I’ve been writing an article in which I use a one-dimensional kernel density estimation (KDE). After some thought (and peer review ;-P ) I decided, I needed to visualise how it works. I couldn’t find any R-code on how to do this online, soooo here it is: My R-code on how to produce a graph which may help explaining KDEs. (more…)
This is my series on teaching statistics with cartoons. Finally we’re getting to “statistical” examples: Figures, graphs, visualisation techniques… Have fun with implementation no. 3: Descriptive statistics! (more…)
I’m teaching a course on quantitative methods, R and archaeological data and my students have to realize their own project in that course. That means they ask me a lot of very sensible questions. Here I will write about workflows I find useful as documentation for the future. First things first: Data wrangling! (more…)
This is my series on how to teach statistics with the help of cartoons. I want to share my fun, but there are too many for just one blog post, therefore I created a series. On to implementation numero 2: Cartoons on Data (more…)
There are quite a number of cartoons out there, which feature jokes on statistics and which I use in my quantitative methods for archaeologists class. I want to share my fun, but there are too many for just one blog post, therefore: Let a new series be born!
I’ll begin the series with more general statistical topics in cartoons. (more…)