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The Distribution of 'Sports Illustrated' Covers: The Bikini'd & The Not


It’s that time of year…the time of year when we are all reminded that the Swimsuit Issue of Sports Illustrated exists, a fact that made John Oliver’s team recently ask,  909 more words

Data Visualization

I'd Like to Thank the Academy...for making this data available


The Oscars, like most award shows, are a mixture of the scripted and the unscripted. While the skeleton of the show rests upon the predetermined quips of the host and award presenters, the flesh of the Oscars rests within the surprise wins that are embodied by acceptance speeches given by excited, nervous, and often emotional award winners. 1,919 more words

Data Visualization

R commander: regresión polinomial, gráfica con su 95% de intervalo de confianza y predicción de valores

Introducción de los datos en R commander

Los datos con los que trabajaremos se encuentran a continuación y están organizados en dos columnas con el nombre de X e Y. 824 more words

Intervalos De Confianza

About Visualization – comments on the last Barcelona R User Group Meetup at itnig

Fruit de la col·laboració d’itnig amb el grup d’usuaris d’R, ens van demanar si podríem escriure al seu bloc sobre el grup i com havia anat la reunió de la setmana passada sobre ggplot2. 504 more words


Calculation of Win Probabilities, Part II

In an earlier post, I described how one can compute end-of-inning win probabilities for the home team using Retrosheet game log data. One is usually interested in computing win probabilities after each play, and using these to find so-called WPA (win-probability added) values that we can attribute to specific players. 781 more words


Cheap Home Air Quality Monitoring

I’ve wanted to monitor room temperature and humidity in my home for quite some time and I recently came across the ESP8266 Wi-Fi microcontrollers that were ideal for the job. 694 more words

Technical Stuff

Fun with ggplot2

Our lesson this week in 401 involved looking at the ggplot2 library to create histograms, scatterplots, and box plots. I tried this out with some of our data from one of our pain studies. 203 more words