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sab-R-metrics: Subsetting, Conditional Statements, ‘tapply()’, and VERY simple ‘for loops’

January 11, 2011
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In my last sab-R-metrics post, I went over some basics of calling data and creating vectors or new data from those. Here, I want to extend that to full subsets of data and go on to use some of the basic functions in R so that we can begin plotting in the next tutorial.Before I begin, I...

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Reasons for Transitioning to Vim: Bringing LaTeX, R, Sweave and More under One Roof

January 10, 2011
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Reasons for Transitioning to Vim: Bringing LaTeX, R, Sweave and More under One Roof

This post describes the reasons for my transition to Vim.Brief BackgroundOver the years I've used a lot of different text editors on Windows.In general, I've used whatever text editor came with a program.When I started using R, I moved from Rgui throug...

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Reasons for Transitioning to Vim: Bringing LaTeX, R, Sweave and More under One Roof

January 10, 2011
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This post describes the reasons for my transition to Vim. Brief Background Over the years I've used a lot of different text editors on Windows. In general, I've used whatever text editor came with a program. When I started using R, I moved from Rgui t...

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Revolution R with Eclipse Helios

January 10, 2011
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One of the reasons that I don’t often take advantage of the cool features in Revolution R is that I absolutely can’t stand their Visual Studio interface. Previously, if I wanted to run something in RevoR, I fired up the … Continue reading →

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sab-R-metrics: Basics of Vectors and Data Calling

January 6, 2011
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Wednesday, I began a new series called "sab-R-metrics". My hope is that it reduces the frustration that goes along with learning a new programming language and enhances others' ability to perform their own analysis in baseball or other sports. However, these tutorials will hopefully allow you to use these skills in other areas as well. ...

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sab-R-metrics: Basics of Vectors and Data Calling

January 6, 2011
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Wednesday, I began a new series called "sab-R-metrics". My hope is that it reduces the frustration that goes along with learning a new programming language and enhances others' ability to perform their own analysis in baseball or other sports. However, these tutorials will hopefully allow you to use these skills in other areas as well. ...

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sab-R-metrics: Introduction to R

January 5, 2011
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sab-R-metrics: Introduction to R

In a recent post, I briefly mentioned that I may turn a majority of the focus of this blog to teaching R commands for use with sabermetric analysis. Only a few days later, Ricky Zanker began a new column at The Hardball Times doing just that. But that's okay. Hopefully both his and mine...

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sab-R-metrics: Introduction to R

January 5, 2011
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sab-R-metrics: Introduction to R

In a recent post, I briefly mentioned that I may turn a majority of the focus of this blog to teaching R commands for use with sabermetric analysis. Only a few days later, Ricky Zanker began a new column at The Hardball Times doing just that. But that's okay. Hopefully both his and mine...

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Exporting KML from R

January 2, 2011
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Exporting KML from R

Google Earth has become a popular way of disseminating spatial data. KML is the data format required to do this. It is possible to load almost any type of spatial...

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Animation from Kaggle traffic prediction competition

January 2, 2011
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Below: two animations (same one twice, just as different speeds) I made from the highway data for the Kaggle traffic prediction competition.The data are travel times for 61 different sections of Sydney's M4 freeway, in both directions. The data comes i...

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