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An unabashedly narcissistic data analysis of my own tweets. The…

April 2, 2012
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An unabashedly narcissistic data analysis of my own tweets.
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pie( table( whence.i.tweet )) qplot( whence ) + coord_polar() pie( log( table( whence )))+RColorBrewer ggplot (see below) plot( density( tweets.len )) qplot(... stat="density") + geom_density qplot(...stat="bin") + geom_text(...) tweeple tweep...

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Simple data mining and plotting data on a map with ggplot2

April 2, 2012
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Simple data mining and plotting data on a map with ggplot2

In this post I use OpenStreetsMaps and ggplot2 to plot geographically were psychologists live, using data from a facebook document.

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Ggplot2, PubMed citation frequency and DSM-IV Axis I disorders by year

March 31, 2012
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Ggplot2, PubMed citation frequency and DSM-IV Axis I disorders by year

I searched PubMed for several major DSM-IV disorders and downloaded the hits. Using ggplot2 I plotted the number of publications each year for each disorder.

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See how Deloitte uses R for actuarial analysis

March 29, 2012
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Many thanks to Jim Guszcza (Predictive Analytics lead at Deloitte Consulting and Assistant Professor at UW-Madison) who gave a great webinar presentation yesterday on actuarial analysis with R. Jim's demo (starting at the 20 minute mark in the video replay below) is a great way to get a sense of how R is used for exploratory data analysis and...

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Updates to the Deducer family of packages

March 29, 2012
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Over the past month there have been a number of package updates in the deducer ecosystem. Deducer is a general purpose, extensible, data analysis GUI. It is designed to be a free easy to use alternative to proprietary data analysis software such as SPSS, JMP, and Minitab. It has a menu system to do common

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Popularity of Programming Languages

March 25, 2012
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Popularity of Programming Languages

As you can see, R is relatively popular (but more so on StackOverflow than GitHub):For the original graph, click here. This scatter plot is a reminder that R is useful to learn not only for statistical modeling (since there are so many excellent packag...

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knitr, github, and a new phase for the lab notebook

March 21, 2012
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knitr, github, and a new phase for the lab notebook

I have recently modified the basic workflow of my lab notebook since discovering knitr. Before, I would write code files which I could track on github, push figures created by the code to flickr, and then write a notebook entry on wordpress describing what I was doing. I’d embed each figure I wanted into the

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Simple ROC plots with ggplot2 – Part 2

March 21, 2012
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Simple ROC plots with ggplot2 – Part 2

In the first part of this article we built a function (rocdata) to calculate the co-ordinates for the ROC plot and its summary statistics. Now we need to actually produce the plot. I make most of my plots in ggplot2 because of it’s versatility. However there’s no reason why these plots couldn’t be produced

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Copy and paste small data sets into R

March 21, 2012
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Copy and paste small data sets into R

How can I embed a small data set into my R code? That was the question I came across today, when I prepared my talk about Dynamical Systems in R with simecol for the forthcoming Cologne R user group meeting. I wanted to add all the R code of the talk t...

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Data Analysis Training

March 20, 2012
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Data Analysis Training

I'm training some of my colleagues on Big'ish data analysis this week. Here's how I'm running the class. Would love your ideas to make it better. CLASS OBJECTIVES (LEARNING OUTCOMES)After completion of the course, you will be able to:Understand concept...

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