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A glance at R-bloggers Twitter feed

February 27, 2017
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A glance at R-bloggers Twitter feed

It’s the second time I write a post about the blog aggregator R-bloggers, probably because I’m all about R blogs now that I have one. My husband says my posts are so meta. My first post was about R blogs names, in this one I shall focus on the last...

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Raccoon | Ch 2.5 – Unbalanced and Nested Anova

February 21, 2017
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Raccoon | Ch 2.5 – Unbalanced and Nested Anova

Raccoon is a free web-book about Statistical Models with R. This chapter tackles two Anova special cases: Unbalanced Anova and Nested Anova . The post Raccoon | Ch 2.5 – Unbalanced and Nested Anova appeared first on Quantide - R training & consulting.

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Bar bar plots but not Babar plots

February 18, 2017
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Bar bar plots but not Babar plots

You might have heard of the “bar bar plots” movement whose goal is to prevent using (let’s use ggplot2 language shall we) geom_bar when you could have used e.g. geom_boxplot or geom_histogram because the bar plot hides the variability of the dist...

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Bar bar plots but not Babar plots

February 18, 2017
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Bar bar plots but not Babar plots

You might have heard of the “bar bar plots” movement whose goal is to prevent using (let’s use ggplot2 language shall we) geom_bar when you could have used e.g. geom_boxplot or geom_histogram because the bar plot hides the variability of the dist...

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Raccoon | Ch 2.5 – Unbalanced Anova with one obs dropped

February 16, 2017
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Raccoon | Ch 2.5 – Unbalanced Anova with one obs dropped

Raccoon is a free web-book about Statistical Models with R. It's the collection of twenty years of notes, exercises and concepts working with statistics and R. This is the fifth section of the second chapter, about unbalanced Anova with one obs dropped. The post Raccoon | Ch 2.5 – Unbalanced Anova with one obs dropped appeared first...

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To Eat, or Not to Eat…WHERE is the question

February 13, 2017
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To Eat, or Not to Eat…WHERE is the question

According to NYC Health, “Each year, thousands of New York City residents become sick from consuming foods or drinks that are contaminated with harmful bacteria, viruses The post To Eat, or Not to Eat...WHERE is the question appeared first on NYC Data Science Academy Blog.

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Visualizing Streaming Data And Alert Notification with Shiny

February 13, 2017
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Visualizing Streaming Data And Alert Notification with Shiny

Streaming Data is data that is generated continuously and it includes various sources such as sensors, log files, geospatial services, etc. The data may come at regular intervals and we may want to have a dashboard which updates by itself and incorporates the newly added data so that we can use it for deta driven Email and Text...

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Who were the notable dead of Wikipedia?

February 11, 2017
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Who were the notable dead of Wikipedia?

As described in my last post, I extracted all notable deaths from Wikipedia over the 2004-2016 period. In this post I want to explore this study population. Who were the notable dead? How old were notable dead? Let me assume here most entries of th...

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Who were the notable dead of Wikipedia?

February 11, 2017
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Who were the notable dead of Wikipedia?

As described in my last post, I extracted all notable deaths from Wikipedia over the 2004-2016 period. In this post I want to explore this study population. Who were the notable dead? How old were notable dead? Let me assume here most entries of th...

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Comparing (Fancy) Survival Curves with Weighted Log-rank Tests

February 9, 2017
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Comparing (Fancy) Survival Curves with Weighted Log-rank Tests

We have just adopted weighted Log-rank tests to the survminer package, thanks to survMisc::comp. What are they and why they are useful? Read this blog post to find out. I used ggthemr to make the presentation a little bit more bizarre. Log-rank statistic for 2 groups Weighted Log-rank extensions ...

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