Chronology of North Korea's missile, rocket launches
geom_map() has changed and here's what you need to be aware of
A small example of using the purrr package in pipes for some data munging before analysis/plotting (using a data set from this week’s Data is Plural newsletter).
png, jpg, tiff, svg, svglite, and a bunch of pdf devices output compared
U.S. composite Albers projection (with AK & HI moved near TX)
bar chart tooltips in ggiraph
The storm that smacked the east cost in January 2016 missed Maine but whacked all points Mass. & below. Here's how one could have tracked & visualized power outages in Mass. in R.
This uses Skeleton instead of Bootstrap and has more customizations (including positioning). I'm interested to see what this does to RPubs.
A comparison of three-(ish) ways of turning a list into a data.frame
Playing with open gov state metadata
A non-Flash #rstats version of http://eerscmap.usgs.gov/windfarm/
a bit of a stress test
How to use alternate execution engines in Rmd knitr blocks
this time with leaflet crunchy goodness
Run the code daily to see updated models.
Ensuring Business Insiders's clickbait has a counter-voice
A riff off of the most excellent post by Greg at y^hat http://blog.yhathq.com/posts/customer-segmentation-using-python.html
mimic examples from the TauCharts API
How to make charts like file://localhost/Users/bob/Desktop/changing_sector.html with http://github.com/hrbrmstr/streamgraph
Leaflet htmldiwidget with scaled circles at airports (ref: http://bl.ocks.org/mbostock/7608400 ) some of which overlap and some that are (properly) tiny. Rather than make folks precision click, there's a Voronoi overlay that intercepts the clicks and lets you get the underlying data, even if you can't see the dot.
Showing how simple it is to make Leaflet maps out of ProjectLinework shapefiles via the lineworkmaps package
Small series of examples of how to use Project Linework shapefiles via the freshly minted lineworkmaps package into R. It also shows how to stylize them in a similar fashion as seen on the Project Linework website - http://www.projectlinework.org/
Demonstration of web scraping, automating file downloads & data frame creation, data cleaning, data re-shaping, visualization and htmlwidgets. Also contains a Jupyter notebook for comparison and both Rmd and R scripts. It should be a great project for folks somewhat new to R to work through and modfy.
Vignette for the metricsgraphics package showing off R htmlwidget examples of the official MetricsGraphics.js examples.
mjs_grid (grid.arrange-like functionality) support
metricsgraphics.js htmlwidgets wrapper demo
short demo of the 0.1 release of the htmlwidgets wrapper pkg for MetricsGraphics.js charts
Making maps with ggvis with some examples showing: - basic map creation - basic maps with points/labels - dynamic choropleths (with various scales) - applying projections and custom color fills - apply projections and projecting coordiantes for plotting
2013 PRC Aggregated Breaches Vis
his bit of R takes an irregular time series generated by attempting to scrape data every 15 minutes from Central Maine Power's web site and then converts it to a regular 15 min interval series and then aggregates it into an hourly time series for (eventual) use with http://rud.is/outage (specifically, the sparkgraph on the legend/table)
An example of what you can do by avoiding the base graphics package in R for the third programming assignment of Coursera's "Computing for Data Analysis Class" held in January of 2013.