3363 search results for "map"

NEWS of my BioC packages

April 20, 2015
By
NEWS of my BioC packages

GOSemSim GOSemSim was first implemented in 2008 and published in Bioinformatics in 2010. It's now a mature package with no bugs found in the past half year. Only vignette and Information content data were updated. clusterProfiler Read More: 2385 Words Totally

Read more »

R, GRanges objects and intersecting them

April 20, 2015
By

I discovered unpredicted behavior when intersecting GRanges objects; this is how to avoid the same problem I found.  Maybe my intuition wasn’t good, but this represents the a bad type of bug; a silent one.  If I had not spotted it, I would have lost several nonsynonymous KRAS mutations in my dataset. If you want to … Continue reading...

Read more »

R vs QGIS for sustainable transport planning

April 19, 2015
By
R vs QGIS for sustainable transport planning

The 23rd iteration of the GIS Research UK conference (#GISRUK) conference was the largest ever. 250 researchers, industry representatives and academics attended from the vibrant geospatial research communities in the UK, Europe and beyond. GISRUK has become a centrepoint for discussion of new methods, software and applications in the field. I was on the organising committee, reviewed some excellent papers for the event (a full list...

Read more »

Analysing The Rock ‘n’ Roll Madrid Marathon

April 18, 2015
By
Analysing The Rock ‘n’ Roll Madrid Marathon

Nobody’s going to win all the time. On the highway of life you can’t always be in the fast lane (Haruki Murakami, What I Talk About When I Talk About Running) I started running two years ago and one if my dreams is to run a marathon someday. One month ago I run my first … Continue reading...

Read more »

Hash Table Performance in R: Part III In Part I of this series, I explained how R hashed…

April 17, 2015
By

Hash Table Performance in R: Part III In Part I of this series, I explained how R hashed environments are superior to vectors or lists when you’re in need of an associative array. In Part II I explained the three main operations you want to perform on hash tables and how you should implement them for optimal performance. This time around...

Read more »

R 3.2.0 is released (+ using the installr package to upgrade in Windows OS)

April 17, 2015
By
R 3.2.0 is released (+ using the installr package to upgrade in Windows OS)

R 3.2.0 (codename “Full of Ingredients”) was released yesterday. You can get the latest binaries version from here. (or the .tar.gz source code from here). The full list of new features and bug fixes is provided below. Upgrading to R 3.2.0 on Windows If you are using Windows you can easily upgrade to the latest version of R using the installr … Continue reading...

Read more »

Animated great circles 2: smoother lines

April 16, 2015
By
Animated great circles 2: smoother lines

Here is draft two of my great circle arcs R animation. This time I focused on improving the smoothness of the lines and removing some buggy line behavior, keeping it on a flat map for now. As with DRAFT 1, the YouTube video is of significantly reduced quality, to the point that you will see

Read more »

Scraping Web Pages With R

April 15, 2015
By
Scraping Web Pages With R

One of the things I tend to avoid doing in R, partly because there are better tools elsewhere, is screenscraping. With the release of the new rvest package, I thought I’d have a go at what amounts to one of the simplest webscraping activites – grabbing HTML tables out of webpages. The tables I had

Read more »

The Problem with Propensity Scores

April 14, 2015
By
The Problem with Propensity Scores

Are Propensity Scores Useful? Effect estimation for treatments using observation data isn't always straight forward. For example, it is very common that patients who are treated with a certain medication or procedure are healthier than those who are not treated. Those who aren't treated may not be...

Read more »

The Problem with Propensity Scores

April 14, 2015
By
The Problem with Propensity Scores

Are Propensity Scores Useful? Effect estimation for treatments using observation data isn't always straight forward. For example, it is very common that patients who are treated with a certain medication or procedure are healthier than those who are not treated. Those who aren't treated may not be...

Read more »

Sponsors

Mango solutions



RStudio homepage



Zero Inflated Models and Generalized Linear Mixed Models with R

Dommino data lab

Quantide: statistical consulting and training



http://www.eoda.de







ODSC

ODSC

CRC R books series





Six Sigma Online Training





Contact us if you wish to help support R-bloggers, and place your banner here.

Never miss an update!
Subscribe to R-bloggers to receive
e-mails with the latest R posts.
(You will not see this message again.)

Click here to close (This popup will not appear again)