I was recently asked for some code to show how I created the charts in my paper, Tables and Graphs for Monitoring Crime Patterns (Pre-print can be seen here). I cannot share the data used in the paper, but I can replicate them with some other public data. I will use calls for service... Continue reading Weekly and monthly graphs for monitoring crime patterns (SPSS Statistics)
Announcing three new extensions for SPSS Modeler. These extensions create graphs that are fully interactive and can be shown in any web browser. Continue reading New Plotly Extensions for SPSS Modeler
Here is a handy reference guide for shape, color, and pattern constants in SPSS Statistics charts Continue reading Shape, color, and pattern constants in SPSS Statistics charts
Download the rCharts Basic Charts extension for SPSS Modeler. This extension uses the rCharts R package to easily create bar, line, and scatter plots ready for the web. Continue reading Create Data Visualizations with rCharts – SPSS Modeler Extension
Exploratory Analysis of the number of Crimes in Chicago vs. Outdoor Temperature using IBM SPSS Statistics & Modeler. Continue reading Are Chicago Crimes and Temperature Linked?
Today, we released a new SPSS Modeler extension that creates word clouds. If you are unfamiliar with word clouds, you have probably seen them one place or another as a way to visualize the most used words in a text dataset (corpus). Continue reading Create Word Clouds with New SPSS Modeler Extension
When you create a histogram in SPSS Statistics, the Histogram Summary frame is automatically added to the right-side of the chart. This frame contains the mean, standard deviation, and number of cases (N). If you never want to see this frame, you can remove it from the default chart template following these... Continue reading Removing the Histogram Summary frame
This is a task I've have to conduct under several guises in the past. Given a set of edges, reduce those edges into unique subgroups based on the transitive closure of those edges. That is, find a group in which all nodes can reach one another (via however many steps are necessary) but are completely... Continue reading Finding subgroups in a graph using NetworkX and SPSS