How to Display Data on a World Map in R

One of the strengths of R is its vast ecosystem of libraries. This includes numerous sophisticated visualization libraries—some of which, such as the excellent ggplot, are capable of producing publication quality charts. I’m not a huge fan of charts (e.g. scatterplots, barcharts) as communication devices. I believe that conclusions can usually be presented more succinctly. […]
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Using a Pipeline Operator in R

I find myself programming more and more in a functional style these days. Obviously, R, F# and Scala encourage it—but I’m a heavy user of LINQ in C# and my JavaScript has been going that way for a while too. When programming in languages other than F#, I yearn for the pipeline operator (|>). The […]
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How to Build a Predictive Model using R

As the availability of high quality data continues to grow, the most successful organizations will be those that can draw value from it. This requires powerful analysis tools that can transform data into useful results. One such tool is R—a popular open-source language and environment for statistical analysis. In a recent survey, data scientists identified […]
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