1951 search results for "ggplot"

Hurst as Relative Strength

June 21, 2011
By
Hurst as Relative Strength

THIS IS NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE AND COULD EASILY RESULT IN SIGNIFICANT LOSSES. As an extension to Testing Hurst with Multiple Indexes and Exploring the Market with Hurst, we also might employ our new Hurst signal as a relative strength determinant. ...

Read more »

A year of Chicago’s crime, in 30 seconds

June 21, 2011
By

Yesterday Brett Goldstein, the Chief Data Officer for the City of Chicago, announced on Twitter the release of Chicago’s crime data for the past year. The data is very detailed, and wonderful resource for criminologist and social scientists alike. I have been playing around with the data a bit, and have produced an animation

Read more »

Job offer: R-Square is looking for an R Statistician

June 21, 2011
By

This is a guest post by Kyle Stokley. ————— My name is Kyle and I am an IT recruiter for R-Square.  I currently have an opening in Durham NC with a fortune 100 company based out of NJ for a Statistician with R-Programming Experience. Job Title: Statistician Qualifications: MS or PhD in statistics with 0-10 years work experience. R...

Read more »

Statistics.com Review

June 20, 2011
By

Disclaimer: All prices and classes are approximate and should be confirmed at www.statistics.com as they can change. A comment from my previous post asked me about the experience I had in taking courses from statistics.com (www.statistics.com). To help...

Read more »

Visualization Meetup at the Googleplex

June 20, 2011
By
Visualization Meetup at the Googleplex

Earlier this month we were excited to host a joint meetup with the Bay Area visualization group and the Bay Area R user group at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View.Hadley Wickham from Rice University came and gave a talk on Interactive Graphics in R. Earlier in the day we...

Read more »

Tracking execution paths

June 18, 2011
By
Tracking execution paths

Earlier this week, I was trying to figure out the path of execution through a big chunk of code. Once you reach a certain size of codebase, tracking which function gets called when can be tricky. My first thought for dealing with this was to add a message line at the start of each function

Read more »

Statistical Analysis of the LAC Degerloch Volkslauf 2010

June 15, 2011
By
Statistical Analysis of the LAC Degerloch Volkslauf 2010

Inspired by a post by a R-blogger my interest was piqued to examine the runs in my athletic club. Therefore, I started R and analysed he LAC Degerloch Volkslauf 2010; a 10km race near Stuttgart-Hoffeld. Next lines, I present this statistical examination. The data can be found at: data. Firstly, I converted the data

Read more »

R: Analyisis of a Sport Event

June 15, 2011
By
R: Analyisis of a Sport Event

Inspired by a post by a

Read more »

Wilcoxon Champagne test

June 14, 2011
By
Wilcoxon Champagne test

As an appetizer for Paris triathlon, Jérôme and I ran as a team last week-end an adventure racing in Champagne region (it mainly consists in running, cycling, canoeing, with a flavor of orienteering, and Champagne is kept for the end). It was organized by Ecole Polytechnique students who, for the first time, divided Saturday’s legs

Read more »

Donor analysis in R – Smith for Congress

June 13, 2011
By
Donor analysis in R – Smith for Congress

In a previous post I introduced the Smith for Congress data set. The data is 49k contributions made by individuals to a congressional campaign for the 2006-2010 electoral cycles. Smith for Congress is not the name of the actual campaign. Individual contributions are not required to be disclosed by a campaign unless the individual donates

Read more »