In this article, we’re going to show you how to construct queries using the Banana Cake Pop GraphQL IDE, how to make GraphQL API calls in R and then how to convert the returned JSON data into an R data frame. We’re going to be accessing Splashback’s GraphQL API as an example, so parts of… Continue reading Using GraphQL with R
In some sampling scenarios, subsamples will be a part of the real structure of the data collected. For these scenarios, we’ve released the Splashback Profiler add-in so you can visualise your data across subsamples for a given set of sites, times or parameters. View the video on our Sample data structure here. In the following… Continue reading Introducing the Splashback Profiler add-in
Recently, we added the Hazen percentile function to Splashback, including it as a statistic in our apps. To accompany its release, we thought we’d write a short profile on it. The Hazen percentile is attributed to Allen Hazen . He studied and worked extensively on water and sewerage infrastructure and is most known for developing… Continue reading What is the Hazen Percentile?