Articles by Matt

Bigram Analysis of Democratic Debates

August 30, 2019 | Matt

This tutorial will mainly focus on ggplot and bigrams, but it does gloss over clustering for a heatmap. This project started a while back, tweetingContinue ReadingBigram Analysis of Democratic Debates
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Visualizing Bike Share Data (NiceRide)

March 1, 2019 | Matt

This tutorial will cover exploring and visualizing data through 2018 for the Minneapolis, MN bike sharing service NiceRide. Part of what makes R incredible isContinue ReadingVisualizing Bike Share Data (NiceRide)
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MySQL Data Type Mapping in R

October 2, 2018 | Matt

There was a recent question in the /r/Rlanguage subreddit which piqued my interest. They asked how to find the right mapping, and with the large…Continue ReadingMySQL Data Type Mapping in R [Read more...]

Machine Learning as a Service

April 17, 2018 | Matt

What is Machine Learning as a Service? With all of this news coming out about Cambridge Analytica (and how they have leveraged/weaponized data science for…Continue ReadingMachine Learning as a Service
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Importing Large NDJSON Files into R

February 8, 2018 | Matt

I ran into this problem recently when trying to import the data my twitter scraper produced and thought this might make a worthwhile post. The…Continue ReadingImporting Large NDJSON Files into R
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Trouble Upgrading to R 3.4 on Debian

October 9, 2017 | Matt

Recently had a very frustrating error on Proxmox (Debian) while trying to upgrade to R 3.4.2 [crayon-5bc9e6ecf1bc2729561108/] The solution was to add a source [crayon-5bc9e6ecf1bca007854588/]…Continue ReadingTrouble Upgrading to R 3.4 on Debian [Read more...]

Using R, Python, & Plotly With Tableau

April 1, 2015 | Matt

Andy Kriebel recently pointed out that Tableau dashboards let you export their underlying data. Using data frames in R or Python we can read data from Tableau. Then we can plot with Plotly’s Python and R APIs. The use case: collaborate and share data across languages and teams. Let’... [Read more...]

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