# Category Archives: Uncategorized

## Producing Histograms In Python

by | June 14, 2017

Hi. I have made a new page where I work with the Python programming language to create histogram plots. The page can be found here. The featured image is from https://matplotlib.org/1.3.0/_images/histogram_demo_extended_01.png

## New Page – Using The K-Means Algorithm In R To Cluster Data

by | May 24, 2017

Hi there. I have made a new page on using the K-Means algorithm to cluster data in the statistical programming language R. This page can be found here. The featured image is one of the outputs after assigning clusters to the data points.

## Problem Solving In Video Games

by | May 20, 2017

Hi there. I thought I would make an article talking about problem solving in video games. In many video games, problem solving is key in order to progress or even win in a video game. Sections Story & Background Problem Solving In Video Games Mathematics And Statistics In Gaming   Story & Background At the… Read more »

## A Very Interesting Tiny House (Youtube Video)

by | May 13, 2017

Hi. This video came up in my Youtube subscriptions. It is about a handcrafted Eco tiny house in California. One of the things that really impressed me was the size of the bathroom and its finishings (around 7 minutes in the video).   The featured image is from http://www.affordablehousing-gurgaon.in/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/House-Low-Res.jpg

## Producing Correlation Plots In R

by | May 12, 2017

Hi. I have made a recent page on producing correlation plots in the statistical programming language R. You can find the page here. Through trial and error I have used the packages ggplot2 and corrplot to create various correlation plots. Correlation measures are used to assessing the relationship and strengths between two variables. One example… Read more »

## Analyzing A Babynames Dataset In R Part Two [Computing]

by | May 6, 2017

Hi there. A while back I analyzed a babynames dataset on the most popular babynames using R’s data.table package. The page can be found here. In part two, I analyze this same babynames dataset but with a graphical approach. I created sideways bar graphs with the most popular babyname on the top. I ended up… Read more »

## Making Heatmaps In R And ggplot2

by | April 24, 2017

Hello. I have made a recent page on creating heatmaps in R and ggplot2. Through some trial and error, I have come with up some neat heatmap plots. The page can be found here and the image below is one heatmap example.

## Making Pokémon Type Tables In R

by | April 21, 2017

Hi there. I have been working on this interesting R project where I use the geom_tile() function from R’s ggplot2 package. This project consists of creating Pokémon type tables in R. There are tables for the first 150 Pokémon (Gen 1), generation 2 to 5 of Pokémon and generation 6 and later which includes the recent addition of… Read more »

## Bar Graphs In R Using ggplot2

by | April 19, 2017

Hi. I have made a couple of new page about making various bar graphs using R and its ggplot2 data visualization package. Instead of making separate posts, I will include multiple links here. Sideway Bar Graphs Side By Side Bar Graphs (Using Facet_Plot) An Advanced Bar Graph Plot Using R and ggplot2

## Problem Solving Takes Time

by | April 15, 2017

Hi. In this post, I will talk about how problem solving takes time. This post is mostly for a science and mathematics crowd but it can apply to other fields and different audiences. Table Of Contents The Need For Problem Solving Problem Solving Can Be Difficult And Time-Consuming Examples Of Where Problem Solving Is Needed… Read more »