# Posts Tagged ‘ plotting ’

## Plotting large amounts of atmospheric data

November 4, 2012
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Plotting large amounts of hourly atmospheric data body, td { font-family: sans-serif; background-color: white; font-size: 12px; margin: 8px; } tt, code, pre { font-family: 'DejaVu Sans Mono', 'Droid Sans Mono', 'Lucida Console',...

## Mapping Bike Accidents in R

September 14, 2012
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At last weekend’s Hack Ta Ville event here in Montreal, I joined up with some talented urban planners and web devs to realize Vélobstacles. The idea of the project is to crowd source information on cycling conditions around the city. As with any crowd sourcing project, we were faced with the problem of seeding the

## The future of Artificial Intelligence – as imagined in 1989

September 6, 2012
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This image comes from the cover of Preliminary Papers of the Second International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics (1989). Someone abandoned it in the lobby of my building at school. Whatever for, I’ll never know. I just love the idea of machine learning/AI/Statistics evoking a robot hand drawing a best fit line through some

## introduction to R: learning by doing (part 2: plots)

July 10, 2012
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Lets go one with the second part of learning R by doing R (you will find the first part here. As we have used vectors, matrices and loops in the first part, we will concentrate on graphics in this one. but first we will need data to plot: Sometimes you will need several plots in

## Functions ddply and melt make plotting summary stats in R more tolerable

May 15, 2012
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The main reason why I have usually chosen to use excel to make my plots at work is because I had difficulty feeding the summary stats in R into a plotting function.  One thing I learned this week is how … Continue reading →

## How to remember point shape codes in R

April 24, 2012
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I suspect I am not unique in not being able to remember how to control the point shapes in R. Part of this is a documentation problem: no package ever seems to write the shapes down. All packages just use the “usual set” that derives from S-Plus and was carried through base-graphics, to grid, lattice Related posts:

## Bare-bones intro to Plotting options in R

March 21, 2012
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If you’re using base::plot in R for the first time (for example if you do plot(pima) or plot(faithful) (use ??pima if you can’t find the dataset)) you may have looked at ?plot (2 page help file) or ?par (12 page help file) to figure out what’s go...

## How did I make this plot?

April 9, 2011
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To make this plot, I used R's plot(), points() and lines() commands. If you have been wanting to learn how to plot in R, watch it unfold in this video tutorial:Also, here's the code I used:

## How to Shade Under a Normal Density in R

April 3, 2011
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The easiest-to-find method for shading under a normal density is to use the polygon() command. That link is to the first hit on Google for "Shading Under a Normal Curve in R." It works (like a charm), but it is not the most intuitive way to let users p...

## Basic Plots in R

March 7, 2011
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Here's a tutorial I recorded on producing basic plots in R.I lost the script file I used to create the video to a horrifying black screen of death, but I used the data from the previous post (available here). Hopefully, the video is clear enough that ...