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I’m following you in Twitter…are you following me back?

If you spend some time on Twitter, you might have some followers and some people that you follow...the more time you spend, the more people you're going to interact with...Sometimes, you just realized that you're following some many people that might o...

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The world’s top seven airlines in the style of…

June 8, 2012
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The world’s top seven airlines in the style of…

The world’s top seven airlines in the style of NASA’s earth at night. (via Mapping the World’s Biggest Airlines | Spatial Analysis)

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RSMC 2011 Typhoon Tracks

June 8, 2012
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RSMC 2011 Typhoon Tracks

While at Puerto Princesa Airport in Palawan and waiting for my flight back to Manila, I opened my laptop and started doing what I usually do (practice may skills in R) on my idle time. With some inspirations from spatialanalysis.co.uk, I tried to make ...

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Earthquake Density in the Philippines (2011-2012)

June 7, 2012
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Earthquake Density in the Philippines (2011-2012)

 Using the same data and package from my previous post, but minor tweak on the code, I produced the map below:

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Choosing colour palettes. Part II: Educated Choices.

June 7, 2012
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Choosing colour palettes. Part II: Educated Choices.

There are many resources on the use of colours in R, several packages, and a number of schemes already implemented in ggplot2. In the previous part, we saw how ggplot2 selects a default colour palette according to the type of variable, discrete or cont...

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Poverty Incidence in the Philippines

June 6, 2012
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Poverty Incidence in the Philippines

Every three (3) years, the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) publish data on provincial poverty incidence in the Philippines. Using R, I put the tabulated poverty incidence data into maps to check pattern and changes on the country's pr...

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Simulating the Birthday Problem with data derived probabilities

June 6, 2012
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Simulating the Birthday Problem with data derived probabilities

You've probably heard of the Birthday Paradox: it only takes a small gathering of people before it's quite likely that two of them share the same birthday. You can solve the problem analytically or with simulation, but usually in either case simplifying assumptions are made (no-one born on February 29, for example). Joe Rickert uses Revolution R Enterprise 6...

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Body Weight in the United States – Part 1, "The Problem"

June 6, 2012
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Body Weight in the United States – Part 1, "The Problem"

The Problem In the United States, people are getting fatter and they are doing so at an alarming rate.So What?Being fat isn't just a social stigma - it's unhealthy in nearly every facet of life. Staying in this condition brings high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma and arthritis to name...

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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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R-NOLD 2012-06-06 03:18:00

June 6, 2012
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R-NOLD 2012-06-06 03:18:00

While traveling across the Visayas, I encountered barangay (villages) with the name same as my last name. Using R and map data from gadm.org I search and mapped other villages in the country named “Salvacion”.

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