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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

December 2, 2014
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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

I was thinking on a nice way of plotting campaign expenditures in a paper I’m working on. I thought this would be something like the following, simple, but meaningful even in the context of lots of outliers in both tails. Although I like the seniors Tukey’s boxplot and scatter plots, I had already used them, so I...

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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

December 2, 2014
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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

I was thinking on a nice way of plotting campaign expenditures in a paper I’m working on. I thought this would be something like the following, simple, but meaningful even in the context of lots of outliers in both tails. Although I like the seniors Tukey’s boxplot and scatter plots, I had already used them, so I...

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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

December 2, 2014
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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

I was thinking on a nice way of plotting campaign expenditures in a paper I’m working on. I thought this would be something like the following, simple, but meaningful even in the context of lots of outliers in both tails. Although I like the seniors Tukey’s boxplot and scatter plots, I had already used them, so I...

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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

December 2, 2014
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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

I was thinking on a nice way of plotting campaign expenditures in a paper I’m working on. I thought this would be something like the following, simple, but meaningful even in the context of lots of outliers in both tails. Although I like the seniors Tukey’s boxplot and scatter plots, I had already used them, so I...

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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

December 2, 2014
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Study of a Plot: The Manhattan Plot

I was thinking on a nice way of plotting campaign expenditures in a paper I’m working on. I thought this would be something like the following, simple, but meaningful even in the context of lots of outliers in both tails. Although I like the seniors Tukey’s boxplot and scatter plots, I had already used them, so I...

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Visualizing Historical & Most-likely First Snowfall Dates for U.S. Regions

November 26, 2014
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Visualizing Historical & Most-likely First Snowfall Dates for U.S. Regions

UPDATE: You can now run this as a local Shiny app by entering shiny::runGist("95ec24c1b0cb433a76a5", launch.browser=TRUE) at an R prompt (provided all the dependent libraries (below) are installed) or use it interactively over at Shiny Apps. The impending arrival of the first real snowfall of the year in my part of Maine got me curious about

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Visualization of probabilistic forecasts

November 21, 2014
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Visualization of probabilistic forecasts

This week my research group discussed Adrian Raftery’s recent paper on “Use and Communication of Probabilistic Forecasts” which provides a fascinating but brief survey of some of his work on modelling and communicating uncertain futures. Coincidentally, today I was also sent a copy of David Spiegelhalter’s paper on “Visualizing Uncertainty About the Future”. Both are

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Bioinformatics journals: time from submission to acceptance, revisited

October 13, 2014
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Bioinformatics journals: time from submission to acceptance, revisited

Before we start: yes, we’ve been here before. There was the Biostars question “Calculating Time From Submission To Publication / Degree Of Burden In Submitting A Paper.” That gave rise to Pierre’s excellent blog post and code + data on Figshare. So why are we here again? 1. It’s been a couple of years. 2.

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ggvis 0.4

October 13, 2014
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ggvis 0.4

ggvis 0.4 is now available on CRAN. You can install it with: install.packages("ggvis") The major features of this release are: Boxplots, with layer_boxplots() chickwts %>% ggvis(~feed, ~weight) %>% layer_boxplots() Better stability when errors occur. Better handling of empty data and malformed data. More consistent handling of data in compute pipeline functions. Because of these changes,

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An Intro to Models and Generalized Linear Models in R

October 13, 2014
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An Intro to Models and Generalized Linear Models in R

By Chris Campbell – Senior Consultant, UK. For many types of data, we have made a measurement of some variable that looks normally distributed. The middle value is the most likely, most values are similar to the middle value, and a … Continue reading →

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