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That’s like so random! Monte Carlo for Data Science

July 14, 2016
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That’s like so random! Monte Carlo for Data Science

Another great turnout at the DataPhilly meetup last night. Was great to see all you random data nerds! Code snippets to generate animated examples here.

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Speaking at DataPhilly February 2016

February 5, 2016
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Speaking at DataPhilly February 2016

The next DataPhilly meetup will feature a medley of machine-learning talks, including an Intro to ML from yours truly. Check out the speakers list and be sure to RSVP. Hope to see you there! Thursday, February 18, 2016 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Speakers: Corey Chivers Randy Olson Austin Rochford Corey Chivers (Penn Medicine) Abstract:

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R style default plot for Pandas DataFrame

March 28, 2015
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R style default plot for Pandas DataFrame

The default plot method for dataframes in R is to show each numeric variable in a pair-wise scatter plot. I find this to be a really useful first look at dataset, both to see correlations and joint distributions between variables, but also to quickly diagnose potential strangeness like bands of repeating values or outliers. From

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One datavis for you, ten for me

September 14, 2014
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One datavis for you, ten for me

Over the years of my graduate studies I made a lot of plots. I mean tonnes. To get an extremely conservative estimate I grep’ed for every instance of “plot(” in all of the many R scripts I wrote over the past five years. The actual number is very likely orders of magnitude larger as 1) many

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Plot with ggplot2, interact, collaborate, and share online

July 31, 2014
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Plot with ggplot2, interact, collaborate, and share online

Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Marianne Corvellec from Plotly. This post is based on an interactive Notebook (click to view) she presented at the R User Conference on July 1st, 2014. Plotly is a platform for making, editing, and sharing graphs. If you are used to making plots with ggplot2, you can

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Online R and Plotly Graphs: Canadian and U.S. Maps, Old Faithful with Multiple Axes, & Overlaid Histograms

February 6, 2014
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Online R and Plotly Graphs: Canadian and U.S. Maps, Old Faithful with Multiple Axes, & Overlaid Histograms

Guest post by Matt Sundquist of plot.ly. Plotly is a social graphing and analytics platform. Plotly’s R library lets you make and share publication-quality graphs online. Your work belongs to you, you control privacy and sharing, and public use is free (like GitHub). We are in beta, and would love your feedback, thoughts, and advice.

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What’s Warren Buffett’s $1 Billion Basketball Bet Worth?

January 22, 2014
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What’s Warren Buffett’s $1 Billion Basketball Bet Worth?

A friend of mine just alerted me to a story on NPR describing a prize on offer from Warren Buffett and Quicken Loans. The prize is a billion dollars (1B USD) for correctly predicting all 63 games in the men’s Division I college basketball tournament this March. The facebook page announcing the contest puts the odds at 1:9,223,372,036,854,775,808,

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Simudidactic

November 21, 2013
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(This article was first published on bayesianbiologist » Rstats, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) auto·di·dact n. A self-taught person. From Greek autodidaktos, self-taught : auto-, auto- + didaktos, taught; + sim·u·late v. To create a representation or model of (a physical system or particular situation, for example). From Latin simulre, simult-, from similis, like; = (If you can get past the mixing of Latin and Greek roots) sim·u·di·dactic adj. To learn by...

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Montreal R User Group – Dr. Ramnath Vaidyanathan on his rCharts package

October 27, 2013
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Montreal R User Group –  Dr. Ramnath Vaidyanathan on his rCharts package

Monday, October 28, 2013. 6:00pm at Notman House 51 Sherbrooke W., Montreal, QC. We are very pleased to welcome back Dr. Ramnath Vaidyanathan for a talk on interactive documents as it relates to his excellent rCharts package. Bringing a laptop to follow along is highly encouraged. I would recommend installing rCharts prior to the workshop. library(devtools) pkgs <- c(‘rCharts’, ‘slidify’, ‘slidifyLibraries’) install_github(pkgs, ‘ramnathv’, ref

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Follow up to Johnson et al Post

October 20, 2013
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Follow up to Johnson et al Post

Last week I posted a comment on a paper by Neil Johnson and colleagues that I now regret. The comment amounted to a bit of statistical pedantry on my part regarding some of the wording in the paper. It was my wording in this post, and specifically the title, which would have benefited from some

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