158 search results for "googleVis"

googleVis library on use

June 26, 2011
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googleVis library on use

Data on the map While surfing around the Internet I accidentally found the googleVis library for R and especially the gvisGeoMap-function which creates a map based on country data.  In a table hockey scene we have a great World Ranking … Continue reading →

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googleVis-0.2.4 requires older version of RJSONIO (0.5-0) #rstats

May 29, 2011
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googleVis-0.2.4 requires older version of RJSONIO (0.5-0) #rstats

Downgrade to RJSONIO 0.5 if you want to be able to set initial states with the current googleVis package. Otherwise, there will be lots of extra backslashes in your JavaScript--and blank pages in your browser.

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R Code for googleVis Demo

January 12, 2011
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R Code for googleVis Demo

# ------------------------------------------------------------------# | PROGRAM NAME: googleVis_R# | DATE: 1/12/11 # | CREATED BY: Matt Bogard# | PROJECT FILE: # |----------------------------------------------------------------# | PURPOSE: ...

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Create Motion Charts in R with the GoogleVis package

January 11, 2011
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Hans Rosling popularized Motion Charts -- 2-d scatterplots that animate over time -- with the GapMinder project. Motion Charts were taken to their augmented-reality extreme in this clip from the BBC programme, The Joy of Stats, but now you can create similar (if less audacious) motion charts for yourself with just R and a Flash-enabled browser. First, you'll need...

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Do you believe in World Cup superstition?

June 24, 2014
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Do you believe in World Cup superstition?

If you believe in supernatural causality, you will love what the numbers of the World Cup have to say which team is going to win this Cup in Brazil. According to this numerology approach neither Brazil nor Germany or Netherlands will be the winner, but Uruguay. The table below shows my reason. This was produced

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Who wants to learn R? Sharing DataCamp’s user stats and insights.

June 16, 2014
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Who wants to learn R? Sharing DataCamp’s user stats and insights.

When building an online education start-up for R the number one criterion to meet is the following: identify an increasing interest in learning R online. Once this box is checked, it is time to start thinking of the second most important criterion: establish a teaching approach that makes people so excited that they keep coming back to learn more,

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Visualizing asylum statistics

May 30, 2014
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Visualizing asylum statistics

Note: of potential interest to R users for the dynamic Google chart generated via googleVis in R and discussed towards the end of the post. Here you can go directly to the graph. An emergency refugee center, opened in September … Continue reading →

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Notes from the Kölner R meeting, 23 May 2014

May 27, 2014
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Notes from the Kölner R meeting, 23 May 2014

The 10th Kölner R user meeting took place last Friday at the Institute of Sociology and to celebrate the anniversary we invited Andrie de Vries to join us from Revolution Analytics. Andrie is well known in the R community; he is the co-author of the R for Dummies book and an active contributor on stackoverflow....

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Next Kölner R User Meeting: Friday, 23 May 2014

May 20, 2014
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Next Kölner R User Meeting: Friday, 23 May 2014

The next Cologne R user group meeting is scheduled for this Friday, 23 May 2014. To celebrate our 10th meeting we welcome: Andrie de Vries (Revolution Analytics and Co-author of R for Dummies): Taking R to the Enterprise Markus Gesmann: googleVis overview and recent developments Followed by drinks and schnitzel at the Lux.Further details available on our...

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On the carbon footprint of the NBA

May 11, 2014
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On the carbon footprint of the NBA

It’s no secret that I enjoy basketball, but I’ve often wondered about the carbon footprint that can be caused by 30 teams each playing an 82-game season. Ultimately, that’s 2460 air flights across the whole of the USA, each carrying 30+ individuals. For these reasons, I decided to investigate the average distance travelled by each NBA

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