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PII fines

From some time I’ve been following a company that uses data to explain some data. I want to use some of the data they published from Civio to see if I learn more about personal identifiable information fines.

Barrios ricos y pobres

Me sorprendió la información sobre los barrios y la correlación que apareció en una notícia. Así que aquí rehago los graficos a partir de los datos descargados de la notícia:

Consumption of gasoline by our car

Analysis of the consumption of a family car over 4 years of refills

Twitter bot

I was talking with a friend about social networks when he mentioned that it wasn’t worth his time to invest on podcasts. He said that I looked up his twitter account, that that’s more useful for him.

Tidy data and tidyverse

I am surprised how often two things get conflated in around the tidyverse. The tidy data principles is about having in each row a data point, where each variable has its own column.

NSE in base R

After some discussions on the internet (and some breaks I got in a pipe using tidyr) I’ll decided to try to emulate dplyr and other tidyr functions with base functions.

Posting and titles

If you want a post to appear on blogdown do not use titles of form # My title. But you can use second order titles with ## My title and it will be correctly parsed.

Forest fires in Mexico

Evolucion de los incendios forestales en México I saw a map on twitter and I wanted to see if I could change a bit and improve it: Les presento como han evolucionado los incendios forestales en México entre 2010 y 2017.

PhD selection

In this blogpost I will try to experiment how to simulate the conditions for ending a PhD program and obtaining the doctorate, from the school. I will base this simulation on three principles:

PCA and MDS

Many has been said about the relation of PCA and MDS. For instance this, or this other one on the practical point of view, however it has been different.