About this blogThis blog is mostly about my pursuits in Data Science. Previous blog entries also dealt with storage, compute, virtualization and professional services. Currently the focus is on Data Science, including Big Data, Hadoop, Business Intelligence, Data Warehouse, Data Integration and Visualization. From time to time I will blog about other things of interest. The opinions expressed in this blog are entirely my own and should not be taken as the opinion of my employer.
Tag Archives: visualization
Basic Boxplots with annotations in R
Boxplots in R can be a bit tricky (ugly actually), but here is an example below to help. Below is the binomial distribution for p = 0.3, p = 0.5 and p = 0.7 with total number of trials n … Continue reading
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Voting Patterns of the 113th Senate visualized in Gephi
Below is a graph I made using NetworkX, with data from govtrack.us. The layout was done using GraphViz. A Force Atlas model in Gephi was used as well as edge weight filtering to produce the graph. The node size is … Continue reading
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