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London 2012 Olympics — world record in women 400-metre medley

August 22, 2012
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London 2012 Olympics — world record in women 400-metre medley

I’ve been going through the medal statistics in London 2012 Olympics recently. I was planning to present some extra charts, such as medal-per-milli-population or medal-vs-GDP. However, it’s a little boring to present the same kind of charts. Thus, I’d like to look into some particular … Continue reading →

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Creating beautiful reports from R with knitr

August 21, 2012
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Creating beautiful reports from R with knitr

People use the R language every day to create the elements of reports: tables, charts, analyses, and forecasts. But assembling all of that information into a print-ready document laid out with text can a hassle. You can cut-and-paste all of the elements into Word, but then what do you do when the data file gets updated at the last...

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London 2012 Olympics — medal statistics

August 14, 2012
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London 2012 Olympics — medal statistics

The 2012 Olympic Games officially ended this Sunday in London. Although I missed most of the games, I was still entertaining myself with some hilarious news, such as Thomas’s re-diving. So much fun. I would remember this for years :) Games ended. … Continue reading →

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The Environmental Performance Index, visualized with R

July 31, 2012
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The Environmental Performance Index, visualized with R

The Environmental Performance Index (EPI) ranks countries on performance indicators for environmental public health and ecosystem vitality. Yale University hosts the EPI website, which was used to present the 2012 EPI Rankings to world leaders at the 2012 World Economic Forum at Davos. The Country Profiles section of the website allowed members to browse the performance characteristics of their...

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Napa Valley wine tasting map: interactive version

July 12, 2012
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Napa Valley wine tasting map: interactive version

Got some great reactions to the Napa Valley wine tasting map made with the ggmap package I posted on Monday. A couple of people asked if similar maps could be made for other wine regions (like Australia's Hunter Valley, or the Walla Walla region in Washington): provided you have a list of winery addresses, tweaks to the same R...

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Applying a function successively in R

July 3, 2012
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Applying a function successively in R

At the R in Finance conference Paul Teetor gave a fantastic talk about Fast(er) R Code. Paul mentioned the common higher-order function Reduce, which I hadn't used before. Reduce allows me to apply a function successively over a vector. What does that...

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SYTYCD — where are these terrific dancers come from?

June 29, 2012
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It’s Saturday midnight and I’m already sleepy. However, after several hours, I finally got this google geographic map embedded in my post. Aha!!! This is about 20 finalists from the 9th season of So You Think You Can Dance. I count the states … Continue reading →

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eoda publishes interactiveGGPLOT – interactive graphics with ggplot2

June 22, 2012
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One of Rs great strengths compared to other statistic solutions or programming languages ​​is the amount of possibilities for creating well-designed publication-quality plots. Almost all plot types can be created with any amount of fine tuning. R works on small data sets as well as on big data. In addition to Rs base-graphics various add-on

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Facts About R Packages (2)

June 6, 2012
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R Packages All Well maintained? There are so many R packages, can they all be trusted? or are they well maintained? To answer this question, we just need to take a look of their archive histories. If a package has many versions, we can take that as the authors spent a lot of time to make their packages perfect, these...

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