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When Wellington meets the “animation” package

October 7, 2011
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When Wellington meets the “animation” package

The “animation” package is great for creating .gif files (of course, it also produces video and flash files thanks to Yihui Xie). By using this package, I would like to show you a nice spot in Wellington, NZ. At this … Continue reading →

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FFT / Power Spectrum Box-and-Whisker Plot with Gggplot2

October 6, 2011
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I have a bunch of time series whose power spectra (FFT via R's spectrum() function) I've been trying to visualize in an intuitive, aesthetically appealing way. At first, I just used lattice's bwplot, but the spacing of the X-axis here really matters. ...

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Bat Country

October 6, 2011
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Bat Country

I've spent a lot of time thinking about and using R's spectrum() function and the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) in the last 5+ years. Lately, they've begun to remind me a little of a Theremin: simple to use, difficult to master. While prepping a figur...

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Interactive charts with googleVis package and R

October 4, 2011
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Interactive charts with googleVis package and R

Examples at the link below illustrate interactive charts created with the googleVis package and R. http://code.google.com/p/google-motion-charts-with-r/wiki/GadgetExamples Some amazing features are: a motion chart shows the changes over time, an AnnotatedTimeLine shows zoom-in/zoom-out view of time series, a TreeMap supports drill-down … Continue reading →

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Bayesian Computation with R – Albert (2009)

October 4, 2011
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Bayesian Computation with R – Albert (2009)

Title: Bayesian Computation with RAuthor(s): Jim AlbertPublisher/Date: Springer/2009Statistics level: High Programming level: Low Overall recommendation: Recommended Bayesian Computation with R focuses primarily on providing the reader with a basic understanding of Bayesian thinking and the relevant analytic tools included in R. It does not explore either of those areas in detail, though it does hit The post Bayesian...

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Visualizing Climbing Ropes

October 3, 2011
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Visualizing Climbing Ropes

Today’s market of climbing ropes offers a huge variety of models to choose from. If you don’t have a good idea of what you want, the task of selecting a rope can become a true challenge, or worst, almost a … Continue reading →

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Let R fly: Visualizing Export Data using R

October 2, 2011
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Let R fly: Visualizing Export Data using R

Having been using R for 5+ years, visiting www.r-bloggers.com daily, learning cool tricks from it and knowing cool UseRs from it, I finally decide to quit being an observer and start to be a contributor to this wonderful community. In this very … Continue reading →

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Reminder: One week til Rcpp class in San Francisco

October 1, 2011
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Just a quick note to remind everyone that the Rcpp class in San Francisco, which I am holding together with Revolution Analytics, will take place a week from today. We are happy to report that the number of registrations has met our initial target...

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World Tourism Day, and Google Public Data Explore

September 27, 2011
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World Tourism Day, and Google Public Data Explore

Today is the World Tourism Day! So let’s speak about some tourism related datasets – and others. Among other nice functions, Google offers a Public Data Explore in a beta version which provides a collection of datasets from OECD, IMF, Eurostat, … Continue reading →

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Hipster programming languages

September 26, 2011
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Hipster programming languages

If you look at the programming languages that are popular these days, a few patterns emerge. I'm not talking about languages that have the most hits on the job sites. I'm talking about what the cool kids are coding in - the folks that hang out on hacke...

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