebastian Campbell, John Maindonald and Aonan Zhang. As usual, if you find any issues or bugs, please send us an email or add a line to our online issues log.With version...

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Review of Mathematica 9 and R-link

March 18, 2013
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VIDEO TRANSCRIPT: Hello, this is Matt Asher from StatisticsBlog.com. I’m going to be reviewing Mathematica 9, from Wolfram Research. In particular, I’ll be focusing on using it with R and to do Monte Carlo simulations and other statistical work. You can find a full transcript of this video at my blog, including the source code

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Baseball Statistics with R – Batting Average

March 18, 2013
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Baseball Statistics with R – Batting Average

I'm working on a new book about the R programming language. R is a language that is designed for use with statistics and data. I use it to analyze sports and social networking. I thought that it would be fun to write the book focusing on baseball statistics using data from Major League Baseball. This post...

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