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Category Archives: data
I thought I would share something I found in an advertisement/marketing email from Uber Taxi. See anything amiss about the bar charts? Let's hope Uber doesn't charge rates like they scale their bar charts. Could be bad for business.
I downloaded text data from http://public.spellingbee.com/public/results/2014/round_results and performed some text mining on the contestant interviews and came up with some interesting results. The hobby with the highest round average was Volunteering followed by Chess and Movies. I filtered for hobbies … Continue reading
Hops are what give beer a bitter, tangy, citrusy, earthy, fruity, floral, herbal, woody, piney, and/or a spicy aromas and flavors. Originally they were used as a preservative because of their natural antimicrobial powers, now they are a defining characteristic … Continue reading
The other day I was writing a prediction script in R for a very large data set. I was data prepping and needed to create a logical vector from a numeric vector. I didn't want to spend the time loading … Continue reading
It's hard to believe, but webscraping in R can be done really easily. With no fancy packages either. I recently ran into the need to scrape weather information from the web. After writing the program, I realized this specific task … Continue reading
As I promised, I thought I would show an example using DPLYR. I decided to create my own data set, instead of going with a canned data set in R. I did this to preface my next few posts. After … Continue reading