Various methods to approximate and visualise the digits of pi using the R computing language for statistics. The apparent randomness of the decimal expression of Pi is a source for beautiful visualisations.
Topology is the silly putty of mathematics. One of the strangest shapes in topology is the Möbius strip. This strip is a surface with only one side. This article shows how the visualise this shape in R using the RGL package.
One of my favourite activities in R is using Markdown to create business reports. Most of my work I export to MS Word to communicate analytical results with my colleagues. For my academic work and eBooks, I prefer LaTeX to produce… Continue Reading →
Use R as your travel guide and plan your next Pacific island hopping holiday with the igraph package. This code analyses flight routes and finds routes.
Instructions on how to use R and iGraph to analyse the Enron email corpus. This article describes how to research relationships between employees.
Using the R programming language to draw the Sierpinski triangle fractal using the chaos game. Drawing a fractal using random numbers.
Playing arcade games in R? Introducing pong, the first R-cade game. This code simulates the legendary game of pong in your favourite data science language.
Using the R language to build a Tic Tac Toe War Games simulator. Teach your computer to play a perfect game of Naughts and Crosses.
Data science is a pretty serious occupation. What about data pseudoscience? This blog post shows how to calculate your biorhythm using R.