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Is ‘Yeah’ Josh and Chuck’s favorite word?

November 5, 2016
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Is ‘Yeah’ Josh and Chuck’s favorite word?

Text mining and sentiment analysis of a Stuff You Should Know Podcast Stuff You Should Know (or SYSK) is one of the many great podcasts from How Stuff Works. The two SYSK hosts Josh and Chuck have taught me so many fascinating things over the years,...

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rbokeh Version 0.5.0 Released

November 2, 2016
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The rbokeh package version 0.5.0 was recently released. For those not familiar with rbokeh, it is a plotting library based on BokehJS with the goal of making it easy to flexibly create declarative interactive web-based visualizations in R. To get an o...

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ggplot2 axis limit gotchas

ggplot2 axis limit gotchas

Setting axis limits in ggplot has behaviour that may be unexpected: any data that falls outside of the limits is ignored, instead of just being hidden. This means that if you are apply a statistic or calculation on the data, like plotting a box and whi...

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ggmail + forecast = how many emails I will get tomorrow?

October 31, 2016
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ggmail + forecast = how many emails I will get tomorrow?

During the eRum 2016, Adam Zagdański gave a very good tutorial about time series modeling. Among other things I’ve learned that the forecast package (created by Rob Hyndman) got cool new plots based on the ggplot2 package. Let’s use it to play with mailbox statistics for my gmail account! 1. Get the data Follow this … Czytaj...

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A quick exploration of the ReporteRs package

October 28, 2016
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A quick exploration of the ReporteRs package

The package ReporteRs has been getting some play on the interwebs this week, though it’s actually been around for a while. The nice thing about this package is that it allows writing Word and PowerPoint documents in an OS-independent fashion unlike some earlier packages. It also allows the editing of documents by using bookmarks within

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Comparing Symmetric Eigenvalue Performance

October 28, 2016
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Comparing Symmetric Eigenvalue Performance

Lazy reader’s guide: skip to the pretty pictures, skim the conclusions section, ignore the rest. Background I think a lot about eigenvalue and singular value decompositions. I won’t get into it right now, but I have been quoted in the past as sa...

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A ‘tidyverse’ approach to simulation models

October 27, 2016
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A ‘tidyverse’ approach to simulation models

A ‘tidyverse’ approach to simulation models I am a big fan of Rstudio’s (mainly led by Hadley Wickham) series of R packages known as the ‘tidyverse’. The packages modernise much of R’s functionality to better deal with moderately large da...

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Cut your regression to mediocrity with this 1 WEIRD TRICK!

October 27, 2016
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Cut your regression to mediocrity with this 1 WEIRD TRICK!

Well, like all clickbait articles, this isn’t going to be nearly as helpful to you as you were hoping — at least, not if you’re looking for some way to stop living an average life and fulfill your potential and blah blah blah. But, if you’re concerned about regression to the mean (aka “regression to… Continue reading...

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Bar plot of Group Means with Individual Observations

October 27, 2016
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Bar plot of Group Means with Individual Observations

Example data sets Install ggpubr Bar plot of group means with individual informations ggpubr is great for data visualization and very easy to use for non-“R programmer”. It makes easy to simply produce an elegant ggplot2-based graphs. Read more about ggpubr:...

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Raccoon | Ch. 2.1 – T-test, Anova: 1-sample t-test

October 27, 2016
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Raccoon | Ch. 2.1 – T-test, Anova: 1-sample t-test

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 first section of the second chapter, about 1-sample t-test. The post Raccoon | Ch. 2.1 – T-test, Anova: 1-sample t-test appeared first on Quantide - R...

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