Monthly Archives: August 2006

New ggobi release

August 29, 2006
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GGobiThere is a new release of ggobi 2.1.3 available on the web site. It has few changes, but several bugs have been fixed. A more major release will happen later this year.

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New ggobi release

August 29, 2006
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GGobiThere is a new release of ggobi 2.1.3 available on the web site. It has few changes, but several bugs have been fixed. A more major release will happen later this year.

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Bayesian logistic regression software

August 23, 2006
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Aleks pointed me to this site by Alexander Genkin, David D. Lewis, and David Madigan that has a program for Bayesian logistic regression. It appears to allow some hierarchical modeling and can fit very large datasets. I haven't tried it... ...

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R graphics

August 13, 2006
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R graphics

I just finished reading Paul Murrel's book, "R graphics". There are two graphical systems in R: the old ("classical" -- in the "graphics" package) one, and the new ("trellis", "lattice", "grid" -- in the "lattice" and "grid" packages) one. The first p...

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Yes, it can

August 2, 2006
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Joel on Software’s latest post is about having first class functions in your programming language. He shows how you can use functions as arguments to functions to reduce code duplication. IReducing code duplication is a nice way to motivate language features since the process of removing duplication almost always results in improved code.

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Yes, it can

August 2, 2006
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Joel on Software’s latest post is about having first class functions in your programming language. He shows how you can use functions as arguments to functions to reduce code duplication. IReducing code duplication is a nice way to motivate languag...

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