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Accessing your Fitbit data

September 18, 2016
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Accessing your Fitbit data

Since I am a data junkie and bought my Fitbit Charge HR mainly because I wanted to collect and analyse data about myself, I was looking for ways to download the data to your computer. For most people the great stats overview in the app and in the online dashboard will be sufficient but some … Continue...

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Learning Club 05-07: Starting to love rmarkdown (Naive Bayes, Clustering, Linear Regression)

July 27, 2016
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Learning Club 05-07: Starting to love rmarkdown (Naive Bayes, Clustering, Linear Regression)

I remember when I had an R course at university I was really not a fan of rmarkdown and knitr. But since I participate in a Learning Club, where people are encouraged to document and present their code, data and results, I started to love it. Prior to that I’ve always documented my assignments at the university either … Continue...

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Adding basemap.at tiles to an R leaflet plot

January 28, 2016
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Adding basemap.at tiles to an R leaflet plot

Recently I wanted to visualise some data in a map of Austria. R Leaflet provides a pretty good looking map by default (openstreetmap.org) but I wanted to use basemap.at, which is a map for Austria and therefore probably the most accurate map available for Austria. Actually it is not very difficult but it was the … Continue...

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Use R to connect to twitter and create a wordcloud of your tweets

January 18, 2016
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Use R to connect to twitter and create a wordcloud of your tweets

Recently I wanted to create a wordcloud of my tweets and do further analysis. In this post I am going to show you how to connect to twitter in R and how to make a wordcloud from your tweets. To follow this tutorial, you need a Twitter account. First steps in R Install required libraries … Continue...

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