Posts Tagged ‘ DIY ’

Statistics project ideas for students

February 29, 2012
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Here are a few ideas that might make for interesting student projects at all levels (from high-school to graduate school). I’d welcome ideas/suggestions/additions to the list as well. All of these ideas depend on free or scraped data, which means tha...

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An R function to map your Twitter Followers

December 21, 2011
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An R function to map your Twitter Followers

I wrote a little function to make a personalized map of who follows you or who you follow on Twitter. The idea for this function was inspired by some plots I discussed in a previous post. I also found a lot of really useful code over at flowing data he...

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An R function to analyze your Google Scholar Citations page

November 23, 2011
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An R function to analyze your Google Scholar Citations page

Google scholar has now made Google Scholar Citations profiles available to anyone. You can read about these profiles and set one up for yourself here. I asked John Muschelli and Andrew Jaffe to write me a function that would download my Google Scholar...

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An R function to determine if you are a data scientist

October 10, 2011
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An R function to determine if you are a data scientist

“Data scientist” is one of the buzzwords in the running for rebranding applied statistics mixed with some computing. David Champagne, over at Revolution Analytics, described the skills for being a data scientist with a Venn Diagram. Just for fun, ...

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