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Big Analytics Roundup (August 22, 2016)

MIT Technology Review reports that Chicago’s experiment in predictive policing isn’t working. Data scientists developed a list of a few hundred people likely to¬†commit a shooting; police, however, ignored the predictions, primarily because nobody told them what to do with individuals on the list. 519 more words

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RQGIS 0.1.0 release

We proudly announce the release of RQGIS! RQGIS establishes an interface between R and QGIS, i.e. it allows the user to access the more than 1000 QGIS geoalgorithms from within R. 495 more words

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Big Analytics Roundup (August 1, 2016)

There are two big stories this week: Apache Spark 2.0 and Apache Mesos 1.0. There’s also a new release from Kylin, and a nice crop of explainers. 378 more words

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Creating inset maps using spatial objects

A while ago Arnold explained in his post how to create an inset map using ggplot2. This is great but I have to admit I rarely use ggplot2 in combination with spatial data. 332 more words

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RQGIS - integrating R with QGIS

Kurt Menge recently explained in his post how it is possible to use R from within QGIS – the leading and open-software Desktop GIS. This is great but to access the geoalgorithms provided by QGIS you would still have to use Python or the QGIS GUI. 332 more words

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The R Project, an Open Source Software for Statistical Analysis

Originally, R was developed by John Chambers and his colleagues at the Bell Laboratories.  Later it became a collaborative effort from contributors around the world and continuously improving since then until now with its latest release of version 3.3.1 . 425 more words

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Big Analytics Roundup (June 13, 2016)

Spark Summit 2016 met last week in SFO. There were many cool things; I will publish a separate report when presentations and videos are available. 631 more words

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