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A Bayesian Model for a Function Increasing by Chi-Squared Jumps (in Stan)

October 16, 2013
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A Bayesian Model for a Function Increasing by Chi-Squared Jumps (in Stan)

(This article was first published on David Chudzicki's Blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) This post will describe a way I came up with of fitting a function that's constrained to be increasing, using Stan. If you want practical help, standard statistical approaches, or expert research, this isn't the place for you (look up “isotonic regression” or “Bayesian isotonic...

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Next Kölner R User Meeting: 18 Oktober 2013

October 14, 2013
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Next Kölner R User Meeting: 18 Oktober 2013

Quick reminder: The next Cologne R user group meeting is scheduled for this Friday, 18 October 2013. We will discuss and hear about the apply family of functions and the XLConnect package. Further details and the agenda are available on our KölnRUG Meetup site. Please sign up if you would like to come along. Notes from past...

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R: Mapping Typhoon Labuyo (Utor) Track

October 14, 2013
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R: Mapping Typhoon Labuyo (Utor) Track

Inspired by James Cheshire R maps, I tried mapping the track of Typhoon Labuyo (Utor) that by far the strongest one to hit Philippines this year. The data is available at Japan Meteorological Agency site, the 2013 - RSMC Best Track data. The code is av...

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Remembering the Gist, But Not the Details: One-Dimensional Representation of Consumer Ratings

October 13, 2013
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Remembering the Gist, But Not the Details:  One-Dimensional Representation of Consumer Ratings

In survey research, it makes a difference how the question is asked.  "How would you rate the service you received at that restaurant?" is not the same as "Did you have to wait to be seated, to order your meal, to be served your food, or to pay yo...

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Custom Legend in R

October 10, 2013
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Custom Legend in R

This particular custom legend was designed with three purposes: To effectively bin values based on a theoretical minimum and maximum value for that variable (e.g. -1 and 1 or 0 and 100) To use a different interval notation than the default To handle NA values Even though this particular legend was designed with those needs, it should be simple to extrapolate from...

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American Indians vs Indian Americans, statewide population using googleVis

October 7, 2013
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The population of Native Americans in the United States is estimated to be anywhere upto 20 million (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Native_Americans_in_the_United_States). I wanted to find out what the population of Native Americans (originally referred to as American Indians by immigrants) is and compare it to the number of Indians from India (Indian Americans). I wanted to do this comparison by county,...

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Going to Plot Some Proportions? Why not Flog ‘em First?

September 23, 2013
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Going to Plot Some Proportions? Why not Flog ‘em First?

Fractions and proportions can be difficult to plot nicely for a number of reasons: If the proportions are based on small counts (e.g., two of his three computing devices were Apple products) then the calculated proportions will only take on a number of discrete values. Depending on what you have measured there might be many proportions close to the...

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Are you ready for some Football? (No not soccer)

September 20, 2013
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Are you ready for some Football? (No not soccer)

With two weeks of NFL football under our belts, it is time to start peaking under the proverbial hood at some of the statistics.  What better way than with R?  If you want the best stats out there, I recommend the website http://www.advancedn...

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R, GeoJSON and GitHub

September 20, 2013
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R, GeoJSON and GitHub

GeoJSON is an open computer file format for encoding collections of simple geographical features along with their non-spatial attributes using …Continuar leyendo »

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Animated IRL Pirate Attacks In R

September 19, 2013
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Animated IRL Pirate Attacks In R

Avast me hearRties! (ok, enough of the pirate speak in a blog post) It wouldn’t be TLAPD without out some modest code & idea pilfering from Mark Bulling & Simon Raper. While those mateys did a fine job hoisting up some R code (your really didn’t think I’d stop with the pirate speak, did you?)

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