Monthly Archives: August 2011

R Code Examples on Graphics

August 16, 2011
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R Code Examples on Graphics

Some useful R code examples on  graphics are: Learn R Toolkit: It contains PowerPoint slideshows, videos, R scripts and data files to help Excel users move up to R. R code examples are provided for panel charts, conditional format, dot … Continue reading →

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Kaleidoscope Ic (useR! 2011)

August 16, 2011
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Kaleidoscope Ic (useR! 2011)

These are my rough notes on the Kaleidoscope Ic session. David Smith – The R Ecosystem (useR! 2011) David Smith works for Revolution Analytics. Quick overview of the R project – useR, r-journal, and r-forge. Social media starting to play a part in R – Google+, twitter, stackoverflow, and the traditional R mailing list. The

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Brian Ripley – The R Development Process (useR! 2011)

August 16, 2011
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Brian Ripley – The R Development Process (useR! 2011)

There are my notes on the User2011 invited talk. Brian Ripley has been a member of R core since 1998 The R Development Process – A insideR’s view R Timeline: JCGS paper submitted in 1995. 1997: CRAN(Mar), Core team(Aug), CVS (Sept) R 1.0.0 Feb 2000 – 2.8MB. Many people don’t take 0.X.X seriously R 2.0.0 Oct

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Rchievement of the day

August 16, 2011
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Rchievement of the day

Today ‘rjags’ was annoying me. The function ‘update.jags’ was (without asking me) disabling the progress bar when I was running R non-interactively. It was annoying, as I was sending R output to a log file in my dropbox, and having … Continue reading →

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Use geom_rect() to add recession bars to your time series plots #rstats #ggplot

August 15, 2011
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Use geom_rect() to add recession bars to your time series plots #rstats #ggplot

ggplot2's geom_rect() layer makes it easy to highlight portions of your graph, such as recessions on an economic time series.

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lm System on Nikkei with New Chart

August 15, 2011
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lm System on Nikkei with New Chart

I got a great idea from the zoo-overplot demo to make a very helpful visualization of system entry and exit.  Since the lm-based system presented in Unrequited lm Love is newest, I will use this system, but apply to the Nikkei 225 instead of the R...

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MySQL and R

August 15, 2011
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Using MySQL with R is pretty easy, with RMySQL. Here are a few notes to keep me straight on a few things I always get snagged on. Typically, most folks are going to want to analyze data that's already in a MySQL database. Being a little bass-ackwards, I often want to go the other way. One reason to do...

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Paul Murrell – Introduction to Grid graphics (useR! 2011)

August 15, 2011
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Paul Murrell – Introduction to Grid graphics (useR! 2011)

Typically, I’m very bad at taking notes in conference. This time around, I intend to make notes for each some of the talks I attend at this year’s useR! 2011 conference. Below are my notes that I made during this afternoon’s tutorial. Note: these are just notes I made and aren’t meant to be a

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How many NYC restaurants get As on their health inspections?

August 15, 2011
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How many NYC restaurants get As on their health inspections?

Decision Science News is no stranger to misleading infographics in free New York newspapers. We could stop reading them entirely, but we find that playing "spot the infographic flaw" makes time fly on the subway. Recently we saw the above graphic in a paper called Metro. Can you spot the goof?

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Sync Your Rprofile Across Multiple R Installations

August 15, 2011
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Sync Your Rprofile Across Multiple R Installations

Your Rprofile is a script that R executes every time you launch an R session. You can use it to automatically load packages, set your working directory, set options, define useful functions, and set up database connections, and run any other code you w...

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