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Simulating Sudden Oak Death Dynamics

November 16, 2012
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Simulating Sudden Oak Death Dynamics

I am working on a project with the Rizzo Lab examining the dynamics of Sudden Oak Death (SOD). I really have to write more about this, but today I’m just going to post the results of an initial exercise. Here I attempt to replicate model results from Cobb et al. (2012). The model in that paper simulates...

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Excel + Cytoscape + R = ExCytR

November 16, 2012
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Excel + Cytoscape + R = ExCytR

My new project is coming along nicely and should be released early 2013. It builds on the structures developed in imDEV to link Excel, Cytoscape and R using RExcel,  RCytoscape, and CytoscapeRPC . This trio can be used to rapidly generate beautiful and  informative network representations of data. Here is an example of a  undirected Gaussian graphical

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Exit PEBOS – Enter exit polls

November 16, 2012
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Exit PEBOS – Enter exit polls

PEBOS is over. Time to look at the details of the Election. The final results are not yet in, but the exit polls are there, and up for grabs. Just to get warm: here's a tiny example.Obviously Romney had an age problem. But for now I don't want to specu...

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What does R do? Bring people together, of course!

November 15, 2012
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What does R do? Bring people together, of course!

Last night we had a great meet up of the Montreal R User Group. I got things started with a little presentation asking the question “What does R do?” (slides). I made the presentation using Montreal R User Group member Ramnath Vaidyanathan‘s Slidify package. Slidify allows you to generate rather handsome HTML5 slides directly using

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Innovation in Statistical Computing

November 15, 2012
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In A Capitalist’s Dilemma, Whoever Wins on Tuesday, Clayton Christensen lays out three kinds of innovations through which an industry cycles: Empowering Innovations - those that offer products and services to a new customer base. The classic empowering (or disruptive) innovation is Ford Motor Company’s introduction of the low-cost Model T coupled with the ability of Ford’s own...

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Fun with R graphics: A raptor and a cake

November 15, 2012
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Fun with R graphics: A raptor and a cake

I like to explore the graphics features of R.  Base graphics, ggplot2 are my favourites. On  other graphics packages, I haven’t used plotrix much. I am currently exploring grid package. Raptor First one is using ggplot2. (you could also do … Continue reading →The post Fun with R graphics: A raptor and a cake appeared first on...

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Building a Simple Web App using R

November 13, 2012
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Building a Simple Web App using R

I’ve been interested in building a web app using R for a while, but never put any time into it until I was informed of the Shiny package.  It looked too easy, so I absolutely had to try it out. First you need to install the package from the command line . options(repos=c(RStudio="http://rstudio.org/_packages", getOption("repos"))) install.packages("shiny")

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My first R GUI

November 13, 2012
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My first R GUI

This post is a huge jump from the last two - this is not for beginners!! But if you've ever considered building a GUI in R, looked at some of the online documentation, gotten scared, and decided not to, read this!!! Ok here goes. Dorian Auto GUI Setup: I built this for a school project. The basic problem setup is from...

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The R-Podcast Episode 11: Reproducible Analysis Part 1 (Introduction)

November 13, 2012
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Season 2 of the R-Podcast is up and running! This episode begins a multi-part series on reproducible analysis using R. In this episode I discuss the usage of Sweave and LaTeX for producing reproducible reports, an introduction to the capabilities of the knitr package (more episodes will be coming dedicated to this package), and my

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Gradient Word Clouds

November 12, 2012
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Gradient Word Clouds

I like word clouds because they are visually appealing and provide a ton of information in a small space. Ever since I saw Drew Conway’s post (LINK) I have been looking for ways to improve word clouds. One of the … Continue reading →

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