Posts Tagged ‘ googleVis ’

London 2012 Olympics — Medals per event

August 21, 2012
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London 2012 Olympics — Medals per event

It’s almost midnight. Before I go sleeping, I’d like to post the chart about ”medals per event” on 2012 Olympics. As some visitors suggested, I searched for the competition information for each athlete. Finally, thankful to the mighty Guardian datablog, I find the … Continue reading →

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London 2012 Olympics — Medals per hundred players

August 19, 2012
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London 2012 Olympics — Medals per hundred players

It’s the weekend. I just woke up from a nap. Got my mind freshed. I’d like to continue with my digging into the Olympics medal results. Today, I cited the number of participants from each country (see wikipedia). I want to see how … Continue reading →

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London 2012 Olympics — Lead, tin and zinc

August 17, 2012
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London 2012 Olympics — Lead, tin and zinc

Folks at WSJ were funny. They gave another medal list of London 2012 Olympic Games, not for the first place but for the last place. They replaced Gold, Silver and Bronze with  Lead, Tin and Zinc. No matter who came up to this idea, it’s … Continue reading →

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London 2012 Olympics — medal statistics

August 14, 2012
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London 2012 Olympics — medal statistics

The 2012 Olympic Games officially ended this Sunday in London. Although I missed most of the games, I was still entertaining myself with some hilarious news, such as Thomas’s re-diving. So much fun. I would remember this for years :) Games ended. … Continue reading →

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googleVis 0.2.17 is released: Displaying earth quake data

August 13, 2012
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googleVis 0.2.17 is released: Displaying earth quake data

The next version of the googleVis package has been released on the project site and CRAN. This version provides updates to the package vignette and a new example for the gvisMerge function. The new sections of the vignette have been featured on this ...

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Rook rocks! Example with googleVis

August 1, 2012
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Rook rocks! Example with googleVis

What is Rook?Rook is a web server interface for R, written by Jeffrey Horner, the author of rApache and brew. But unlike other web frameworks for R, such as brew, R.rsp (which I have used in the past1), Rserve, gWidgetWWWW or sumo (which I haven't used...

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googleVis — where did SYTYCD dancers come from?

July 21, 2012
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After watching 20 wonderful dancers of the 9th season of So You Think You Can Dance, I have presented a geomap of  the states where they are coming from (click here). Now, I am interested to this show’s history.  I’d like to re-draw the … Continue reading →

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Applying a function successively in R

July 3, 2012
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Applying a function successively in R

At the R in Finance conference Paul Teetor gave a fantastic talk about Fast(er) R Code. Paul mentioned the common higher-order function Reduce, which I hadn't used before. Reduce allows me to apply a function successively over a vector. What does that...

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SYTYCD — where are these terrific dancers come from?

June 29, 2012
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It’s Saturday midnight and I’m already sleepy. However, after several hours, I finally got this google geographic map embedded in my post. Aha!!! This is about 20 finalists from the 9th season of So You Think You Can Dance. I count the states … Continue reading →

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UK house prices visualised with googleVis-0.2.16

June 5, 2012
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UK house prices visualised with googleVis-0.2.16

A new version of googleVis has been released on CRAN and the project site. Version 0.2.16 adds the functionality to plot quarterly and monthly data as a motion chart. To illustrate the new feature I looked for a quarterly data set and stumbled across t...

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