# 2539 search results for "map"

## Tupper’s self-referential formula

March 24, 2013
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Can't remember where I first came across this equation but the Tupper's self referential equation, is a very interesting formula that when graphed in two dimension plane it reproduces the formula. \[ \frac{1}{2} I first thought this would be...

## Parsing complex text files using regular expressions and vectorization

March 24, 2013
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When text data is in a nice CSV format, read.csv is enough to parse it into a useable format. But if this is not the case, getting the data into a useable format is not so straightforward. In this post… See more ›

## Maximum Sharpe Portfolio

March 21, 2013
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Maximum Sharpe Portfolio or Tangency Portfolio is a portfolio on the efficient frontier at the point where line drawn from the point (0, risk-free rate) is tangent to the efficient frontier. There is a great discussion about Maximum Sharpe Portfolio or Tangency Portfolio at quadprog optimization question. In general case, finding the Maximum Sharpe Portfolio

## Violin plots and regional income distribution

March 20, 2013
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While preparing my slides for statistical graphics, a plot really caught my eye when I was playing around with the data. I started off by plotting the time seriesof GNI per capita by country, and as expected it got quite messy and...

## GeoCoding,R, and The Rolling Stones – Part 2

March 20, 2013
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Welcome to Part 2 of the GeoCoding, R, and the Rolling Stones blog. Let’s apply some of the things we learned in Part 1 to a practical real world example. Mapping the Stones – A Real Example The Rolling Stones have toured for many years. You can go to Wikipedia and see information on the

## GeoCoding,R, and The Rolling Stones – Part 2

March 20, 2013
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Welcome to Part 2 of the GeoCoding, R, and the Rolling Stones blog. Let’s apply some of the things we learned in Part 1 to a practical real world example. Mapping the Stones – A Real Example The Rolling Stones have toured for many years. You can go to Wikipedia and see information on the

## GeoCoding, R, and The Rolling Stones – Part 1

March 20, 2013
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In this article I discuss a general approach for Geocoding a location from within R, processing XML reports, and using R packages to create interactive maps. There are various ways to accomplish this, though using Google’s GeoCoding service is a good place to start. We’ll also talk a bit about the XML package that is

## GeoCoding, R, and The Rolling Stones – Part 1

March 20, 2013
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In this article I discuss a general approach for Geocoding a location from within R, processing XML reports, and using R packages to create interactive maps. There are various ways to accomplish this, though using Google’s GeoCoding service is a good place to start. We’ll also talk a bit about the XML package that is

## Optimal Meeting Point on the Paris Metro

March 20, 2013
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tl;dr: Play with the app here When you live in Paris, chances are you are (home or work) very close to a metro station, so when you want to meet with some friends, you usually end up picking another metro station as a meeting point. Yet, finding the optimal place to meet can easily become a complex problem considering...