I recently found some interesting data about snowfall in Central Park. I put the data into a Google spreadsheet.

Suppose that I wish to compare all of the snowfall amounts of March, the amounts of April, etc. 289 more words

I recently found some interesting data about snowfall in Central Park. I put the data into a Google spreadsheet.

Suppose that I wish to compare all of the snowfall amounts of March, the amounts of April, etc. 289 more words

I read two really useful guides to processing text data recently; an analysis of Trump’s tweets to work out whether it’s him or an intern sending them, and… 924 more words

Suppose you want to examine the impact of diet and exercise on pulse rate. To investigate these issues, you collect a sample of 18 individuals and group them according to their dietary preferences: meat eaters and vegetarians. 795 more words

Here we illustrate the use of the ` ggplot2 `

package in constructing graphs to compare groups of numeric data. We’ll discuss some familiar and some not-as-familiar graphs for this purpose. 494 more words

The `chick1`

dataset is a data frame consisting of 578 rows and 4 columns “weight” “Time” “Chick” & “Diet” which represents the progression of weight of several chicks. 937 more words

This week, we are focusing on graphs and summaries for a single batch of data. The ggplot2 package can’t construct a stem-and-leaf diagram, but there are several ways of graphing a distribution of a single continuous variable. 511 more words

I have been working in R for a almost a period of Three Years. I learned it myself from the tutorials, documentation and online courses. Recently, I came across a two interesting problems, which I feel are worth sharing to the people. 931 more words