# Posts

### ggplot2

http://rpubs.com/dsollberger/activelearning

### Plotly

http://rpubs.com/dsollberger/scc

### Shiny Dashboard

https://dsollberger.shinyapps.io/SHW3/

### Flex Dashboard

https://dsollberger.shinyapps.io/shw7/

### Shiny and htmlwidgets

https://dsollberger.shinyapps.io/SAMPLe/

### Supreme Court Confirmations (1967-present)

Introduction Following up on Rachel Wellford’s tweet about Senate votes for Supreme Court confirmations, I decided to try to graph the data. Below, I have a ggplot picture with decent labeling a searchable datatable a plotly interactive graph The data came from Senate.gov. I chose to focus on 1967 onward because it appeared that voting procedures were slightly different before Thurgood Marshall’s nomination process.

### Degree-One Polynomials

Problem The question that one of my teaching assistants posed was “What is the difference between lm(y ~ x) and lm(y ~ (poly,1)) for linear regression in R?” That is, it is quickly apparent that those commands produce different results, but for the same intention. Here I will try to explore the underlying difference. Disclaimer: I know that the following discussion is incomplete. These are simply notes that I threw together overnight.

### Trying Out FlexDashboard

Thanks to Dr. Elaine McVey’s course at DataCamp, I feel that I can convert my Data Science course’s lab assignments and slides to flexdashboard. Today, I converted the first lab assignment. The hope is that the students can clearly see the instructions that I am trying to convey rather than facing a wall of text. To convert my lab, which was previously in an R Markdown document for HTML output, I had to

### Trying Out FlexDashboard

Thanks to Dr. Elaine McVey’s course at DataCamp, I feel that I can convert my Data Science course’s lab assignments and slides to flexdashboard. Today, I converted the first lab assignment. The hope is that the students can clearly see the instructions that I am trying to convey rather than facing a wall of text. To convert my lab, which was previously in an R Markdown document for HTML output, I had to

### Semester Schedule Planner

As a lecturer at UC Merced, each semester I find myself needing to figure out how many days I get to teach. Furthermore, I like to plan out my lecture schedule down to the days themselves. Here I hope to use some R code to quickly figure out (say) which days are on Tuesday or Thursday. Construction In R, the seq command can be used with dates easily. semester_dates <- seq(as.

### Let's see if I can make posts (mostly) through RStudio

Let’s see if I can make posts (mostly) through RStudio

### Trying out GitHub Pages with Blogdown

Today I am trying to get a blogdown site to work with GitHub pages, but I cannot seem to get the posts to link correctly with relative links.

Well, I hope to delete the pre-included widgets for now since I do not have publications.

### Getting started with the Academic framework for Hugo

Create a beautifully simple personal or academic website in under 10 minutes.

### Customizing the homepage with widgets

Enable/disable and configure widgets to customize your homepage.