Based on data collected from polls conducted at the beginning of the New York Open Statistical Programming meetups. Related Posts Choosing Health Insurance by the Numbers Data Scientists Converge for the 5th Annual New York R Conference The New York Open Statistical Programming Meetup Turns 10! The R Conference Makes Washington DC Debut The 2018… Continue reading

For a d3 bar plot visit http://www.jaredlander.com/plots/PizzaPollPlot.html. I finally compiled the data from all the pizza polling I’ve been doing at the New York R meetups. The data are available as json at http://www.jaredlander.com/data/PizzaPollData.php. This is easy enough to plot in R using ggplot2. require(rjson) require(plyr) pizzaJson <- fromJSON(file = “http://jaredlander.com/data/PizzaPollData.php”) pizza <- ldply(pizzaJson, as.data.frame)… Continue reading

Aggregated results.   Results from individual previous polls are below. Related Posts Choosing Health Insurance by the Numbers Data Scientists Converge for the 5th Annual New York R Conference The New York Open Statistical Programming Meetup Turns 10! The R Conference Makes Washington DC Debut The 2018 R Conference Was the Biggest Yet Jared Lander… Continue reading

Related Posts Pi Cake 2019 Pi Cake 2018 Pi Cake 2017 Pi Cake 2016 Pi Cake 2015 Jared Lander is the Chief Data Scientist of Lander Analytics a New York data science firm, Adjunct Professor at Columbia University, Organizer of the New York Open Statistical Programming meetup and the New York and Washington DC R… Continue reading

Pizza Girl, a pizza delivery girl who is a regular contributor on Slice, tallied up and analyzed the time she spends on various duties in her pizzeria.  This is just the first part in a series, but so far she determined that she spends 67% of her shift driving. According to her pay schedule, she makes less… Continue reading

Thanks to Drew Conway for posting this video of me dicussing my thesis (pdf) on NYC pizza.  It was part of the New York R User Meetup on Applications of R. Related Posts Choosing Health Insurance by the Numbers Data Scientists Converge for the 5th Annual New York R Conference The New York Open Statistical… Continue reading

This Thursday, April 8th, I’ll be giving two brief talks (5 to 10 minutes) about statistical methods at the New York R User Meetup.  The first will be applying multilevel models to World Health Organization data to study noncommunicable diseases.  The second, and probably more fun, will be a presentation of my pizza paper (pdf) that was… Continue reading