Posts tagged ‘rstats’


Getting Started with AnalytiXagility Mini-apps ➜

As you may know we launched the updated version of AnalytiXagility last week, and the platform now includes some great new capabilities in the form …



Using XML within AnalytiXagility ➜

This post provides an introduction to the XML library contained within R. It takes us through the process of parsing XML documents, transforming data into …



The Performance Gains of Using MADlib for In-Database Analytics ➜

If you are analysing a big data set you will likely hit the limits of in-memory analytics. Carrying out the same analysis in-database, can be …



Visualising air pollution data over time ➜

The health effects of air pollution have been reported in research studies over the past 30 years. These effects include respiratory diseases such as asthma, …



Using Run Charts to Visualise Variant CPs Due to Changing Targets of A&E Waiting Time Data ➜

In analytics, run charts are used to identify and display trends in data over time. We will show how we can visualise variant CPs due …



Visualising Features of A&E Waiting Time Data Using Run Charts ➜

In analytics, run charts are used to identify and display trends in data over time. In this post we show how to use the AnalytiXagility …



Introduction to dplyr ➜

dplyr is a new package for R written by Hadley Wickham and Romain Francois and is the successor to Hadley Wickham’s earlier package plyr. It …



Working with Date-times and Time Zones in R ➜

The purpose of this blog is to work with dates in R which have times and time zones. All variables of class Date which are …



Formatting Date-times R ➜

The purpose of this blog is to introduce users to formatting date-times in R. All variables of class Date which are imported into the AnalytiXAgility …



Working with Dates in R ➜

This blog provides details on working with dates in R. The examples used in this blog are based on arbitrarily chosen dates.



How to Write a Function ➜

One of the most powerful features of R is the ability for you to write your own functions. Writing functions in R allows us to …



Basic Charts in R ➜

This post demonstrates basic charts in R; specifically simple, stacked and grouped bar charts, line charts and scatter plots. Using the built-in R dataset mtcars, …



Viewing and Subsetting Data Frames ➜

Data frames provide an intuitive and flexible way to store data within R. This post will make a start on detailing the extensive functionality of …



Data Types in R ➜

This blog details the different data types in R and the different data structures in which these data types are stored. An open data set …



Getting Started with the R Console in the AnalytiXagility Platform ➜

This blog introduces you to basic AnalytiXagility platform commands, covering the use of the R console within the platform.