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Xan Gregg
Graphs, Data, Coding, Math. Data visualization development director for JMP at SAS. Views my own.
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Xan Gregg Apr 21
Nice to hear an Etta James song on -- I only knew of her from crossword puzzles! Awesome ad-free internet radio station.
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Xan Gregg Apr 19
Great talk by on geocoding challenges behind analysis of voting location changes
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Xan Gregg Apr 18
Replying to @thomasp85
Not sure if I did something wrong, but it seems the frequency could be clearer. I didn't see an option on the site for "one-time".
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JMP Software Apr 17
Why all the triple-doubles by players this season?
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Xan Gregg Apr 17
Interesting to see the 2016 anomaly as a continuation of shifts seen in 2012.
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Xan Gregg Apr 17
My neighbor Sara's winning project, featuring Graph Builder . Next stop: Int'l Science & Engr Fair in LA.
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Xan Gregg Apr 13
How my colleague used MaxDiff to get Easter egg color ratings from his 2-year old daughter.
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Xan Gregg Apr 11
Replying to @xangregg
In this case (), author tells me they're still working on copyright issues.
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Xan Gregg Apr 11
I get excited when I see this clause in a research paper but am too often disappointed to find out it's not true.
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Xan Gregg Apr 8
Replying to @govtrack
So there's a bot and a Windows XP machine in the White House. Scary.
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Xan Gregg Apr 5
Replying to @kogreger
spoke tension data 2/2. Right:109.7,109.7,109.7,109.7,109.7,98.63,98.63,109.7,98.63,109.7,109.7,109.7,98.63,88.98,109.7,98.63
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Xan Gregg Apr 5
Replying to @kogreger
spoke tension data 1/2. Left:55.93,60.96,55.93,55.93,60.96,60.96,55.93,66.67,55.93,55.93,60.96,60.96,55.93,55.93,66.67,47.56
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Xan Gregg Mar 29
Replying to @lisacrost
I tend to use Kavrayskiy VII, which has less area distortion than equirectangular.
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Xan Gregg Mar 29
Replying to @kogreger
Sure. I'm traveling this week, but I can get it to you next week.
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Xan Gregg Mar 29
Replying to @kogreger
Icymi, the blog post had some disc. of radialness trade-off and a ref to study that tested comprehension.
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Xan Gregg Mar 24
When it's nice to have a boring bar chart: flight progress during return from /Prague
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Anne Milley Mar 23
Ron Kenett @ "Data are different than numbers. Data have a context."
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Xan Gregg Mar 22
engr on value of stds: you don't want to be figuring out the graph; you want to be figuring out the data
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Xan Gregg Mar 22
Shmueli on explanation vs. prediction at . Worst thing in expl: type I/II errors; worst thing in pred: over-fitting
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Xan Gregg Mar 20
On my way to Prague now. Looking forward to some European statistical discovery.
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