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John Snow’s Cholera data in more formats

March 13, 2013
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John Snow’s Cholera data in more formats

In honour of the bicentenary of John Snow’s birth – and because I was asked to by someone via email – I have now released my digitisation of John Snow’s Cholera data in a few other formats: KML and as Google Fusion Tables. To save you reading my previous blog posts on the subject, I’ll

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Analyse Quandl data with R – even from the cloud

March 10, 2013
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Analyse Quandl data with R – even from the cloud

I have read two thrilling news about the really promising time-series data provider called Quandl recently: Quandl: A Wikipedia for Time Series DataQuandl package released to CRANWith the help of the Quandl R package* (development version...

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visualising large amounts of hourly environmental data

March 3, 2013
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visualising large amounts of hourly environmental data

It is Sunday, it's raining and I have a few hours to spend before I am invited for lunch at my parents place. Hence, I thought I'd use the time to produce another post. It has been a while since … Continue reading →

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Peace through Music. Country clustering using R and the last.fm API

March 3, 2013
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Peace through Music. Country clustering using R and the last.fm API

last.fm is an internet radio and music suggestion service. Registered users can also use last.fm to 'scrobble' tracks they've been listening to. last.fm then keeps track of a user's statistics in terms of top artists, albums and tracks.Luckily, last.fm...

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Shapefiles in R

February 28, 2013
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Shapefiles in R

Let's learn how to use Shapefiles in R. This will allow us to map data for complicated areas or jurisdictions like zipcodes or school districts. For the United States, many shapefiles are available from the Census Bureau. Our example will map U.S. nati...

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EPL Table Motion Chart

February 28, 2013
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The Shiny package provides great user interactivity and another boost to its attractiveness has come with its integration with googleVis. Markus Gesman provides some background in a blog article with coded examples which he along with fellow googleVis creator, Diego de Castillo and lead Shiny developer Winson Chang have furnished There are at least three

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Earthquakes in Netherlands

February 24, 2013
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Earthquakes in Netherlands

In the Netherlands we have Natural Gas. Unfortunately winning this gas seems to cause some quakes. As quakes go, they are not strong. However, our buildings are not made to resist quakes, before 1986 they were unheard of, so there is some damage. It is now predicted they could get stronger and more frequent. This caused a bit of a...

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from OTU table to HEATMAP!

February 23, 2013
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from OTU table to HEATMAP!

In this tutorial you will learn: what is a heatmap how to create a clean, highly customizable heatmap using heatmap.2 in the gplots package in R how to remove samples with poor output (not very many sequences) how to rearrange your samples by a metadata category how to make a color coded bar above the heatmap

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Free e-book on Data Science with R

February 22, 2013
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Free e-book on Data Science with R

A new book by Jeffrey Stanton from Syracuse Iniversity School of Information Studies, An Introduction to Data Science, is now available for free download. The book, developed for Syracuse's Certificate for Data Science, is available under a Creative Commons License as a PDF (20Mb) or as an interactive eBook from iTunes. The book begins with the following clear definition...

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Mapped: Twitter Languages in New York

February 20, 2013
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Mapped: Twitter Languages in New York

Following the interest in our Twitter Tongues map for L

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