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Shiny with PerformanceAnalytics Example

March 4, 2013
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Shiny with PerformanceAnalytics Example

The folks at Rstudio have done some amazing work with the shiny package. From the shiny homepage, “Shiny makes it super simple for R users like you to turn analyses into interactive web applications that anyone can use.” Developing web applications has always appealed to me, but hosting, learning javascript, html, etc. made me put … Continue reading...

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metvurst now a package, repository moved to GitHub

March 3, 2013
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metvurst now a package, repository moved to GitHub

Inspired by a post on PirateGrunt, I finally managed to pack metvurst up and turn it into a proper R-Package (the fact that I’m on holiday and have some time also helped). As a side-effect of this, the repository has been moved from … Continue reading →

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rstats shiny app for tracking the next pope

March 2, 2013
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rstats shiny app for tracking the next pope

Update: Apparently this post needs a disclaimer. The probabilities are based on odds published by an online bookmaker. In no way, shape, or form is this an attestation nor algorithmic prediction of who the next Pope will be. The house ALWAYS wins. The odds are developed by the bookmaker as they see fit, this information is not released to the general public...

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About This Blog

March 2, 2013
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About This BlogMy name is Isaac and I'm a Ph.D. student in Clinical Psychology. Why am I writing about fantasy football and data analysis? Because fantasy football involves the intersection of two things I love: sports and statistics. With this blog, I...

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PowerBuilder and R get together

PowerBuilder and R get together

The other day I was thinking about writing a blog using PowerBuilder, but couldn't decide which one other technology I should integrate it...of course...R came to my mind...My journey started around 4 days ago...when I start looking for ways to call R ...

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Data Visualization: Shiny Spiced Consulting

March 1, 2013
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If you haven’t already heard, RStudio has developed an incredibly easy way to deploy R on the web with its Shiny Package. For those who have heard, this really isn’t new as bloggers have already been blogging about it for some … Continue reading → The post Data Visualization: Shiny Spiced Consulting appeared first on Data Community DC.

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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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First steps of using googleVis on shiny

February 26, 2013
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First steps of using googleVis on shiny

The guys at RStudio have done a fantastic job with shiny. It is really easy to build web apps with R using shiny. With the help of Joe Cheng from RStudio we figured out a way to make googleVis work on shiny as well. This allows you to make use of the Google Charts...

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Exporting nice plots in R

February 25, 2013
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Exporting nice plots in R

It's not always easy getting the right size. The image is CC by Kristina Gill. A vital part of statistics is producing nice plots, an area where R is outstanding. The graphical ablility of R...

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Reproducible research with R, Knitr, Pandoc and Word

February 25, 2013
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Add references and a style sheet Below I briefly outline why Pandoc is an essential part of my research workflow, and demonstrate how to seamlessly integrate it with a bibliographic system and code written in R to produce high quality word or pdf documents. I also...

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