[Pdx-pm] graphing a time series

Tom Keller kellert at ohsu.edu
Fri Mar 9 09:16:44 PST 2012

A non-perl solution (but integrates nicely with Perl) is the use of R for the data and GGobi for the graphics.

Regarding last nights talk. The most interesting part from a programming poi was what looked like an implementation of dynamic programming to order the candidates by 1-n voting. Could we have a talk that goes into that in more detail sometime?

thanks for an interesting evening.

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