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In case you missed it: February Roundup

March 9, 2011
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from February of particular interest to R users. Revolution R Enterprise 4.2 is now available to subscribers, and for free download to academics. A brief report from the Strata: Working with Data conference, and a comprehensive review from Ted Leung. A profile of prolific R contributor, Dirk Eddelbuettel. A list...

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Comparing two-dimensional data sets in R

March 9, 2011
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Comparing two-dimensional data sets in R

I wanted to fit a continuous function to a discrete 2D distribution in R. I managed to do this by using nls, and wanted to display the data. I discovered a nice way to compare the actual data and the fit using ggplot2, where the background is the real ...

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Comparing two-dimensional data sets in R

March 9, 2011
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Comparing two-dimensional data sets in R

I wanted to fit a continuous function to a discrete 2D distribution in R. I managed to do this by using nls, and wanted to display the data. I discovered a nice way to compare the actual data and the fit using ggplot2, where the background is the real ...

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An enhanced Kaplan-Meier plot

March 8, 2011
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An enhanced Kaplan-Meier plot

We often see, in publications, a Kaplan-Meier survival plot, with a table of the number of subjects at risk at different time points aligned below the figure. I needed this type of plot (or really, matrices of such plots) for an upcoming publication. Of course, my preferred toolbox was R and the ggplot2 package. There

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Alabama is a foreign country

March 7, 2011
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Alabama is a foreign country

Faculty and students of Iowa State University Department of Statistics published online an analysis of the data on 2009 distributions of the US Stimulus funds, aka the Recovery And Reinvestment Act. (The analysis was published in March last year as part of the Design for America competition, but I only recently came across it.) The analyses and associated charts...

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Visualizing the Language Used by Academics when Protected by Anonymity

March 7, 2011
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Those in the political science discipline probably remember their first encounter with poliscijobrumors.com. For those outside, you have probably never heard of this particular message board, and you would have no reason to. As the URL suggests, the board specializes in rumor, gossip, back-bitting, mudslinging, and the occasional lucid thread on the political science

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Choropleths Made Easy!

March 5, 2011
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Choropleths Made Easy!

Choropleth Maps are very useful to visualize spatial trends. There have been several blog posts providing detailed instructions on how to create a choropleth map in R using map, spplot and ggplot2. However, I believe that the p...

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Five ways to visualize your pairwise comparisons

March 5, 2011
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Five ways to visualize your pairwise comparisons

In data analysis it is often nice to look at all pairwise combinations of continuous variables in scatterplots. Up until recently, I have used the function splom in the package lattice, but ggplot2 has superior aesthetics, I think anyway.Here a fe...

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The easiest way to get UTR sequence

March 2, 2011
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I just figure out the way to query UTR sequence from ensembl by biomart tool. It is very simple compare with using bioperl to parse gbk file to extract UTR sequence. Read More: 232 Words Totally

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The easiest way to get UTR sequence

March 2, 2011
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I just figure out the way to query UTR sequences from ensembl by biomart tool. It is very simple compared with using bioperl to parse gbk files to extract UTR sequences. Read More: 236 Words Totally

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