2051 search results for "ggplot"

Quick scatterplot with associated histograms

July 22, 2010
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Quick scatterplot with associated histograms

R can produce some beautiful graphics, and there are some excellent packages, such as lattice and ggplot2 to represent data in original ways.  But sometimes, all you want to do is explore the realtionship between pairs of variables with the minimum of fuss. In this post we’ll use the data which we imported in the

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BP Oil and Gas Recovery

July 21, 2010
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BP Oil and Gas Recovery

As mentioned in a previous post, the US Department of Energy has been providing data about the Deepwater Horizon as it becomes available.  Recently, the amount of oil and gas recovered was made available.  The spreadsheet includes a grap...

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Analysing the ISMB 2010 meeting using R

July 20, 2010
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Analysing the ISMB 2010 meeting using R

The colossus of bioinformatics meetings, ISMB, convened in Boston this year from July 9 – 13. As in recent years, the meeting was covered online at its website, FriendFeed and Twitter. I thought it would be fun to run a quick analysis of activity at the FriendFeed room using R. 1. Fetch the data We

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Analyze Online R User Conference Data

July 19, 2010
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Analyze Online R User Conference Data

The R User Conference 2010 will be underway shortly - and what better way to commemorate the event than to  blast out some R code related to the conference?  HTML tables on websites for the past three years list participants an...

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Cherry Picking to Generalize ~ retrospective meta-power analysis using Cohen’s f^2 of NASA temp + visualization

July 17, 2010
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Cherry Picking to Generalize ~ retrospective meta-power analysis using Cohen’s f^2 of NASA temp + visualization

Previously, I plotted a grid of NASA GISS global temps in ggplot2 to show general trends by the brute force method. Here, I will again use the brute force method to do a simple power analysis on a portion of the data (data here). The general aim is to figure out what the minimum sample

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What (Search Engines Think) People Want

July 17, 2010
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What (Search Engines Think) People Want

R O How G8 U R!Hey, R U there? Having used the R language for awhile now, I would like to let you know that R works - in fact R works really well. If you keep up with R news this should be no surprise...this is, after all...an r blog! R and R alone c...

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In case you missed it: June Roundup

July 16, 2010
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Wow, is it the middle of July already? Anyway, in case you missed them, here are some articles from June of particular interest to R users. We noted that the program for the annual R user conference, useR! 2010, has been announced. (I and the rest of the Revolution team are looking forward to seeing all the R folks...

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Because it’s Friday: Analytics of an Engagement

July 16, 2010
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Because it’s Friday: Analytics of an Engagement

The always-interesting R blogger and political scientist Drew Conway -- and self-styled luckiest man on earth -- just announced some very happy news: he just got engaged to his future wife! Congratulations, Drew! (Drew proposed the traditional way, on a lovely European vacation. But if he'd just held off a couple of days he could have proposed via towel-clad...

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Anatomy of a Life-Milestone Announcement on Facebook

July 15, 2010
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Anatomy of a Life-Milestone Announcement on Facebook

As I have mentioned, I recently returned for a lovely trip to Europe. While on vacation my brilliant, beautiful, funny, and all around perfect girlfriend accepted my invitation to be my wife. Pause for shared overwhelming feeling of joy… While I am still basking in the glow of being the luckiest man on Earth, as

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Creating a Presentation with LaTeX Beamer – Tables

July 14, 2010
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Creating a Presentation with LaTeX Beamer – Tables

Tables of information can be included in a LaTeX beamer presentation in the same way that they would be incorporated into any other LaTeX document. The tabular environment is used and, if necessary, the tables could be numbered but this probably doesn’t make as much sense as labelling and numbering tables within an article or

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