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Replicating Plots – Boxplot Exercises

September 26, 2016
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Replicating Plots – Boxplot Exercises

R’s boxplot function has a lot of useful parameters allowing us to change the behaviour and appearance of the boxplot graphs. In this exercise we will try to use those parameters in order to replicate the visual style of Matlab’s boxplot. Before trying out this exercise please make sure that you are familiar with the

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Lessons Learnt About Data Viz – Why a Boxplot Is Sometimes The Worst Choice?

June 22, 2016
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Lessons Learnt About Data Viz – Why a Boxplot Is Sometimes The Worst Choice?

Data visualization is a means of visual communication that should help people understand the significance of data easily and see interesting trends, patterns, distributions,..etc. If your audience fails to grasp the message that was intended to be conveyed by the graph, they are not to be blamed. You are! or to be precise, your choice of the graphical representation...

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Creating plots in R using ggplot2 – part 10: boxplots

(This article was first published on Reimagined Invention, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) To leave a comment for the author, please follow the link and comment on their blog: Reimagined Invention. R-bloggers.com offers daily e-mail updates about R news and tutorials on topics such as: Data science, Big Data, R jobs, visualization (ggplot2, Boxplots, maps, animation), programming (RStudio, Sweave,...

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Philip Glass Composition and Exploding Boxplot

January 14, 2016
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Philip Glass Composition and Exploding Boxplot

This post will highlight a couple of my favorite things.  R programming and composer Philip Glass.  For those of you not familiar with his works, he basically pioneered the "minimalist" style of piano playing.  He has been writing and pe...

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Biblical kings and boxplots

January 11, 2016
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Biblical kings and boxplots

When you read through the biblical books of Kings, you may have been struck by a phrase that repeats itself for every monarch: In the Xth year of (king of kingdom B), (name of king) became king of (kingdom A). He reigned N years, and did (evil|good) in the sight of the Lord. If you’ve

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Boxplot with mean and standard deviation in ggPlot2 (plus Jitter)

February 2, 2014
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Boxplot with mean and standard deviation in ggPlot2 (plus Jitter)

When you create a boxplot in R, it automatically computes median, first and third quartile ("hinges") and 95% confidence interval of median ("notches").But we would like to change the default values of boxplot graphics with the mean, the mean + st...

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boxplotdbl 1.2.2 and diaplt 1.2.1 packages are now available at CRAN

November 24, 2013
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boxplotdbl 1.2.2 and diaplt 1.2.1 packages are now available at CRAN

The boxplotdbl 1.2.2 and the diaplt 1.2.1 are listed at CRAN.  Now the procedure to install, load and use the package is: install.packages('boxplotdbl') library(boxplotdbl) f <- as.factor(rep(1:2, each=5)) boxplotdou(f, rnorm(10), … Continue reading →

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Double Box Plot package boxplotdbl 1.2.0 released

November 23, 2013
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Double Box Plot package boxplotdbl 1.2.0 released

This article describes changes from the first release on March 2013, including changes from the beta release of package boxplotdbl. New features Newly supported arguments: col COLOR.SHEER factor.labels draw.legend shading … Continue reading →

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boxplotdbl and diaplt Packages 1.0.0 Public Beta are Available

October 20, 2013
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boxplotdbl and diaplt Packages 1.0.0 Public Beta are Available

These are beta version because the help manuals are not written yet.  Their functions are already matured to the releasse stage.  I will put them to CRAN as soon as … Continue reading →

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Relearn boxplot and label the outliers

February 5, 2013
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Relearn boxplot and label the outliers

Despite the fact that box plot is used almost every where and taught at undergraduate statistic classes, I recently had to re-learn the box plot in order to know how to label the outliers.This stackoverflow post was where I found how...

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