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Example 9.25: It’s been a mighty warm winter? (Plot on a circular axis)

April 2, 2012
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Example 9.25: It’s been a mighty warm winter? (Plot on a circular axis)

People here in the northeast US consider this to have been an unusually warm winter. Was it?The University of Dayton and the US Environmental Protection Agency maintain an archive of daily average temperatures that's reasonably current. In the case o...
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Example 9.18: Constructing the fastest relay team via enumeration

January 5, 2012
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In competitive swimming, the medley relay is a team event in which four different swimmers each swim one of the four strokes: freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke, and butterfly. In general, every swimmer might be able swim any given stroke. How can w...
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Example 8.35: Grab true (not pseudo) random numbers; passing API URLs to functions or macros

April 19, 2011
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Usually, we're content to use a pseudo-random number generator. But sometimes we may want numbers that are actually random-- an example might be for randomizing treatment status in a randomized controlled trial.The site Random.org provides truly rando...
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Example 8.12: Bike ride plot, part 1

November 1, 2010
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Example 8.12: Bike ride plot, part 1

The iPhone app Cyclemeter uses the phone's GPS capability to record location and other data, and infer speed, while you ride. I took a ride near my house recently, and downloaded the data. I'd like to examine my route and my speed. A simple plot of ...
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