Posts Tagged ‘ ggplot2 ’

The Rise and Fall of the name of Jennifer

July 20, 2014
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The Rise and Fall of the name of Jennifer

A recent fascinating post by Analysis at Large got me interested in naming trends analysis. The original post used Social Security data by state to map out the more frequent names by state. While this sounded interesting it turned out a single name (yo...

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Enrollments in US in Different Languages using rCharts and ggplot2

May 9, 2014
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UPDATE: THE BLOG/SITE HAS MOVED TO GITHUB. THE NEW LINK FOR THE BLOG/SITE IS patilv.github.io and THE LINK TO THIS POST IS: http://bit.ly/1pi5z8l . PLEASE UPDATE ANY BOOKMARKS YOU MAY HAVE.

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Shape File Selfies in ggplot2

April 12, 2014
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Shape File Selfies in ggplot2

In this post you will learn how to: Create your own quasi-shape file Plot your homemade quasi-shape file in ggplot2 Add an external svg/ps graphic to a plot Change a grid grob's color and alpha *Note get simple .md version … Continue reading →

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Take a look, it’s in a book: distribution of kindle e-book highlights

April 10, 2014
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Take a look, it’s in a book: distribution of kindle e-book highlights

If you've ever started a book and not finished it, it may comfort you to know that you are not alone. It's hard to get accurate estimates of the percentage books that are discontinued, but the rise of e-reading (and resulting circumvention of privacy) affords us the opportunity to answer related questions. The kindle e-reading »more

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Kaplan-Meier plots using ggplots2 (updated)

April 2, 2014
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Kaplan-Meier plots using ggplots2 (updated)

About 3 years ago I published some code on this blog to draw a Kaplan-Meier plot using ggplot2. Since then, ggplot2 has been updated (from 0.8.9 to 0.9.3.1) and has changed syntactically. Since that post, I have also become comfortable with Git and Github. I have updated the code, edited it for a small error, […]

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Scraping Pro-Football Data and Interactive Charts using rCharts, ggplot2, and shiny

February 10, 2014
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UPDATE: THE BLOG/SITE HAS MOVED TO GITHUB. THE NEW LINK FOR THE BLOG/SITE IS patilv.github.io and THE LINK TO THIS POST IS: http://bit.ly/1k0mKWI. PLEASE UPDATE ANY BOOKMARKS YOU MAY HAVE.This post uses pro-football (American) boxscore data from 1966 t...

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Sochi Olympic Medals

February 9, 2014
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Sochi Olympic Medals

For those who are addicted to R and haven’t the time to click the mouse on a web browser you too can still be informed about the results of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. I was inspired by a SO … Continue reading →

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Animated choropleths using animation, ggplot2, rCharts, googleVis and Shiny to visualize violent crime rates in different US States across 5 decades

January 17, 2014
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UPDATE: THE BLOG/SITE HAS MOVED TO GITHUB. THE NEW LINK FOR THE BLOG/SITE IS patilv.github.io and THE LINK TO THIS POST IS: http://bit.ly/1jccIBN. PLEASE UPDATE ANY BOOKMARKS YOU MAY HAVE.This post uses animated choropleths to visualize violent crime r...

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The Extra Step: Graphs for Communication versus Exploration

January 12, 2014
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The Extra Step: Graphs for Communication versus Exploration

Visualization is a useful tool for data exploration and statistical analysis, and it’s an important method for communicating your discoveries to others. While those two uses of visualization are related, they aren’t identical. One of the reasons that I like ggplot so much is that it excels at layering together multiple views and summaries of […] Related posts: Revisiting Cleveland’s The Elements of Graphing Data in ggplot2 My Favorite Graphs…

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Sentence Drawing: Part II

December 24, 2013
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Sentence Drawing: Part II

In a recent blog post I introduced Stefanie Posavec‘s Sentence Drawings. We created this ggplot2 rendition: We left off weighing the aesthetics of the Sentence Drawing with information of quality visualizations. I asked others to think of ways to display … Continue reading →

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