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DESeq2 Course Work

September 28, 2016
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DESeq2 Course Work

The following workflow has been designed as teaching instructions for an introductory course to RNA-seq data analysis with DESeq2. The course is designed for PhD students and will be given at the University of Münster from 10th to 21st of October...

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exprAnalysis package

September 27, 2016
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exprAnalysis package

I created the R package exprAnalysis designed to streamline my RNA-seq data analysis pipeline. Below you find the vignette for installation and usage of the package. This package combines functions from various packages used to analyze and visuali...

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How to combine Google Maps with a Choropleth shapefile of Holland in R: Amsterdam neighbourhoods (postal codes) by number of customers

September 27, 2016
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How to combine Google Maps with a Choropleth shapefile of Holland in R: Amsterdam neighbourhoods (postal codes) by number of customers

This blog hands you the R code needed to create a choropleth heatmap on top of a Google Maps plot of Amsterdam. With this plot you can easily compare the conversion rates of each of the neighbourhoods (postal code areas) of Amsterdam.

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Introduction to BiclustGUI

September 26, 2016
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Introduction to BiclustGUI

BiclustGUI in R Ewoud De Troyer, University of Hasselt (CenStat) Biclustering in a GUI & Growing a GUI together! Introduction We are happy to announce the first release of the BiclustGUI on CRAN (RcmdrPlugin.BiclustGUI)! This GUI will you enable...

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EARL London 2016 revisited – Day 1

September 23, 2016
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EARL London 2016 revisited – Day 1

This year’s EARL conference in London was another huge success. In this blogpost we revisit some of the presentations from Day 1. In stream 1 the conference started off with a presentation about recommender systems at the Telegraph by Magda … Continue reading →

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San Francisco Crime Data Analysis Part 2

September 19, 2016
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San Francisco Crime Data Analysis Part 2

Hello ladies and gents! After, a long break due to my PhD dissertation taking all my time, I am finally back. I am done with my PhD studies, and got my degree. Yaay for me🙂 Let’s continue our analysis of SF crime data. In the first part I had analyzed the data among different variables, … Continue...

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Visualizing the Fragile State Index 2016

September 18, 2016
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Every year the Fund For Peace produces the Fragile State Index, a list that scores each nation across 12 social, economic, and political dimensions with the sum of these scores being a total measure of that nations vulnerability to collapse. While the most fragile nations tend to always have high (bad) scores across all dimensions,

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Network Analysis Part 1 Exercises

September 15, 2016
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Network Analysis Part 1 Exercises

In this set of exercises we shall create an empty graph and practice the functions for basic manipulation with vertices and edges, using the package igraph. If you don’t have the package already installed, install it using the following code: install.packages("igraph") and load it into the session using the following code: library("igraph") before proceeding. You

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EARL 2016 talk

September 15, 2016
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EARL 2016 talk

I spoke on 14th September at the EARL (Effective Applications of the R Language) conference in London. This is event is concerned exclusively with the R programming language and it was the first… Continue reading →

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Software engineering data sets

September 5, 2016
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Software engineering data sets

The pretty pictures from my empirical software engineering book are now online, along with the 210 data sets and R code (330M). Plotting the number of data sets in each year shows that empirical software engineering has really taken off in the last 10 years (code+data). Around dozen or so confidential data sets are not

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