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Crayfish or crawdad? Mapping US dialect variations with R

June 7, 2013
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Crayfish or crawdad? Mapping US dialect variations with R

I grew up in Australia, where I learned to speak English. Or so I thought: when I moved overseas to the UK, and especially when I moved to the States, I soon learned these are distinct cultures separated by a common language. Words which I previously had no context for being different anywhere else, such as "runners" ("sneakers"), "lemonade"...

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Tweetanalytics – Interactively analyzing tweets from accounts of 5 universities

June 1, 2013
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Tweetanalytics – Interactively analyzing tweets from accounts of 5 universities

This is an attempt at learning and interactively displaying few results using twitter data using text mining. Interactivity is implemented using RStudio's shiny server. Their documentation of demo scripts came in very handy. As a non-user of twitter, I...

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Futile.logger 1.3.3 RC available

May 29, 2013
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Futile.logger 1.3.3 RC available

This is a preview release of futile.logger 1.3.3 so some people with feature requests can try out the code before …Continue reading »

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R/Finance 2013 Review

May 28, 2013
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It's been one week since the 5th Annual R/Finance conference, and I finally feel sufficiently recovered enough to share my thoughts. The conference is a two-day whirlwind of applied quantitative finance, fantastic networking, and general geekery.The comments below are based on my personal experience.  If I don't comment on a seminar or presentation, it doesn't mean I...

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Interactive presentation with slidify and googleVis

May 28, 2013
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Interactive presentation with slidify and googleVis

Last week I was invited to give an introduction to googleVis at Lancaster University. This time I decided to use the R package slidify for my talk. Slidify, like knitr, is built on Markdown and makes it very easy to create beautiful HTML5 presentations...

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Using Interactive D3.js charts from within Tiki with rNVD3

May 10, 2013
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Using Interactive D3.js charts from within Tiki with rNVD3

I've recently managed to reproduce my first charts using the nice package rNVD3 from Ramnath Vaidyanathan: https://github.com/ramnathv/rNVD3 This rNVD3 package uses NVD3, which provides re-usable charts with d3.js, without taking away the power that...

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Using Interactive D3.js charts from within Tiki with rNVD3

May 10, 2013
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Using Interactive D3.js charts from within Tiki with rNVD3

I've recently managed to reproduce my first charts using the nice package rNVD3 from Ramnath Vaidyanathan: https://github.com/ramnathv/rNVD3 This rNVD3 package uses NVD3, which provides re-usable charts with d3.js, without taking away the power that...

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Version 0.9 of timeline on CRAN

May 9, 2013
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Version 0.9 of timeline on CRAN

The initial version of the timeline package has been released to CRAN. This package provides creates timeline plots using ggplot2 in a style similar to Preceden. I would considered this beta quality as there are more features I would like to add but has enough functionality to possibly be useful to others. install.packages('timeline',repos='http://cran.r-project.org') require(timeline) data(ww2) timeline(ww2, ww2.events, event.spots=2, event.label='', event.above=FALSE) Timeline...</p><p><a href=Read more »

R creates d3/javascript charts in Ipython Style Notebook

May 1, 2013
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I am not sure I have ever done a post like this, but I was so blown away I had to do this post simply to embed this amazing Youtube video from the author of the R packages rCharts and slidify.  Watch this screencast as he creates d3/raphael charts...

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Data Visualization: From Excel to ???

April 26, 2013
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Data Visualization: From Excel to ???

So you’re an excel wizard, you make the best graphs and charts Microsoft’s classic product has to offer, and you expertly integrate them into your business operations.  Lately you’ve studied up on all the latest uses for data visualization and … Continue reading →The post Data Visualization: From Excel to ??? appeared first on Data Community...

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