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  • R Source Code to produce the spread chart (below). Again, this code produces many other charts and tables. The <em>scatter.plot</em> function performs the bulk of the work. The data for http://www.rpgdreamers.com is here.
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  • R Source Code to produce the acyclic walk heat chart (below). Note that this code produces many other charts and tables. The heat chart is produced by the <em>make.step.heatplot</em> function. I am afraid the data for this is 57MB, so I have not posted it.
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  • R Source Code to produce the acyclic walk heat chart (below). Note that this code produces many other charts and tables. The heat chart is produced by the make.step.heatplot function. I am afraid the data for this is 57MB, so I have not posted it.
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(:title R Lecture and Notes:)

On September 26, 2013, I presented a brief introduction to R for Dr. Nelson's CS 595 Introduction to Web Science class. The slides and source code used follow:

  • Slides (PDF).
  • load.R: My typed data table loader.
  • R Source Code to produce the spread chart (below). Again, this code produces many other charts and tables. The <em>scatter.plot</em> function performs the bulk of the work. The data for http://www.rpgdreamers.com is here.

Spread Scatter Chart
  • R Source Code to produce the acyclic walk heat chart (below). Note that this code produces many other charts and tables. The heat chart is produced by the <em>make.step.heatplot</em> function. I am afraid the data for this is 57MB, so I have not posted it.

Drift Heat Chart

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