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The heat is on…. or is it? Trend Analysis of Toronto Climate Data

May 27, 2013
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The heat is on…. or is it? Trend Analysis of Toronto Climate Data

The following is a guest post from Joel Harrrison, PhD, consulting Aquatic Scientist.For a luddite like me, this is a big step – posting something on the inter-web.  I’m not on Facebook.  I don’t know what Twitter is.  Hell, I don’t even own a smartphone.  But, I’ve been a devoted follower of Myles’ blog for some time,...

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Writing a Minimal Working Example (MWE) in R

May 27, 2013
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Writing a Minimal Working Example (MWE) in R

How to Ask for Help using R How to Ask for Help using R The key to getting good help with an R problem is to provide a minimally working reproducible example (MWRE). Making an MWRE is really easy with R, and it will help ensure that...

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Log Transformations for Skewed and Wide Distributions

May 27, 2013
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Log Transformations for Skewed and Wide Distributions

This is a guest article by Nina Zumel and John Mount, authors of the new book Practical Data Science with R. For readers of this blog, there is a 50% discount off the “Practical Data Science with R” book, simply by using the code pdswrblo when reaching checkout (until …Read more »

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Creating a presence-absence raster from point data

May 27, 2013
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Creating a presence-absence raster from point data

I’m working on generating species distribution models at the moment for a few hundred species. Which means that I’m trying to automate as many steps as possible in R to avoid having to click buttons hundreds of times in ArcView. … Continue reading →

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BISON USGS species occurrence data

May 27, 2013
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BISON USGS species occurrence data

The USGS recently released a way to search for and get species occurrence records for the USA. The service is called BISON (Biodiversity Information Serving Our Nation). The service has a web interface for human interaction in a browser, and two APIs (application programming interface) to allow machines to interact with their database. One of the...

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BISON USGS species occurrence data

May 27, 2013
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BISON USGS species occurrence data

The USGS recently released a way to search for and get species occurrence records for the USA. The service is called BISON (Biodiversity Information Serving Our Nation). The service has a web interface for human interaction in a browser, and two APIs (application programming interface) to allow machines to interact with their database. One of the...

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Down and Dirty Forecasting: Part 2

May 24, 2013
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Down and Dirty Forecasting: Part 2

This is the second part of the forecasting exercise, where I am looking at a multiple regression. To keep it simple I chose the states that boarder WI and the US unemployment information for the regression. Again this is a down and dirty analysis, I wo...

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Down and Dirty Forecasting: Part 1

May 24, 2013
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Down and Dirty Forecasting: Part 1

I wanted to see what I could do in a hurry using the commands found at Forecasting: Principles and Practice . I chose a simple enough data set of Wisconsin Unemployment from 1976 to the present (April 2013). I kept the last 12 months worth of...

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Big Data Analytics in R – the tORCH has been lit!

May 22, 2013
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My Prime Sieve – Homage to Yitan Zhang

May 22, 2013
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My Prime Sieve – Homage to Yitan Zhang

# As a homage to Yitang Zhang who has proven a mind-bending property of Prime Pairs, I have written a prime Sieve to detect all of the prime numbers from 1 to N. # There might very well be a function in the base package that already does this. No...

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