Posts Tagged ‘ Michael Friendly ’

Example 9.16: Small multiples

November 29, 2011
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Example 9.16: Small multiples

Small multiples are one of the great ideas of graphics visionary Edward Tufte (e.g., in Envisioning Information). Briefly, the idea is that if many variations on a theme are presented, differences quickly become apparent. Today we offer general guida...

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Example 9.3: augmented display of contingency table

July 18, 2011
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Example 9.3: augmented display of contingency table

SAS and R often provide different levels of details from output. This is particularly true for the descriptive analysis of contingency tables, where SAS makes it easy to display tables with additional quantities (such as the observed cell count).The m...

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Example 8.32: The HistData package, sunflower plots, and getting data from R into SAS

March 29, 2011
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Example 8.32: The HistData package, sunflower plots, and getting data from R into SAS

This entry is mainly a promotion of the fascinating HistData R package. The package, compiled by the psychologist, statistician, and graphics innovator Michael Friendly, contains a number of small data sets of historical interest. These include data ...

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