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Including googleVis output into a blogger post

September 11, 2011
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Including googleVis output into a blogger post

It seems that you cannot include Google Visualisation Charts into a blog post directly.So, I tried to include the output of a googleVis function as a gadget, but also unsuccessful.Although you can include gadgets into your site template, it doesn't see...

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Unlocking Big Data with R

September 9, 2011
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I have an article out this week on ReadWriteHack: Unlocking Big Data with R. My thanks to the folks at ReadWriteWeb for giving us the opportunity to showcase some of the many real-world Big Data applications of R. Here are some additional links about the applications mentioned in the article: New York Times: Destruction of the Haiti earthquake; 2010...

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Link to StatDNA Guest Post

September 7, 2011
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Link to StatDNA Guest Post

The post is officially up on the StatDNA blog. Go check it out.As I said in my previous post, this is a very rough and preliminary model. This is why my work was not any sort of formal entry, just some fun with some great data.I used an Vector Genera...

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Webinar: Leveraging R in Hadoop Environments

September 6, 2011
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Webinar: Leveraging R in Hadoop Environments

On Wednesday September 21, Revolution Analytics' CTO David Champagne will give a live webinar introducing three new open-source packages for R and Hadoop, which make it possible to work with Hadoop data in R, and bring in-database R analytics to Hadoop. Here are the details: Date: Wednesday, September 21st Time: 10:00AM - 10:30AM Pacific Time Presenter: David Champagne, Chief...

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A misleading title…

September 4, 2011
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A misleading title…

When I received this book, Handbook of fitting statistical distributions with R, by Z. Karian and E.J. Dudewicz,  from/for the Short Book Reviews section of the International Statistical Review, I was obviously impressed by its size (around 1700 pages and 3 kilos…). From briefly glancing at the table of contents, and the list of standard

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Microfinance in India: Getting a sense of the geographic distribution

September 3, 2011
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Microfinance in India: Getting a sense of the geographic distribution

I am working on a review paper on microfinance in India and use data from the MIX market. Today, I was amazed by how quick I conjured a map of India with the headquarters of the microfinance institutions that report data to the MIX market depicted on that map. Ideally, I would have more geolocation

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Adding a scale to an image plot

August 31, 2011
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Adding a scale to an image plot

Here's a function that allows you to add a color scale legend to an image plot (or probably any plot needing a z-level scale). I found myself having to program this over and over again, and just decided to make a plotting function for future use. While I really like the look of levelplot(),...

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Forecasting In R: The Greatest Shortcut That Failed The Ljung-Box

August 27, 2011
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Forecasting In R: The Greatest Shortcut That Failed The Ljung-Box

Okay so you want to forecast in R, but don't want to manually find the best model and go through the drudgery of plotting and so on.  I have recently found the perfect function for you.  Its called auto.arima and it automatically fits the bes...

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SIGKDD 2011 Conference — Days 2/3/4 Summary

August 27, 2011
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SIGKDD 2011 Conference — Days 2/3/4 Summary

<< My review of Day 1. I am summarizing all of the days together since each talk was short, and I was too exhausted to write a post after each day. Due to the broken-up schedule of the KDD sessions, I group everything together instead of switching back and forth among a dozen different topics. By far the most enjoyable...

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25+ more ways to bring data into R

August 26, 2011
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25+ more ways to bring data into R

The rdatamarket post on the Revolutions blog and this post on Decision Stats reminded me about my list of Data APIs/feeds available as packages in R on Cross-Validated (which is a great site that you all should use).  Many of these packa...

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