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correspondence analysis Easily Add Images to a Correspondence Analysis Plot in R
17 May 2017 | by Tim Bock

You can take your correspondence analysis plots to the next level by including images. Better still, you don’t need to paste in the images after the analysis is complete – you can include them right…

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Scatterplots A New R Package for Labeled Scatterplots and Bubble Charts
26 April 2017 | by Tim Bock

  The rhtmlLabeledScatter package on github attempts to solve three chronic challenges with labeled scatterplots: readability with large numbers of labels, bubbles, and the use of images.   Four tools for dealing with overlapping labels 1….

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Relative importance analysis table 4 Reasons to Compute Importance Using Relative Weights Rather than Shapley Regression
19 April 2017 | by Justin Yap

Shapley regression is a popular method for estimating the importance of predictor variables in linear regression. This method can deal with highly correlated predictor variables that are frequently encountered in real-world data. Shapley regression has been gaining popularity…

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Custom sankey diagrams Creating Custom Sankey Diagrams Using R
29 March 2017 | by Tim Bock

I have previously shown how Sankey diagrams can easily be used to visualize response patterns in surveys and to display decision trees. Following on from these posts, I will now be getting a bit more technical,…

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Term document matrix Text Analysis: Hooking up Your Term Document Matrix to Custom R Code
27 February 2017 | by Chris Facer

  I have previously written about some of the text analysis options that are available in Displayr: sentiment analysis, text cleaning, and the predictive tree.  As text analysis is a growing field, you likely want to…

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Interactive visualization in R How to Add an Interactive R Visualization to a Blog in Under 30 Seconds
21 February 2017 | by Tim Bock

Check out the interactive R visualization below. Click on one of the circles with lots of lines connected to it and drag it around. I find this quite enjoyable. Does it mean anything? I do…

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