If you use the R language for statistical programming, you probably use RStudio as your integrated development environment (IDE) and you may also use – or at least have come across – R Markdown as a file type that allows you to create documents that weave together data and text analysis. (Gratuitous example: my curiousity… Continue reading How to Create a Custom R Markdown Template
This post is based on an R Markdown file published directly to WordPress.com – and you can do it, too! It was made possible by the great work of others, shared in the following highly recommended resources: RWordPress pkg by Duncan Temple Lang (2012) – there was a helpful vignette but can't find it any… Continue reading Publish R Markdown to WordPress site? Yes You Can!
Ever since the dawn of Powerpoint, expert advice has been consistent: when giving a presentation, minimize the use of text on your slides. There are lots of well-documented reasons for this. It basically comes down to the fact that you want your audience to listen to you and take in what you are saying, not… Continue reading I’m Begging You: STOP using Text in Your Presentation Slides
Not exactly cutting-edge SiteCatalyst manipulation, but a basic yet not-so-obvious technique that may be helpful, particularly to new users migrating from something like Google Analytics. [Wow, long time no blog post. Good to be back at it…all part of the New Year plan!] Once of the most basic segmentation dimensions in web analytics the differentiation… Continue reading Getting % New Visit Trend in SiteCatalyst
The Web Analytics Forum on Yahoo! Groups was started back in 2004 by one of the giants of the web analytics industry, Eric Peterson. Since then, it has been a major hub for web analytics community news, events, and discussion – so much so that Avinash Kaushik was included “You have not only heard of… Continue reading Rise and Fall of the Yahoo! Web Analytics Forum