April 2017

A Movie Lover’s Guide to New York

April 30, 2017 | Yabin Fan

The web application NYC movie locations guide is a tool designed to aid the visualization, analysis and exploration of movies that have been filmed in New […] The post A Movie Lover’s Guide to New York appeared first on NYC Data Science Academy Blog.
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The Hydro Network-Linked Data Index

April 30, 2017 | The USGS OWI blog

Introduction The Hydro Network-Linked Data Index (NLDI) is a system that can index data to NHDPlus V2 catchments and offers a search service to discover indexed information. Data linked to the NLDI includes active NWIS stream gages, water quality portal sites, and outlets of HUC12 watersheds. The NLDI is a ...
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#6: Easiest package registration

April 30, 2017 | Thinking inside the box

Welcome to the sixth post in the really random R riffs series, or R4 for short. Posts #1 and #2 discussed how to get the now de rigeur package registration information computed. In essence, we pointed to something which R 3.4.0 would have, and provided tricks for accessing it while R 3.3.3 was still ... [Read more...]

A Traveler’s Guide to the Sky

April 30, 2017 | Andrew Rubino

Intro Maybe you’ve been here before. After a long flight, you make your way down to baggage claim, ready to grab your bags and finally make […] The post A Traveler's Guide to the Sky appeared first on NYC Data Science Academy Blog. [Read more...]

Shiny Application Layouts exercises part 3

April 30, 2017 | Euthymios Kasvikis

Shiny Application Layouts-Navbar Page In the third part of our series we will build another small shiny app but use another UI. Specifically we are going to create a Shiny application that includes more than one distinct sub-components each with its own characteristics. For our case we are going to ... [Read more...]

Patterns in Stock Indices over Time

April 30, 2017 | Robin Gane-McCalla

The traditional advice given to investors is 'buy and hold'.  I decided to investigate this claim and see what patterns I could find within the major […] The post Patterns in Stock Indices over Time appeared first on NYC Data Science Academy Blog. [Read more...]

Converting to blogdown

April 29, 2017 | R on Rob J Hyndman

This website has gone through several major updates over the years. It began in 1993 as some handcrafted html files, transitioned to Joomla and later to Wordpress. Then it slowly grew into a collection of ten connected Wordpress installations that became increasingly difficult to maintain, and rather slow. So I’ve ... [Read more...]

Converting to blogdown

April 29, 2017 | R on Rob J Hyndman

This website has gone through several major updates over the years. It began in 1993 as some handcrafted html files, transitioned to Joomla and later to Wordpress. Then it slowly grew into a collection of ten connected Wordpress installations that became increasingly difficult to maintain, and rather slow. So I’ve ... [Read more...]

Intro to R workshop

April 29, 2017 | Rstats on Jakub Nowosad's website

Last week, I had a pleasure to conduct a workshop for graduate students and faculty in the Department of Geography and GIS at the University of Cincinnati. In two afternoons, a group of mostly beginners, learned a little bit about R, RStudio, data pro...
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Intro to R workshop

April 29, 2017 | Rstats on Jakub Nowosad's website

Last week, I had a pleasure to conduct a workshop for graduate students and faculty in the Department of Geography and GIS at the University of Cincinnati. In two afternoons, a group of mostly beginners, learned a little bit about R, RStudio, data pr...
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Plotting Data Online via Plotly and Python

April 29, 2017 | Mike Driscoll

I don’t do a lot of plotting in my job, but I recently heard about a website called Plotly that provides a plotting service for anyone’s data. They even have a plotly package for Python (among others)! So in this article we will be learning how to plot ...
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