Articles by Posts | Joshua Cook

Setting axes to integer values in ‘ggplot2’

November 9, 2019 | 0 Comments

The problem I stumbled across this problem as a TA for an introductory R course. It was a minor question on a Problem Set focussed on creating a Shiny app that the instructor had seeminly dismissed as trivial and not bothered to include in his solution guide. Anyways, I needed ...
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Setting axes to integer values in ‘ggplot2’

November 9, 2019 | 0 Comments

The problem I stumbled across this problem as a TA for an introductory R course. It was a minor question on a Problem Set focussed on creating a Shiny app that the instructor had seeminly dismissed as trivial and not bothered to include in his solution guide. Anyways, I needed ...
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R Markdown animated GitHub corner

August 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

This is an incredibly easy way to spice up any R Markdown file. It adds an animated link to GitHub in the top corner of the HTML output, just like you see at the top of this page. Mouse over the icon to make it wave. All thanks and praise ... [Read more...]

Rmarkdown animated GitHub corner

August 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

This is an incredibly easy way to spice up any Rmarkdown file. It adds an animated link to GitHub in the top corner of the HTML output, just like you see at the top of this page. Mouse over the icon to make it wave. All thanks and praise should ... [Read more...]

Find the intersection of overlapping histograms in R

August 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

Here, I demonstrate how to find the point where two histograms overlap. While this is an approximation, it seems to have a very high level of precision. Prepare simulated data I created two data sets, gamma_dist and norm_dist, which are made up of a different number of values ...
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Find the intersection of overlapping histograms in R

August 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

Here, I demonstrate how to find the point where two histograms overlap. While this is an approximation, it seems to have a very high level of precision. Prepare simulated data I created two data sets, gamma_dist and norm_dist, which are made up of a different number of values ...
[Read more...]

Cutstom Plant LED Lights

August 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

Due to the drastic differences between the natural environment of lithops and Boston, I have to grow the plants indoors and under artificial light. Below is to documentation of how I built my set up. The lights are setup and running, though I am s...
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Cutstom Plant LED Lights

August 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

Due to the drastic differences between the natural environment of lithops and Boston, I have to grow the plants indoors and under artificial light. Below is to documentation of how I built my set up. The lights are setup and running, though I am still in the process of assembling ...
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Photo Zoom Animator in iOS

August 13, 2019 | 0 Comments

This was an experimental iOS app explaining how to make a custom interactive transition (to use in my PlantTracker app). The goal was to replicate the transition used in the native phone app. I did my best to document the process here. Final Result Resources I used the SnapKit library ...
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Photo Zoom Animator in iOS

August 13, 2019 | 0 Comments

This was an experimental iOS app explaining how to make a custom interactive transition (to use in my PlantTracker app). The goal was to replicate the transition used in the native phone app. I did my best to document the process here. Final Result Resources I used the SnapKit library ...
[Read more...]
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