This tutorial was originally developed for the STAT545 course at UBC, but I decided to publish it shortly afterwards so that more people can benefit from it
Shiny is a package from RStudio that can be used to build interactive web pages with R. While that may sound scary because of the words “web pages”, it’s geared...
The annual Japanese R user conference “Japan.R” was held in Dec 5th, 2015 at Recuit Ginza 8 Bldg and attended by more than 200 R users. In this post, I will share some presentations in English. Talk sessions Machine Learning…Read more ›
Earlier this week, Andrie showed you how to set up and provision your own virtual machine (VM) to run R and RStudio in Azure. Another option is to use the new Microsoft Data Science Virtual Machine, a pre-configured instance that includes a suite of tools useful to data scientists, including: Revolution R Open (performance-enhanced R) Anaconda Python Visual Studio...
Web Scraping to Item Response Theory: A College Football Adventure
Brandon LeBeau, Andrew Zieffler, and Kyle Nickodem
University of Iowa & University of Minnesota
Began after Tim Brewster was fired
Wanted to try to predict next great coach
Data is available at three levels
Game by Game
Example Coach Data
Following on yesterday's announcement of RcppCCTZ, what is the only thing better than another date, time, or timezones library package? One that works on Solaris too :)
Bradley White from CCTZ upstream spotted the failed compilation on the machine in Oxford and suggested a quick fix. Jeroen quickly tested what I had put into a branch, and...
A new package! A couple of weeks ago folks at Google released CCTZ: a C++ library for translating between absolute and civil times using the rules of a time zone. It requires only a proper C++11 compiler and the standard IANA time zone data base which standard Unix, Linux, OS X, ... computers tend to have in /usr/share/zoneinfo.
This post makes an attempt to depict the averages spent across the states towards their TV channel expenses for a big size country (USA). Though it has been developed using sample data belonging to a particular service provider; this post depicts its i...
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In a previous post, I wrote about what I use association rules for and mentioned a Shiny application I developed to explore and visualize rules. This post is about that app. The app is mainly a wrapper around the