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jsonlite 0.9.13: high performance number formatting

October 24, 2014
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jsonlite 0.9.13: high performance number formatting

The jsonlite package implements a robust, high performance JSON parser and generator for R, optimized for statistical data and the web. This week version 0.9.13 appeared on CRAN which is the third release in a relatively short period focusing on performance optimization. Fast number formatting Version 0.9.11 and 0.9.12 had already introduced majors...

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Plotting GTFS data with R

October 23, 2014
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Plotting GTFS data with R

Days ago a study says that Santiago, city where I live, has one of the best public transport system in LATAM (WAT?! define best please!). So I've search for some information and I found this. Anyway I tried to find some related data/gtfs/information to work/play and I found the Transantiago GTFS. GTFS means General Transit Feed Specification and is a format for public transportation...

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Plotting GTFS data with R

October 23, 2014
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Plotting GTFS data with R

Days ago a study says that Santiago, city where I live, has one of the best public transport system in LATAM (WAT?! define best please!). So I've search for some information and I found this. Anyway I tried to find some related data/gtfs/information to work/play and I found the Transantiago GTFS. GTFS means General Transit Feed Specification and is a format for public transportation...

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Why is my OS X Yosemite install taking so long?: an analysis

Why is my OS X Yosemite install taking so long?: an analysis

Why? Since the latest Mac OS X update, 10.10 "Yosemite", was released last Thursday, there have been complaints springing up online of the progress bar woefully underestimating the actual time to complete installation. More specifically, it appeared as if, for a certain group of people (myself included), the installer would stall out at "two minutes »more

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Rock around the data clock

October 21, 2014
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Rock around the data clock

I had to visualize an hourly distribution of some KPI (assume logins / registrations / purchases per hour), so the idea was, why not build a clock? It’s a nice and intuitive way to present this data. The problem is, that the clock has only 12 hours which are used twice a day, so I will have to assign...

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Degrees of Choice: A modification of a WSJ graphic

October 20, 2014
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This post uses ggplot2 and rCharts to modify a grouped bar chart that appeared in an article that appeared online on October 19, 2014 in Wall Street Journal’s site. The article was titled “How to Sell a Liberal-Arts Education”. The code for the Rmarkdown file that generated this post can be found on github.Please click this...

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The World We Live In #2: To Study Or To Work

October 19, 2014
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The World We Live In #2: To Study Or To Work

I was getting ready for school and about to wear my uniform when I remembered that our principal had told us not to wear uniforms. So I decided to wear my favorite pink dress (Malala Yousafzai) After reading the diary of a Pakistani schoolgirl and Malala’s history, there is no doubt of being in front

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Degrees of Choice: Modification of WSJ Graphic

October 19, 2014
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Degrees of Choice: Modification of WSJ Graphic

This post uses ggplot2 and rCharts to modify a grouped bar chart that appeared in an article that appeared online on October 19, 2014 in Wall Street Journal’s site. The article was titled “How to Sell a Liberal-Arts Education”. The code for the Rmarkdown file that generated this post can be found on github. The article used the...

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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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Spending Seized Assets – A State-by-State Per-capita Comparison in R

October 13, 2014
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Spending Seized Assets – A State-by-State Per-capita Comparison in R

The Washingon Post did another great story+vis, this time on states Spending seized assets. According to their sub-head: Since 2008, about 5,400 police agencies have spent $2.5 billion in proceeds from cash and property seized under federal civil forfeiture laws. Police suspected the assets were linked to crime, although in 81 percent of cases no

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