This post describes the construction of a similarity matrix and its use in creating grouped network graphs to examine freshwater access in rural regions of 194 countries around the world. The data comes from the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) for Water Supply and Sanitation, downloaded from The World Bank December 26, 2013. Continue reading
Creating interactive graphs and charts is a great way to show a lot of information in a small space without cluttering up the drawing canvas. This post describes the use of Ramnath Vaidyanathan’s
rCharts package with Thomas Lumley’s
survey package to create a simple bar chart with design-corrected standard errors that appear on mouseover.
In an organization with say, more than 10 people, letting users manage their own installations has goat rodeo written all over it. For this reason, I’m guessing your responsibility for software installations is inversely proportional to the size and sophistication of the organization you work for.
So, if you’re an occasional user of R at home or perhaps the lone statistician in your small office with limited tech support, this post’s for you. Continue reading
This post demonstrates the rendering of Espen Harlin’s interactive visualization example, with a little modification, in a WordPress post using Ruben Afonso’s Wp-D3 plugin. The code is simply sandwiched in between the