Monthly Archive: June 2015
NOTE: the colour input described here is no longer part of shinyjs and is now available in the colourpicker package instead. I don’t always think Shiny is missing anything, but...continue reading.
In my last post, I compiled and cleaned publicly available data on over 4.5 million stops over the past 11 years. I also presented preliminary summary statistics showing that blacks had...continue reading.
The NYPD provides publicly available data on stop and frisks with data dictionaries, located here. The data, ranging from 2003 to 2014, contains information on over 4.5 million stops. Several...continue reading.
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I made some more progress on my Google Summer of Code project MixedModels. The linear mixed models fitting method is now capable of handling non-numeric (i.e., categorical) predictor variables, as...continue reading.
I just published a new interactive visualization in my series of basic statistical concepts and techniques. This time I am trying to show how the t-distribution and the normal distribution...continue reading.
Performance: Calling R_CheckUserInterrupt() Every 256 Iteration is Actually Faster than Every 1,000,000 Iteration
If your native code takes more than a few seconds to finish, it is a nice courtesy to the user to check for user interrupts (Ctrl-C) once in a while,...continue reading.
The code and dataset are available here.continue reading.