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Visualizing Agricultural Subsidies by Kentucky County

December 12, 2010
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Visualizing Agricultural Subsidies by Kentucky County

In this post,  I provide results from my first full blown application of R to read, merge, clean, subset, manipulate, analyze and visualize data related to agricultural subsidies by Kentucky counties. This is very similar to the work I do on a daily basis, and was a great test of the capabilities of doing these tasks open source...

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R with Vim on Mac OS X

December 12, 2010
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R with Vim on Mac OS X

The built-in script editor for the Mac OS X R GUI actually isn’t bad. In fact it is much better than its Window’s counterpart. In particular, it has: Syntax highlighting Auto-completion Bracket matching Auto-indent Block code execution (with blocked command history) However, when coding in R and pretty much any other language, Vim has always

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New edition of “R Companion to Applied Regression” – by John Fox and Sandy Weisberg

December 10, 2010
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New edition of “R Companion to Applied Regression” – by John Fox and Sandy Weisberg

Just two hours ago, Professor John Fox has announced on the R-help mailing list of a new (second) edition to his book “An R and S Plus Companion to Applied Regression”, now title . “An R Companion to Applied Regression, Second Edition”. John Fox is (very) well known in the R community for many contributions to R, including the...

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Electoral Marimekko Plots

December 6, 2010
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Electoral Marimekko Plots

To be reductive, visual displays of quantitative information might be reasonably categorized on a continuum between “data display” and “statistical graphics.” By statistical graphics, I mean a plot that displays some summary of or relationship amongst several variables, likely having undergone some processing or analysis. This may be as simple as a scatterplot of a … Continue reading →

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Data Visualization Practices at the New York Times

December 3, 2010
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Amanda Cox of the New York Times' graphics department recently gave a great presentation to the New Media Days conference in Copenhagen and described how the Times uses data visualizations to reveal patterns, provide context, describe relationships, and even create a sense of wonder about the world. In the video, Amanda demonstrates several of the Times' best interactive visualizations...

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Data Visualization Practices at the New York Times

December 3, 2010
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Amanda Cox of the New York Times' graphics department recently gave a great presentation to the New Media Days conference in Copenhagen and described how the Times uses data visualizations to reveal patterns, provide context, describe relationships, and even create a sense of wonder about the world. In the video, Amanda demonstrates several of the Times' best interactive visualizations...

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R with Vim

December 2, 2010
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R with Vim

For all those who think that Vim is The Editor for text files, and simultaneously think that R is The EnvironmentForStatisticalAnalysisAndGraphics. After trying out various options for intergrating Vim with R I settled on the following configuration: Use Vim-R-pluginfor editing R code files, R documentation files (*.Rd) as well as the Sweave files. Apart from

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Recent developments in the drug war

December 1, 2010
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Recent developments in the drug war

The Mexican government recently released data on all crime statistics from January 1997 to October 2010, as reported by the various police forces operating in Mexico. This information provides an unprecedented look at what has happened since the drug war began and allows for a frank assessment of the deterioration of security in Mexico.

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Recent developments in the drug war

December 1, 2010
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Recent developments in the drug war

The Mexican government recently released data on all crime statistics from January 1997 to October 2010, as reported by the various police forces operating in Mexico. This information provides an unprecedented look at what has happened since the drug war began and allows for a frank assessment of the deterioration of security in Mexico.

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GOSemSim redesign in terms of S4 classes

November 30, 2010
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I started to develop GOSemSim package two years ago when I was not quite familiar with R. I am very happy to see that someone use it and found it helpful. I try to learn S4 and redesign GOSemSim with S4 classes and methods in the pass two weeks, and the very first version was implemented. As I’m...

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