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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 Oct 16
Colleague Phil Kay is suspicious when his home town is declared happiest in the UK. De Moivre's equation at work.
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Xan Gregg Oct 15
Trying out Dave's Redistricting app on NC, keeping county bounds when possible. Showing PVI (partisan voting index).
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Xan Gregg Oct 10
Too much overlap. I prefer 's trifecta (w/Buddhist phrasing): Right Question, Right Data, Right Visual.
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Xan Gregg Oct 9
Short interview with on keys to success: it goes beyond making a chart.
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Xan Gregg Oct 5
Replying to @adilyalcin
Thanks, I'll take a look. The main packed bars use case is data with a power law distribution such as quality control counts.
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Xan Gregg Oct 5
Replying to @adilyalcin
Thanks for the link and great to talk with you at the poster session.
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Xan Gregg Oct 4
Focus+Context photo of my focus+context poster with packed bars
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Xan Gregg Oct 2
Replying to @maartenzam
The sine illusion would be reduced if all the flat sources we on the bottom of the stack. But I still might prefer the lines.
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OpenElections Sep 29
Want to see how our volunteers work? Check out the PDF parsing of NJ files by using & JMP:
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Xan Gregg Sep 29
Replying to @derekwillis @openelex
I'll create a github repo for my scripts in case useful, tho the cleaning is largely specific to Hudson and the validation is using JMP.
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Xan Gregg Sep 28
This dull-looking chart is great news! It means my Hudson Co, NJ PDF processed data all agree with reported totals.
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Xan Gregg Sep 27
Replying to @EvanSinar @Displayrr
Here's similar GDP data with . Focusing on the top 4 underscores US's 1/4 share.
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Xan Gregg Sep 27
This book has had a lot of revisions (from Amazon page). Large data is never perfectly clean.
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Xan Gregg Sep 27
Replying to @EvanSinar @Displayrr
Nice collection. How about #8: Packed Bars?
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Bernard McKeown Sep 22
. author of Data at Work and Charts blog is presenting at 26 Oct:
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Melinda Thielbar Sep 25
Launching choice surveys from JMP with Conjoint.ly:
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Xan Gregg Sep 24
Data science civic duty: trying to turn election result PDFs into CSVs for with help from and regex.
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Xan Gregg Sep 20
Replying to @DrKashik
Thanks, Michael. Great to have lots of good questions and comments.
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Xan Gregg Sep 19
Replying to @camoesjo
I don't know if there's been any work there. I did see in that Tukey first proposed shortest half as "shorth".
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Xan Gregg Sep 19
Replying to @camoesjo @JMP_software
It's called "shortest half" and is attributed to Rousseeuw and Leroy 1987 in the doc. Shown as red bracket with the box plot.
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