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Winston Chang’s “Interactive Graphics with ggvis” at useR! 2014

August 14, 2014
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Winston Chang’s “Interactive Graphics with ggvis” talk at useR! 2014 was in many ways a...

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Visit of Di Cook

August 12, 2014
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Visit of Di Cook

Next week, Professor Di Cook from Iowa State University is visiting my research group at Monash University. Di is a world leader in data visualization, and is especially well-known for her work on interactive graphics and the XGobi and GGobi software. See her book with Deb Swayne for details. For those wanting to hear her speak, read on. Research seminar She...

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Venn figures go wrong

August 12, 2014
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Venn figures go wrong

I thought nothing could top the classic “6-way Venn banana”, featured in The banana (Musa acuminata) genome and the evolution of monocotyledonous plants. That is until I saw Figure 3 from Compact genome of the Antarctic midge is likely an adaptation to an extreme environment. What’s odd is that Figure 2 in the latter paper

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A Conversation with Hadley Wickham – the useR! 2014 interview

August 11, 2014
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Hadley Wickham is famous. He’s not Kardashian famous, but walking around useR! and seeing the community’s reaction to him, there’s no question, he’s ‘R famous’. If you have the good fortune to see his talks, tutorials, or sessions in person, you owe it to yourself to do so.

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Guns are cool – Regions

August 10, 2014
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Guns are cool – Regions

This was supposed to be a post in which General Social Surveys (GSS) data were used to understand a bit more about the causation of differences between states. Thus it was to give additioanl insight than my previous post; Guns are Cool - Differenc...

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Making Maps with a Punchline

August 6, 2014
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Making Maps with a Punchline

I’ve had a lifelong fascination with maps, and working with R definitely enables my map...

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Results of the Readers’ Survey

August 5, 2014
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Results of the Readers’ Survey

 First of all, let me say “Thank You” to all of the 357 people who completed the survey. I was hoping for 100, so needless to say the response blew away my expectations. This endeavor seems like a worthwhile effort to do once a year. Next year I will refine the...

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Simpler R coding with pipes > the present and future of the magrittr package

August 5, 2014
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Simpler R coding with pipes > the present and future of the magrittr package

This is a guest post by Stefan Milton, the author of the magrittr package which introduces the %>% operator to R programming. Preface (by Tal Galili) I was first introduced to the %>% (a.k.a: pipe) operator in R, thanks to Hadley Wickham’s (fascinating) dplyr tutorial (link to the workshop’s material) at useR!2014. After several discussions during the conference (including one very

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Dodged bar charts, why not a line graph?

August 4, 2014
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Dodged bar charts, why not a line graph?

I often see graphs that are poorly implemented in that they do not achieve their goal. One such type of graph that I see are dodged bar charts. Here is an example of a dodged bar chart summarizing the number of all star players by team (focusing spec...

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butteRfly

August 4, 2014
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Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee (Muhammad Ali) The Butterfly Curve was discovered by Temple H. Fay when he was in Southern University, Mississippi, and rapidly gained the attention of students and mathematicians because of its beautiful simmetry. Small dots of this plot are generated according to parametric equations of the Butterfly Curve. Big

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