1858 search results for "ggplot2"

GEO database: curation lagging behind submission?

August 30, 2010
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GEO database: curation lagging behind submission?

I was reading an old post that describes GEOmetadb, a downloadable database containing metadata from the GEO database. We had a brief discussion in the comments about the growth in GSE records (user-submitted) versus GDS records (curated datasets) over time. Below, some quick and dirty R code to examine the issue, using the Bioconductor GEOmetadb

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Fractals in R

August 27, 2010
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Fractals in R

Atte Tenkanen had a blog on fractals using R for a time. Much of his source code is still available online.  To produce his version of the Mandelbrot set:source('http://users.utu.fi/attenka/mandelbrot_set.R')Fractals (such...

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Fractals in R

August 27, 2010
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Fractals in R

Atte Tenkanen had a blog on fractals using R for a time. Much of his source code is still available online.  To produce his version of the Mandelbrot set:source('http://users.utu.fi/attenka/mandelbrot_set.R')Fractals (such...

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ProjectTemplate

August 26, 2010
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Introduction As many people already know, I’ve recently uploaded a new R package called ProjectTemplate to GitHub and CRAN. The ProjectTemplate package provides a function, create.project(), that automatically builds a directory for a new R project with a clean sub-directory structure and automatic data and library loading tools. My hope is that standardized data loading,

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Oh (de)bugger!

August 26, 2010
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Oh (de)bugger!

By number of questions asked, R passed MATLAB for the first time on Stack Overflow today. Thus it seems an appropriate time to write my first R-based post. This post concerns what to  do when your R-code goes pear shaped. Back in June there were a couple of very good videos on R debugging that

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How Safe is Your Money?

August 24, 2010
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How Safe is Your Money?

The FDIC regularly publishes a Failed Bank List and related statistics.  This post uses data in the original XLS from the FDIC web site which is formatted for human consumption to produce the charts below using R.  Note that 2010 data be...

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What’s for lunch? Private browsing.

August 23, 2010
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What’s for lunch? Private browsing.

Over at the Mozilla Metrics blog, Mozillan Hamilton Ulmer uses R and ggplot2 to look at when people (or at least, Firefox users that volunteered to share their usage data) enable private browsing. Turns out it isn't just "porn mode" after all: the main use turns out to be lunchtime browsing away from the employer's prying eyes: Follow the...

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Map of Upcoming Ruby Conferences

August 21, 2010
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Map of Upcoming Ruby Conferences

One of the top searches on rubyflow is “conference”.  A recent post showed how to create a map with the location of the 2010 R User Conference.  So why not expand on the subject and create a map with numerous conference locations thr...

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Programming Language Popularity: StackOverflow and Ohloh

August 17, 2010
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Programming Language Popularity: StackOverflow and Ohloh

In the following example, programming language popularity is measured based upon two data sets.  The first is the number of  contributors associated with a language on ohloh.net.  The second is tag usage at stackoverflow.c...

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Unit Testing in R: The Bare Minimum

August 17, 2010
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Introduction This week I decided to start unit testing my R code, so I taught myself the bare minimum about the RUnit and testthat packages to be able to use them. Here’s what I found necessary to get started writing tests with both packages. RUnit Basic Example I’m going to assume that you’ve got a

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