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Visualizing Hubway Trips in Boston

February 21, 2015
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Visualizing Hubway Trips in Boston

Most Popular Hubway Stations (in order): Post Office Sq. – located in the heart of the financial district. Charles St. & Cambridge – the first Hubway stop after crossing from Cambridge over Longfellow Bridge. Tremont St & West – East side of the Boston Common South Station Cross St. & Hannover – entrance to North End combing from financial … Continue reading...

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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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