This article is the follow-up of Retrieving And Scrapping Archived Data With The Wayback Machine. After explaining how to retrieve and scrap website data from the Internet Archive, here I will display some results from the scrapped archived website https://www.staticgen.com/ at seven dates, starting from May 2014 to August 2019.
Archives web pages as permanently stored data are indispensable for reproducibility issues. But they are also valuable research resources as they are data for historical and comparative research. I will demonstrate the research significance with the historical analysis of static website generators. This here is the first part and shows how to use the Wayback Machine for retrieving archived web pages. The second part displays the results of the analysis which would not be possible without web archiving.
End-of-Chapter Exercises of chapter 04: "The Normal Distribution and Sampling" from "Introduction To The New Statistics" by Geoff Cumming & Robert Calin-Jageman (Routledge 2017) with some extra exercises (Getting data from a table on a web page with web scraping and copying data to Excel sheet, data tidying and displaying distribution)
End-of-Chapter Exercises of chapter 03: "Picturing and Describing Data" from "Introduction To The New Statistics" by Geoff Cumming & Robert Calin-Jageman (Routledge 2017)
This is the companion file to http://rpubs.com/pbaumgartner/r2wp. It was completely written in RMarkdown and uploaded with the R environment RStudio an open source professional software for R.
How to publish results from the open source statistics program directly into WordPress? The article explains the interplay between packages knitr, RWordPress and XMLRPC with the WordPress API and demonstrates their usage.
Learning statistics with https://www.openintro.org/ Confidence intervals. (But also notes on ProjectTemplate, Bibliography in RMarkdown and consideration how to draw histograms.
Learning statistics with https://www.openintro.org/ Sampling distribution
Learning statistics with https://www.openintro.org/ Probability
Learning statistics with https://www.openintro.org/ Normal distribution
Learning statistics with https://www.openintro.org/ Introduction to data exploration
Learning Statistics with https://www.openintro.org/ Introduction to R.
Learning Statistics with https://www.openintro.org/. Personal learning goal and used material. Introduction to methods and data basics using R packages ggplot and dplyr instead of base R.