Monthly Archives: February 2006

R Language Module for TextWrangler (and a lot of other editors)

February 27, 2006
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R Language Module for TextWrangler (and a lot of other editors)

Via this page, I just learned that there is a TextWrangler Language Module for R. The file itself is available here. To install, copy the .plist file to the following directory Username/Library/Application Support/TextWrangler/Language Modules I also recommend going into TextWrangler’s preferences and changing the color for comments. The default is a gray color that doesn’t

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New website design

February 23, 2006
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You've probably noticed the new design of the GGobi's website. We hope you like it!Be sure to check out how GGobi got its name and the new demo of the parallel coordinates plot. We know that a lot of people have been having problems viewing the movies...

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New website design

February 23, 2006
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You've probably noticed the new design of the GGobi's website. We hope you like it!Be sure to check out how GGobi got its name and the new demo of the parallel coordinates plot. We know that a lot of people have been having problems viewing the movies...

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Basic factor analysis in R

February 17, 2006
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Basic factor analysis in R

The call to perform factor analysis on a set of variables in R is: fact1<- factanal(x,factors,scores=c(“regression”),rotation=”varimax”) where “x” is a dataframe containing the appropriate variables, and “factors” is the number of factors to be extracted. socres=”…” and rotation=”…” are optional, and varimax is the default rotation. The factanal function doesn’t seem to handle missing observations

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GGobi2 beta for Windows!

February 15, 2006
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We are very pleased to announce the first beta of GGobi2 for windows We have made a huge number of changes since the last version: * much much more stable (thanks to Michael's hard work) * now much prettier looking (thanks to the move to Gtk2) * just a...

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GGobi2 beta for Windows!

February 15, 2006
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We are very pleased to announce the first beta of GGobi2 for windows We have made a huge number of changes since the last version: * much much more stable (thanks to Michael's hard work) * now much prettier looking (thanks to the move to Gtk2) * just a...

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Getting tables from R output

February 11, 2006
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Getting tables from R output

Turning plain-text output into well-formatted tables can be a repetitive task, especially when many tests or models are being incorporated into a paper. For R users, there are several methods that can make this task easier (though not much less repetitive), regardless of what typesetting system you use. LaTeX tables The xtable package produces LaTeX-formatted

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