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Tracking the Frequency of Twitter Hashtags with R

February 21, 2011
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Tracking the Frequency of Twitter Hashtags with R

 I’ve posted three examples of Twitter hashtags datasets in the last week: one on China, one on Iran, and one on Algeria.  In order to build these datasets, I needed to obtain older tweets; this is slightly more difficult than … Continue reading →

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Book Review: R Graphs Cookbook

February 17, 2011
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Book Review: R Graphs Cookbook

Book InformationMittal, H. (2011). R graphs cookbook. Birmingham, UK: Packt Publishing Ltd.AudienceThe book's stated audience is anyone who is familiar with the basics of R, as well as expert users who are looking for a graphical reference. However, it...

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Book Review: R Graphs Cookbook

February 17, 2011
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Book Review: R Graphs Cookbook

Book InformationMittal, H. (2011). R graphs cookbook. Birmingham, UK: Packt Publishing Ltd.AudienceThe book's stated audience is anyone who is familiar with the basics of R, as well as expert users who are looking for a graphical reference. However, it...

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Regional Variation in Law Enforcement Deaths – Part B

February 16, 2011
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Regional Variation in Law Enforcement Deaths – Part B

I would like to thank Tal Galili for establishing and maintaining the blog aggregator at R-bloggers. This site has been added to their directory and new posts which are tagged with R will now appear on their feed. http://www.r-bloggers.com/ In part a, I presented a series of barplots which showed that the plurality of police

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The Egyptian Revolution, in tweets

February 16, 2011
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The Egyptian Revolution, in tweets

Twitter played a significant role in the recent uprising in Egypt, with protesters communicating via tweets marked with the #25bahman hastag (February 14 in the arabic calendar) to plan and rally for the demonstration. Michael Bommarito downloaded all such tweets and plotted their frequency over time using R's ggplot2 library: Not surprisingly, the activity peaked on February 14. The...

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Mapping London’s Population Change 1801-2030

February 16, 2011
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Mapping London’s Population Change 1801-2030

Buried in the London Datastore are the population estimates for each of the London Boroughs between 2001 – 2030. They predict a declining population for most boroughs with the exception of a few to the east. I was surprised by this general decline and also the numbers involved- I expected larger changes from one year to ...

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Regional Variation in Law Enforcement Deaths – Part A

February 15, 2011
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Regional Variation in Law Enforcement Deaths – Part A

In recent months, there has been a series of high profile incidents in the United States where police officers were killed. While such events are unfortunate, the data suggests that it is extremely rare for an officer to be harmed or killed while on duty. In this post, I examine whether there are significant regional

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The Most Romantic Electro-Grunge Statistical Computing Song Ever Made

February 14, 2011
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The Most Romantic Electro-Grunge Statistical Computing Song Ever Made

Warning message: This song contains highly suggestive coefficients and graphic depictions of exuberant R-core lovin’. “Plotting Ihaka” is based on Rotting Piñata by Sponge, and reflects a small measure of my boundless joy in the world of R. Despite being a firm proponent of muffins, I can confidently say that I would rather live in

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The cranky guide to trying R packages

February 13, 2011
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The cranky guide to trying R packages

This is a tutorial on how to try out a new package in R. The summary is: expect errors, search out errors and don’t start with the built in examples or real data. Suppose you want to try out a novel statistical technique? A good fraction of the time R is your best bet forRelated posts:

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Statistical Analysis with R, a Review

February 12, 2011
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Statistical Analysis with R, a Review

Long Version: I have a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science.  I’m pretty handy when it comes to

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