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Facebook data PCA

I wanted to do this exploration because I have noticed some posts get a huge reach with very few shares/likes/comments.  I have also noticed some posts have a large number of shares/likes/comments but reach a small number of people. 148 more words

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Using R to calculate better cricket statistics... or, how to revolutionise the way we slag off Ian Bell.

Have you ever been bothered by the idea of career batting averages, how it doesn’t reflect a player’s form, and how it’s unfair to compare averages of cricketers who’ve played over a hundred tests to cricketers who’ve played maybe thirty since one bad innings will damage the experienced cricketer’s average way less than the relative newcomer? 1,553 more words

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I started to love Illustrator

So I have been reading the “Visualize This” book. Even though I won’t probably give it a high rating, but it was very useful to teach me how to get started with illustrator and lead by example in the very area I felt lost in when I tried to dive in. 104 more words

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Valar Morghulis: Some charts using GOT (tv-show) deaths

Drawing from one of the most important demographic laws, Valar Morghulis (all men must die), here is a simple summary of the deadly happenings in four seasons of GOT as reported by the… 236 more words

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The Multidimensional Success of Pixar Films Visualized

Get the popcorn.

Last Wednesday, as I watched the letter “I” flattened by a familiar sweaky little lamp, I found myself, for the first time in half a decade, about to enter a new Pixar universe. 1,179 more words

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Illustrator First Impression with Graphs

So today I was reading “Visualize This”, a book by Nathan Yao (author of flowingData blog). As I started to take visualization more seriously (in my efforts towards full-stack data science practitioner). 370 more words

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