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Heatmap tables

January 7, 2011
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Heatmap tables

I blogged earlier (http://socialdatablog.com/what-is-wrong-with-this-graph) about the well-known risks of implying a continuous data scale in a graph where there isn't one. I just produced this alternative in the form of a heatmap table...

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Animated Heatmap of WikiLeaks Report Intensity in Afghanistan

August 17, 2010
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Visualisation of Activity in Afghanistan using the Wikileaks data from Mike Dewar on Vimeo. The latest visualization of the WikiLeaks data compiled by our group is an animation of the intensity of report observations in Afghanistan over the six year period in the WikiLeaks data. Team member Mike Dewar did the vast majority of work for

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R: heatmaps with gplots

April 8, 2010
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R: heatmaps with gplots

I use heatmaps quite a lot for visualizing data, microarrays of course but also DNA motif enrichment, base composition and other things. I particular like the heatmap.2 function of the gplots package. It has a couple of defaults that are a little ugly ...

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ggplot2: Quick Heatmap Plotting

January 25, 2010
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ggplot2: Quick Heatmap Plotting

A post on FlowingData blog demonstrated how to quickly make a heatmap below using R base graphics. This post shows how to achieve a very similar result using ggplot2. Data Import FlowingData used last season’s NBA basketball statistics provided by databasebasketball.com, and the csv-file with the data can be downloaded directly from its website. >

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Mapping unemployment data, 2016

January 30, 2017
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Mapping unemployment data, 2016

The last few posts at Sharp Sight have been fairly intense. Let’s make a quick map ... The post Mapping unemployment data, 2016 appeared first on SHARP SIGHT LABS.

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Creating a “balloon plot” as alternative to a heat map with ggplot2

January 24, 2017
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Creating a “balloon plot” as alternative to a heat map with ggplot2

Heat maps are great to compare observations with lots of variables (which must be comparable in terms of unit, domain, … Read More →

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In case you missed it: December 2016 roundup

January 11, 2017
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from December of particular interest to R users. Power BI now has a gallery of custom visualizations built with R. Chicago's Department of Public Health uses R to prioritize health inspections at restaurants. A beautiful map of Switzerland municipalities combined with a relief map of the mountains, created with R....

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Gene homology Part 3 – Visualizing Gene Ontology of Conserved Genes

January 4, 2017
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Gene homology Part 3 – Visualizing Gene Ontology of Conserved Genes

Which genes have homologs in many species? In Part 1 and Part 2 I have already explored gene homology between humans and other species. But there I have only considered how many genes where shared between the species. In this post I want to have a cl...

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Interview with Joe Cheng

January 4, 2017
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by Joseph Rickert Recently, I had the opportunity to interview RStudio’s Joe Cheng. Joe, the inventor and lead developer for Shiny, was the first person that J.J. Allaire invited to join the RStudio IDE project. We talked about those early days, how Shiny got started, Joe’s background as a software developer, his take on the

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7 Visualizations You Should Learn in R

December 29, 2016
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7 Visualizations You Should Learn in R

7 Visualizations You Should Learn in R With ever increasing volume of data, it is impossible to tell stories without visualizations. Data visualization is an art of how to turn numbers into useful knowledge. R Programming lets you learn this art by offering a set of inbuilt functions and libraries to build visualizations and present... Read MoreThe...

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