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Carl Morris Symposium on Large-Scale Data Inference (2/3)

October 20, 2012
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Carl Morris Symposium on Large-Scale Data Inference (2/3)

Continuing the summary of last week’s symposium on statistics and data visualization (see part 1 and part 3)… Here I describe Dianne Cook’s discussion of visual inference, and Rob Kass’ talk on statistics in cognitive neuroscience. [Edit: I've added a few … Continue reading →

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Soccer is all about money (?) – Part 3: More plots & analyses

October 19, 2012
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Soccer is all about money (?) – Part 3: More plots & analyses

Let's play around a bit more with the dataset we built in Part 1 of this series.Now we are going to compare data from more championships in Europe.Let's check out the first divisions from the following countries:- Germany (1. Bundesliga)- England (Premier League)- Spain (Primera División)- Italy (Serie A)- France (League 1)If you want to replicate the...

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analyze the national health interview survey (nhis) with r

October 16, 2012
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the national health interview survey (nhis) is a household survey about health status and utilization.  each annual data set can be used to examine the disease burden and access to care that individuals and families are currently experiencing acro...

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Introduction to R: Installation, Using R as a Calculator, Operators

October 15, 2012
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Intro to R Hello, and welcome to my blog. The goal of this is to introduce people to R in a way that is easy to grasp. It's command line interface can be pretty intimidating, so hopefully this can help ease you into it. Chances are, if you're reading this, you're a close friend of mine (I don't have much...

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Compressed Sensing with R

October 15, 2012
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Compressed Sensing with R

Compressed sensing (CS) is pretty much appealing all current signal processing research community. At the same time, popularity of R language gaining a strong foot in the research and industry. Even though historically MATLAB is a de-facto standard in ...

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Observing Dark Worlds – Visualizing dark matter’s distorting effect on galaxies

October 13, 2012
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Observing Dark Worlds – Visualizing dark matter’s distorting effect on galaxies

Some people like to do crossword puzzles. I like to do machine learning puzzles. Lucky for me, a new contest was just posted yesterday on Kaggle. So naturally, my lazy Saturday was spent getting elbow deep into the data. The training set consists of a series of ‘skies’, each containing a bunch of galaxies. Normally,

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analyze the current population survey (cps) annual social and economic supplement (asec) with r

October 10, 2012
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the annual march cps-asec has been supplying the statistics for the census bureau's report on income, poverty, and health insurance coverage since 1948.  wow.  the us census bureau and the bureau of labor statistics (bls) tag-team on this one...

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Style your R charts like the Economist, Tableau … or XKCD

October 5, 2012
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Style your R charts like the Economist, Tableau … or XKCD

As we noted last month, the new Themes feature in ggplot2 helps you customize the design of R charts to your liking. Now, R user Jeffrey Arnold has built on this feature to create standardized themes to make R graphics looks like those from major publications and other software systems. You can use his ggthemes package to make your...

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its the Gramma an punctuashun wot its’ about, Rgiht?

October 4, 2012
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its the Gramma an punctuashun wot its’ about, Rgiht?

This is another of those confluence style posts, where a handful of things I’ve read in quick succession seem to phase lock in my mind: (brought to mind in part via @downes a week or so ago: How to Synch 32 Metronomes) The first was a post by Alan Levine on Making Text Work, which

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Emerging as Low Vol

October 2, 2012
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Emerging as Low Vol

Extending the series begun with When Russell 2000 is Low Vol, I thought I should take a look at Emerging Market stocks during periods of low relative volatility to the S&P 500.  So you can replicate even without access to expensive data, let

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