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Visualising Shrinkage

A useful property of mixed effects and Bayesian hierarchical models is that lower level estimates are shrunk towards the more stable estimates further up the hierarchy. To use a time honoured example you might be modelling the effect of a new teaching method on performance at the classroom level. Classes of 30 or so students … Continue reading

Lazy D3 on some astronomical data

I can’t claim to be anything near an expert on D3 (a JavaScript library for data visualisation) but being both greedy and lazy I wondered if I could get some nice results with minimum effort. In any case the hardest thing about D3 for a novice to the world of web design seems to be … Continue reading

D3 – another acronym to learn

D3 (which stands for data driven documents ) has been getting a lot of traction over the last few months, with more and more interactive and animated visualisations using this JavaScript library. The author of the library, Mike Bostock, is very active in both developing the library and also in providing a constant stream of … Continue reading

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