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How to simulate a bouncing ball in R – more on simecol events and external inputs

August 14, 2016
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How to simulate a bouncing ball in R – more on simecol events and external inputs

In this post I'll clarify the incorporation of external inputs in the dynamic model specification using simecol, again reviewing the relevant parts of the simecol simulation model for the Battle of Iwo Jima that I presented in the last post. I will also give an alternate specification for this model and compare both ways of specifying external inputs...

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Chile Week 2016: the year Chile hails China as its top trade partner

Chile Week 2016: the year Chile hails China as its top trade partner

Nice and clean China now is Chile's leading trade partner, with their bilateral trade volume having grown fourfold in the past decade. In 2015, Chilean exports to China amounted to 18 billion US dollars, while imports totaled 14 billion dollars. In 10 ...

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R/simecol Simulation Model for the Battle of Iwo Jima

August 8, 2016
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R/simecol Simulation Model for the Battle of Iwo Jima

It was about 71 years ago today that the Second World War on the Asian front ended. After the tragic Little Boy and Fat Man detonations over Hiroshima and Nagasaki on the 6th and 9th of August 1945, respectively, the Japanese surrendered in August 14th.When I taught the Simulation and Modeling course for the Systems Engineering department...

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Data Science in Minutes

August 5, 2016
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Data Science in Minutes

Your very first data science project from end to end in minutes The post Data Science in Minutes appeared first on rDisorder.

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Plotcon 2016 – Speakers and topics in R

July 30, 2016
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Plotcon 2016 – Speakers and topics in R

Jenny Bryan Topic: Extract plotting intent from spreadsheets in R Bio: Jennifer Bryan is an Associate Professor in the Statistics Department and the Michael Smith Laboratories at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. She’s a biostatistician specialized in genomics and takes a special interest and delight in data analysis and statistical computing. Kent Russell

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Casting Call for MERS-CoV in Korea, 2015

July 18, 2016
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Casting Call for MERS-CoV in Korea, 2015

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. The markdown+Rknitr source code of this blog is available under a GNU General Public License (GPL v3) license from . Abstract We perform an adjustment for observed-but-not-yet-reported cases (aka. nowcasting) for the epidemic curve of the...

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New Course: Learn Data Visualization in R with Our ggvis Tutorial

July 11, 2016
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New Course: Learn Data Visualization in R with Our ggvis Tutorial

The latest interactive course in the RStudio track is now available on DataCamp: ggvis tutorial. The first part of the tutorial is available for  free, so everyone can now learn interactively how to start creating stunning ggvis data visualizations i...

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In case you missed it: June 2016 roundup

July 8, 2016
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from June of particular interest to R users. A preview of the tutorials presented at the useR! 2016 conference. A "advanced beginner's" guide to R published by ComputerWorld includes guides on data wrangling, visualization, and data APIs. Microsoft R Server now runs on Apache Spark, bringing high performance to big-data...

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Animated world inequality map

Animated world inequality map

In my last post I had a first look (for me) at Estimated Household Income Inequality data from the University of Texas Inequality Project. These data came to my attention when Professor James K. Galbraith used them in his keynote presentation to the 2016 New Zealand Association of Economists conference. Some of the slides...

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Making “Time Rivers” in R

June 28, 2016
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Making “Time Rivers” in R

Once again, @albertocairo notices an interesting chart and spurs pondering in the visualization community with his post covering an unusual “vertical time series” chart produced for the print version of the NYTimes: I’m actually less concerned about the vertical time series chart component here since I agree with TAVE* Cairo that folks are smart enough... Continue reading →

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