Tag: R

Genomic Ranges: An Introduction to Working with Genomic Data

To view the code that generated this blog post, check out Jack Fu's project here on Domino Data Lab. This is a guest blog post by...

Visual Logic Authoring vs Code

At some point in their careers, almost every data scientist has written code to perform a series of steps, and thought, “It would be great if...

R in Ecology

This is a guest post from Auriel Fournier, a PhD Candidate with the Arkansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at the University of Arkansas. I’m...

Applied Spatial Data Science with R

Introduction I recently started working on my Ph.D dissertation which utilizes a vast amount of different spatial data types. During the process, I discovered that there...

Predicting winners of the Rugby World Cup

This a guest post by Arnu Pretorius For the sake of brevity, not all the relevant data and code are displayed in this post but can...

Better interactive data science with Beaker and Rodeo

Domino has offered support for IPython/Jupyter for a while, but we recently added support for two newer, up-and-coming tools for interactive data science: Beaker Notebooks, and...

Optimizing Chicago’s Services with the Power of Analytics

In an effort to reduce the public’s exposure to food-borne illness, the City of Chicago partnered with Allstate’s Quantitative Research & Analytics department to develop a...

Geographic visualization with R’s ggmap

Have you ever crunched some numbers on data that involved spatial locations? If the answer is no, then boy are you missing out! So much spatial...

Deep Learning with h2o.ai

This post provides a brief history lesson and overview of deep learning, coupled with a quick "how to" guide for dipping your toes into the water...

How to do factor analysis

This is a guest post by Evan Warfel. The code and results are available on Domino. Background P-values. T-tests. Categorical variables. All are contenders for the...

Interactive dashboards with knitr and htmlwidgets

Introduction htmlwidgets for R is a nifty R package that lets you easily generate interactive visualization. There are already widgets for interactive time series charts, 3D...

How to get started with the Data Science Bowl

I am thrilled to share a Domino project we’ve created with starter code in R and Python for participating in the Data Science Bowl. Our starter...

Visualizing home ownership with small multiples and R

This is guest post by Antonio Sánchez Chinchón. The code, data, and results are available as a public project on Domino. The "small multiples" visualization technique...

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