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    • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar

      Programming Journal #1

      This first exercise in R took way longer than I expected and involved quite a bit of Googling to find my way around and figure some things out. I must admit, I had a difficult time navigating R and getting data to load and show on some type of graph--there are some speculations on the internet th...

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      • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar

        Siobhan's Programming Journal #1

        This first exercise in R took way longer than I expected and involved quite a bit of Googling to find my way around and figure some things out. I must admit, I had a difficult time navigating R and getting data to load and show on some type of graph--there are some speculations on the internet th...

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        • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar

          Siobhan's Programming Journal #2

          This week’s R challenge was a bit less challenging than last week’s, with the most difficult part being to find some historical data to clean up and evaluate. Quite a bit of the data I came across had CSVs that were outdated or unable to be found. After doing some searching and explor...

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          • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar

            Siobhan's Programming Journal #3

            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 interesting things. I like the way I can visual...

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            • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar

              Siobhan's Programming Journal #4

              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 goal of my data was to create a scatter plot of...

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              • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar

                Journal #5: Final Project Proposal

                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 transportation. Given that I’m a licensed driver, w...

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                • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar

                  Journal #6: Analysis & Rendering of data

                  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 had the most accidents? 2.    &nb...

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                  • Siobhan Wilmot-Dunbar

                    Journal #7: Refinement & Posting

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