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“Home Runs by Park – 2011 Season” or “Man the Astros Sucked This Year”

November 24, 2011
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“Home Runs by Park – 2011 Season” or “Man the Astros Sucked This Year”

I hate the Giants. Let this be known. What i was hoping to find was another reason to support my claim that their WS win in 2010 was a complete fluke.  So when digging through the game logs for the … Continue reading →

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Popular Baby Names Walk-Through Part 2 – Graphing the fast movers

November 21, 2011
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Popular Baby Names Walk-Through Part 2 – Graphing the fast movers

I will assume you have read through part 1 and have the csv file loaded. While we covered some basic graphing in the last post i hope to get into a little more of the data crunching. Specifically I am interested in the names which where driven by a spe...

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FBS Coaches Avg. Salary

November 18, 2011
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FBS Coaches Avg. Salary

Of course, a few days before I leave for a much needed vacation, USA Today released their updated NCAA coaching salary database. For sports junkies, there’s an unlimited number of analysis and visualizations that can be done on the data. I took a quick break from packing to condense the data to a csv and

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Revolution Newsletter: November 2011

November 17, 2011
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The most recent edition of the Revolution Newsletter is out. The news section is below, and you read the full November edition (with highlights from this blog and community events) online. You can subscribe to the Revolution Newsletter to get it monthly via email. R Training from Hadley Wickham: The R guru (and author of ggplot2, plyr and several...

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Update on Scary Derivatives

November 16, 2011
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Update on Scary Derivatives

After reading Bloomberg’s article, JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc., among the world’s biggest traders of credit derivatives, disclosed to shareholders that they have sold protection on more than $5 trillion of debt globally. ...

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R Development Master Class with Hadley Wickham

November 14, 2011
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Hadley Wickham, R guru and author of several popular R packages (ggplot2 and plyr, to name just two), will present his 2-day R Development Master Class in New York City, December 12-13. This two-day course offers expert instruction in R programming and package development, and is ideal for anyone looking to hone their R development skills with expert instruction....

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Parallelization using plyr: loading objects and packages into worker nodes

November 14, 2011
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I really love the plyr package. Apart from having a progress bar and plyr handeling a lot of the overhead, a very interesting feature is being able to run plyr in parallel mode. Essentially, setting .parallel = TRUE runs any… See more ›

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Visualizing Likert Items

November 11, 2011
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Visualizing Likert Items

I have become quite a big fan of graphics that combine the features of traditional figures (e.g. bar charts, histograms, etc.) with tables. That is, the combination of numerical results with a visual representation has been quite useful for exploring descriptive statistics. I have wrapped two of my favorites (build around ggplot2) and included them as part

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Plotting implicit functions in R

November 11, 2011
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Plotting implicit functions in R

So in prepping for my latest manuscript on population dynamics I have been creating all the necessary figures.  One of them I considered was a 2-d surface plot of a modified Ricker equation showing the transitions from extinction stability, and stability to limit cycles.  Inconveniently though the only way to do this is with an implicit function.  Since becoming...

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Visualizing Likert Items

November 11, 2011
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Visualizing Likert Items

I have become quite a big fan of graphics that combine the features of traditional figures (e.g. bar charts, histograms, etc.) with tables. That is, the combination of numerical results with a visual representation has been quite useful for exploring...

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