Several R packages provide an interface to query map services (Google Maps, Stamen Maps or OpenStreetMap) to obtain raster images …
Our 5th Cologne R user group meeting was the best attended meeting so far, with 20 members finding their way to the Institute of Sociology for two talks by Diego de Castillo on shiny and Stephan Holtmeier on cluster analysis, followed by beer and schnitzel at the Lux, a gastropub nearby.
Enrollments are still open for the Level III Guerrilla Data Analysis Techniques class to be held during the week May 6—10. Early-bird discounts are still available. Enquire when you register. As usual, all classes are held at our lovely Larkspur...
Still going through the book Veterinary Epidemiologic Research and today it’s chapter 18, modelling count and rate data. I’ll have a look at Poisson and negative binomial regressions in R. We use count regression when the outcome we are measuring is a count of number of times an event occurs in an individual or group
In 2009, I wrote about a way to show density plots along both dimensions of a plot. When I ran the code again to adapt it to a new project, it didn't work because ggplot2 has become better in the meantime. Below is the updated code. Using the gridExtra...
# function to get zip file names
# function to plug into sapply
# download all zip-files
# function for unzipping
# unzip all files in dir and delete them afterwards
sapply(list.files(pattern = "*.zip"),...
Note: I started this post way back when the NCAA men's basketball tournament was going on, but didn't finish it until now. Since the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament has moved to 64 teams, a 16 seed as never upset a 1 seed. You might be tempted to say ...
I was Inspired from Ben Frys all Streets project. There he plotted all streets of the United States of America (about 240 million segments). I tried this first for the countries in Europe, France has about 22 million segments, with the goal to get an all street map of Europe. My data source originate from