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 »
Hi there. I have made a recent page on creating normal distribution plots using R and its ggplot2 package. With R and ggplot2 you can create nice plots such as the one below (featured image). The page can be found here.
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.
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 »
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
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 »
Hi. I have made a follow up page to my previous Rock, Paper, Scissors Table In R page. This new page adds the lizard and the Spock as new options to the regular rock, paper, scissors. This new page can be found here.
Hi. I have made a recent page about making a quadratic formula function in the program R. The page contents can be found here. The featured image is from https://mathbitsnotebook.com/Algebra1/Quadratics/quadbutton1.jpg.
Hi. I have made a new page talking about creating Cartesian products in the statistical program R. This page can be found here. A Cartesian product is derived from two non-empty sets (arrays/vectors). The image below gives a good idea on how the Cartesian product works. One may want to look at one of… Read more »