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How to build Animated Bar Plots using R

April 4, 2019
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How to build Animated Bar Plots using R

CategoriesVisualizing Data Tags Animation Data Visualisation R Programming Recently, Animated Bar Plots have started going Viral on Social Media leaving a lot of Data Enthusiasts wondering how are these Animated Bar Plots made. The objective of this post is to explain how to build such an Animated Bar Plot using R – R with the power of versatile packages. Final Output: The output Related...

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Data-driven Introspection of my Android Mobile usage in R

February 14, 2019
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Data-driven Introspection of my Android Mobile usage in R

CategoriesProgramming Tags Data Visualisation Exploratory Analysis R Programming This is an attempt to see how the data that are collected from us, can also be used for the betterment of us – one’s self. When companies are so interested in collecting our personal data to show a push in Quarterly revenues, Why not use our own Data Science skills and get some useful Related...

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How to combine Multiple ggplot Plots to make Publication-ready Plots

January 11, 2019
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How to combine Multiple ggplot Plots to make Publication-ready Plots

CategoriesVisualizing Data Tags Best R Packages Data Visualisation R Programming The life cycle of Data science can never be completed without communicating the results of the analysis/research. In fact, Data Visualization is one of the areas where R as a language for Data science has got an edge over the most-celebrated Python. With ggplot2 being the de facto Visualization DSL (Domain-Specific Language) for R...

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Send Desktop Notifications from R in Windows, Linux and Mac

October 4, 2018
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Send Desktop Notifications from R in Windows, Linux and Mac

CategoriesProgramming Tags Best R Packages R Programming Tips & Tricks In the age of smartphones, Notifications have become an integral part of life that Smart watches have started popping up to handle our notifications. Desktop Notification is a very good way of letting the user know about a task completion or some information. Say, your model has been running and at the end, you...

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Automated Text Feature Engineering using textfeatures in R

July 19, 2018
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Automated Text Feature Engineering using textfeatures in R

It could be the era of Deep Learning where it really doesn’t matter how big is your dataset or how many columns you’ve got. Still, a lot of Kaggle Competition Winners and Data Scientists emphasis on one thing that could put you on the top of the leaderboard in a Competition is “Feature Engineering”. Irrespective Related PostExplaining Keras image...

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Building a Daily Bitcoin Price Tracker with Coindeskr and Shiny in R

January 10, 2018
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Building a Daily Bitcoin Price Tracker with Coindeskr and Shiny in R

Let’s admit it. The whole world has been going crazy with Bitcoin. Bitcoin (BTC), the first cryptocurrency (in fact, the first digital currency to solve the double-spend problem) introduced by Satoshi Nakamoto has become bigger than well-established firms (even a few countries). So, a lot of Bitcoin Enthusiasts and Investors are looking to keep a Related Post Getting started with...

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Getting started with dplyr in R using Titanic Dataset

December 28, 2017
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dplyr is one of the most popular r-packages and also part of tidyverse that’s been developed by Hadley Wickham. The mere fact that dplyr package is very famous means, it’s one of the most frequently used. Being a data scientist is not always about creating sophisticated models but Data Analysis (Manipulation) and Data Visualization play Related Post How to apply...

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Building a Hacker News scraper with 8 lines of R code using rvest library

December 22, 2017
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Building a Hacker News scraper with 8 lines of R code using rvest library

There was a time when Web scraping was quite a difficult task requiring knowledge of XML Tree parsing and HTTP Requests. But with the likes of libraries like beautifulsoup (for Python) and rvest (for R), Web scraping has become a toy for any beginner to play with. This post aims to explain how insanely simple Related Post Building a Telecom...

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5 interesting subtle insights from TED videos data analysis in R

December 19, 2017
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5 interesting subtle insights from TED videos data analysis in R

This post aims to bring out some not-so-obvious subtle insights from analyzing TED Videos posted on TED.com. For those who do not know what is TED, Here’s the summary from Wikipedia: TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) is a media organization which posts talks online for free distribution, under the slogan “ideas worth spreading”. This analysis uses Related Post Building a simple...

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Building a simple Sales Revenue Dashboard with R Shiny & ShinyDashboard

December 7, 2017
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Building a simple Sales Revenue Dashboard with R Shiny & ShinyDashboard

One of the beautiful gifts that R has got (that Python misses) is the package – Shiny. Shiny is an R package that makes it easy to build interactive web apps straight from R. Making Dashboard is an imminent wherever Data is available since Dashboards are good in helping Business make insights out of the Related Post Gender Diversity Analysis...

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