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Calculate umpire strikezone sizes

January 11, 2012

Head on over to THT, and you should see a post by yours truly about calculating the size of umpire strikezones. Here I will open source the code for how to do that. The hard part though is that in order to make use out of the code, you need to have eve...

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Working with data frames

January 5, 2012

R, just like other programming languages, has different types of objects. Matrices, arrays, data.frames, lists, vectors, tables, etc. But by far the most important for working with baseball data is going to be dataframes.I'm not sure of the level of ex...

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January 2, 2012

Here is a little example of what I do. While learning R isn't easy, it can be very powerful and efficient once you get your feet wet. I intend for this example to whet  your appetite. This should take you less than 20 minutes. By the end, you will...

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Mango solutions

plotly webpage

dominolab webpage

Zero Inflated Models and Generalized Linear Mixed Models with R

Quantide: statistical consulting and training




CRC R books series

Six Sigma Online Training

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