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My first R package building experience: Reflections from creating bulletchartr!

April 29, 2018
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My first R package building experience: Reflections from creating bulletchartr!

I haven’t been able to make a blog post in a while (my blog post on cherry blossoms earlier this month was more of a big update)! Since my last post I: moved back to Tokyo, went to the...

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Exploring Japan’s Postwar Economic Miracle with gganimate, tweenr, & highcharter!

January 11, 2018
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Exploring Japan’s Postwar Economic Miracle with gganimate, tweenr, & highcharter!

In this blog post I weave in gganimate, tweenr, and highcharter plots while exploring the American policies that aided Japan’s postwar economic miracle! Back in college, I wrote a paper on this subject for my United States Econo...

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Where to live in Japan: XKCD-themed climate plots and maps!

November 21, 2017
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Where to live in Japan: XKCD-themed climate plots and maps!

In the past week or so, XKCD graphs of “The most comfortable place to live in ___” have been popping up on the #rstats community on Twitter. Jumping onto this trend (though slightly late), I will do one for Japan, the country where I was born! Some great examples that I’ve seen so far include Maëlle Salmon’s blog post...

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Thrice: Sentiment Analysis – Emotions in Lyrics!

October 21, 2017
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Thrice: Sentiment Analysis – Emotions in Lyrics!

Part 1: Song length distributions with joy plots! Part 2: Breaking down the lyrics, word-by-word with tidytext In Part 3 we get into the core element of our analysis, investigating the various sentiments and emotions expres...

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Thrice: Breaking Down The Lyrics Word-by-Word!

October 9, 2017
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Thrice: Breaking Down The Lyrics Word-by-Word!

In Part 2 we will look at the lyrical content of the band, Thrice. By dividing the lyrics of each song into a single-word-per-row format, we can take a much closer look at the the lyrical content at various...

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