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    • Gerald Ardito
      Gerald Ardito commented on the blog Final Project Portfolio
      Siobhan, I completely agree with Dana. Your final presentation captured both the coding as well as the interpretive components of data analysis and visualization. I also loved that you posted everything to GitHub.  Great job!
      • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
        Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar commented on the blog Final Project Portfolio
        Hey Dana!  Thanks so much for the feedback! I appreciate it! Hopefully I'll be able to reflect back indeed and expand my R skills in future.  I really enjoyed working with you this semester as well!
        • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
          Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar published a blog post Final Project Portfolio
          Please follow the link below to view the final project portfolio: https://sites.google.com/view/edu696hmotorvehiclecollisions/home Thank You!
            • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
              Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar

              Hey Dana! 

              Thanks so much for the feedback! I appreciate it! Hopefully I'll be able to reflect back indeed and expand my R skills in future. 

              I really enjoyed working with you this semester as well!

              • Gerald Ardito
                Gerald Ardito

                Siobhan,

                I completely agree with Dana. Your final presentation captured both the coding as well as the interpretive components of data analysis and visualization.

                I also loved that you posted everything to GitHub. 

                Great job!

              • Gerald Ardito
                Gerald Ardito commented on the file Refinement & Posting of Data
                Siobhan, Thanks. I can't wait to play with it.  
                • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                  Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar commented on the file Refinement & Posting of Data
                  Hey Dr. A,  Thanks! Here's my attached code.   
                  • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                    • Gerald Ardito
                      Gerald Ardito commented on the file Refinement & Posting of Data
                      Siobhan, This is really impressive. Can you also post your code?
                      • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                        Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar published a blog post Journal #7: Refinement & Posting
                        • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                          • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                            In considering the main research questions developed for this project, this week’s programming exploration and focus looked to answering the four major questions:   1.         Which borough has...
                            • Gerald Ardito
                              Gerald Ardito commented on the blog Journal #5: Final Project Proposal
                              Siobhan, This seems like a really interesting project, and one that is meaningful to you. I look forward to seeing how it develops.  
                              • Gerald Ardito
                                This visualization looks at and across the various editions of Charles Darwin's Origin of Species.
                                • Gerald Ardito
                                  Gerald Ardito bookmarked Scaled in Miles
                                  A very data intensive visualization of the work of jazz great Miles Davis. The data visualizes albums, players, sessions, and lots more.
                                  • Gerald Ardito
                                    Gerald Ardito bookmarked Rocky Morphology
                                    I have no idea what tools were used to create this visualization, but I am trying to find out. But when I saw it, I thought of your final projects. Enjoy!
                                    • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                                      Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar commented on a page titled Siobhan's Programming Journal #4
                                      Thanks Dana!  Are you referring to this site? I used to this site quite a bit in my reference--the scatter plot section--and tried to match up my information to align with what they had in the code and reflected in the visuals. So for...
                                      • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                                        For this project, I considered what data would be interesting and also meaningful to look into. I viewed quite a bit of education-related data throughout the duration of this course, but I have also been interested in seeing data regarding...
                                          • Gerald Ardito
                                            Gerald Ardito

                                            Siobhan,

                                            This seems like a really interesting project, and one that is meaningful to you.

                                            I look forward to seeing how it develops.

                                             

                                          • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                                            For this week’s programming prompt, I evaluated ELA mean average scores for New York public school students. The data focused specifically on students within the five boroughs--Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Staten Island, and Manhattan. The initial...
                                              • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                                                Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar

                                                Thanks Dana! 

                                                Are you referring to this site? I used to this site quite a bit in my reference--the scatter plot section--and tried to match up my information to align with what they had in the code and reflected in the visuals. So for example, I tried identifying what part of the example was the table reference, what part(s) referred to specific columns, then tried to replicate that for my data. I'm not sure if that makes a lot of sense but that was the way I was thinking about it in my head. When I tried looking up references on other sites like Stack Overflow it confused me a bit. 

                                                I hope this is making sense.. feel free to let me know if it doesn't...I could try explaining another way! 

                                              • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                                                Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar commented on a page titled Siobhan's Programming Journal #3
                                                Hey Dana, Thanks so much! For this project, I created the data directly in R as a dataset, so I said month<-c('Jan', 'Feb', 'Mar', 'Apr') for example, and did another set for the fare, so Fare<-c(3.75,...
                                                • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                                                  Of course, the more I work with R, the less daunting it becomes. I’ve seen R before this course and set my mind that I would not like it, but actually I no longer have an aversion to it, and I’m finding I’m able to do more and more...
                                                    • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar
                                                      Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar

                                                      Hey Dana,

                                                      Thanks so much! For this project, I created the data directly in R as a dataset, so I said month<-c('Jan', 'Feb', 'Mar', 'Apr') for example, and did another set for the fare, so Fare<-c(3.75, 19.50, 67.34, 55) and then one more for estimated fare (that i used as the trace line). Then I created a data frame from that by saying TravelData<-data.frame(month, fare, estimatedFare). This created the data frame that I was able to manipulate and use for Plotly. 

                                                      I think if you already have it saved as a csv on your machine, though, you can import it into R like before with other projects and set your x & y elements. This is what I did for this week's project--so my code might look like:  

                                                      plotName<-plot_ly(DataFrame, x=xAxisData, y=yAxisData, type-'typeOfPlot') 

                                                      That's kind of how I was thinking through it so far. I hope this helps!

                                                    • Gerald Ardito
                                                      Gerald Ardito commented on a page titled Siobhan's Programming Journal #2
                                                      Siobhan, I appreciate  the work you did and the story you were trying to tell and the story you told about your own process. Thanks for all of it.
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