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The United States In Two Words

February 20, 2015
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The United States In Two Words

Sweet home Alabama, Where the skies are so blue; Sweet home Alabama, Lord, I’m coming home to you (Sweet home Alabama, Lynyrd Skynyrd) This is the second post I write to show the abilities of twitteR package and also the second post I write for KDnuggets. In this case my goal is to have an insight of … Continue reading...

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Making R Files Executable (under Windows)

February 18, 2015
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Although it is reasonable that R scripts get opened in edit mode by default, it would be even nicer (once in a while) to run them with a simple double-click. Well, here we go ... Choosing a new file extension name (.Rexec) First, we have to think about a new file extension name. While double-click to run is a nice-to-have, the...

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Online course: Survey Analysis in R with Thomas Lumley

February 17, 2015
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On March 20, Thomas Lumley, the creator of the R Package “Survey”, will give an online course (in statistics.com) titled “Survey Analysis in R” The purpose of this 4-week online course, is to teach survey researchers who are familiar with R how to use it in survey research. The course uses Lumley’s Survey package. You will learn how to...

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How-to go parallel in R – basics + tips

February 16, 2015
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How-to go parallel in R – basics + tips

Today is a good day to start parallelizing your code. I've been using the parallel package since its integration with R (v. 2.14.0) and its much easier than it at first seems. In this post I'll go through the basics for implementing parallel computations in R, cover a few common pitfalls, and give tips on how to avoid them....

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CFP: 13th Australasian Data Mining Conference (AusDM 2015)

February 9, 2015
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CFP: 13th Australasian Data Mining Conference (AusDM 2015)

The 13th Australasian Data Mining Conference (AusDM 2015) Sydney, Australia, 8-9 August 2015 co-located with SIGKDD’15 URL: http://ausdm15.ausdm.org/ Join us on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/groups/AusDM-4907891 The Australasian Data Mining Conference has established itself as the premier Australasian meeting for both practitioners and … Continue reading →

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Introducing drat: Lightweight R Repositories

February 5, 2015
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A new package of mine just got to CRAN in its very first version 0.0.1: drat. Its name stands for drat R Archive Template, and an introduction is provided at the drat page, the GitHub repository, and below. drat builds on a core strength of R: the ability to query multiple repositories. Just how one...

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Introducing stackr: An R package for querying the Stack Exchange API

February 3, 2015
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Introducing stackr: An R package for querying the Stack Exchange API

There’s no end of interesting data analyses that can be performed with Stack Overflow and the Stack Exchange network of Q&A sites. Earlier this week I posted a Shiny app that visualizes the personalized prediction data from their machine learning system, Providence. I’ve also looked at whether high-reputation users were decreasing their answering activity over time,...

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Turning R into a GIS – Mapping the weather in Germany

January 29, 2015
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Turning R into a GIS – Mapping the weather in Germany

Nothing has gotten more attention in the visualization world like the map-based insights, or in other words, just plotting on a map different KPIs to allow for a playful discovery experience. I must admit,...

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Programming a Twitter bot – and the rescue from procrastination

January 19, 2015
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A considerable share of Twitter accounts is not actually run by humans. According to a recent release by Twitter, `up to approximately 8.5%' of the active users are bots or third-party software that automatically aggregates tweets. Bots can follow other users, retweet content or post content on their own. What they say is essentially generated by scripts. Take...

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The 74 most violent cities in Mexico

January 14, 2015
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The 74 most violent cities in Mexico

I’ve updated the mxmortalitydb package to include 2013 data. This data only package includes all injury intent deaths (accidents, homicides, suicides, and unspcified intent) that were registered in Mexico from 2004 to 2013. You can use the package to calculate changes and trends in homicide rates in the most violent metro areas (or...

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