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Category Archives: R
R Markdown
I was toying with the idea of moving to LaTex for word processing needs. This post Markdown or LaTeX from Yihui Xie provides enlightenment on the subject. My challenge is that customers still demand documents to be in Microsoft Word. … Continue reading
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Late to the party: Str and Summary function in R
I admit I am very late to the party with these functions but after dealing with enough messy data sets they are now required before any analysis. These functions will help you understand the underlying structure of your data sets. … Continue reading
Predicting values based on Linear Model
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Boxplots and Exploratory Graphs
One key aspect to a data analysis is creating exploratory graphs. This point was emphasized in the Data Analysis course I took from Jeff Leek and I have found it beneficial in my work. According to Leek, the purpose of an … Continue reading
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Converting Integer Variable to Numeric Variable in R
Working with MLB Player Stats in R, I got stuck plotting and summarizing the runs scored variable. I needed to convert the Runs variable from Integer to Numeric. Again I thought this was going to be challenging but it was … Continue reading
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