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Presidential Debates with qdap-beta

October 4, 2012
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Presidential Debates with qdap-beta

qdap brief intro For the past year I’ve been working on a package (qdap) to assist my field in quantitative discourse analysis; basically looking at patterns in language. It’s still a ways from being finished and lacks documentation (roxygen2 is … Continue reading →

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Garmin data visualization

October 4, 2012
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Garmin data visualization

People go on rage, when governments initiate surveillance projects like CleanIT, nevertheless share very private data without a doubt. I have to admit, that some data leaks are well buried in the process. Take for example Garmin which produces GPS training devices for runners. In order to see your workouts you are forced to upload

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City Size and SUHI

October 2, 2012
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City Size and SUHI

In the course of putting together data for my kriging project with the CRN stations, I got another idea related to a small but potentially important corner of the concerns over UHI in the global temperature index. For clarity I suppose I should make it clear that my position is that the UHI bias is

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A replacement for theme_blank()

October 2, 2012
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A replacement for theme_blank()

ggplot2 has just hit 0.9.2, and with the change comes a new theme system. Previous versions of ggplot2 offered a theme_blank(), which was a stripped-down, essentially blank plotting canvas, but it is now deprecated. github user jrnold has produced a s...

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Connecting the real world to R with an Arduino

October 2, 2012
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Connecting the real world to R with an Arduino

If connecting data to the real world is the next sexy job, then how do I do this? And how do I connect the real world to R? It can be done as Matt Shottwell showed with his home made ECG and a patched version of R at useR! 2011. However, there are ot...

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analyze the area resource file (arf) with r

October 1, 2012
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the arf is fun to say out loud.  it's also a single county-level data table with about 6,000 variables, produced by the united states health services and resources administration (hrsa).  the file contains health information and statistics fo...

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Where in the world is R and RStudio

October 1, 2012
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Where in the world is R and RStudio

Using the web logs collected when users download RStudio, we’ve prepared the following two maps showing where RStudio is being used, over the whole globe and just within the continental USA. Obviously this data is somewhat biased, as it reflects the number of downloads of RStudio, rather than the number of users of R (which

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Working with Bipartite/Affiliation Network Data in R

September 30, 2012
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Working with Bipartite/Affiliation Network Data in R

Data can often be usefully conceptualized in terms affiliations between people (or other key data entities). It might be useful analyze common group membership, common purchasing decisions, or common patterns of behavior. This post introduces bipartite/affiliation network data and provides … Continue reading →

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Football, an ordinal model

September 30, 2012
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Football, an ordinal model

On September 19th, flo2speak remarked under a post that his/her experience is that ordinal models had better performance. That seems reason enough to try, so there we are. In examining this type of model it is found that more complex models can be...

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Plot R Data With googleVis

September 30, 2012
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Here is a little code snippet that shows how to do two things Use the Google Maps API to resolve place names into lat-long coordinate pairs. Plot R dataframes that contain lat-long data (for example from #1) onto Google Maps for quick visualization using the googleVis package.  The embedded map looks a little wonky here but it looks...

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