Monthly Archives: September 2007

R video tutorial number 1

September 26, 2007
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R video tutorial number 1

LEARN R BY JUST WATCHING For this week, Decision Science News has created a video tutorial on how to get started using the R Language for Statistical Computing. (The tutorial is best viewed in your browser’s full-screen mode, try pressing F11 in Windows). R is free and open source, and constantly being improved upon by countless

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GillespieSSA on CRAN

September 21, 2007
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GillespieSSA on CRAN

So it’s official – my R package GillespieSSA has been posted to the official list of packages on CRAN (The Comprehensive R Archive Network). Check it out. Now back to my manuscript. Over the last few days I have been … Continue reading →

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Recent changes in the R package "arm" (applied regression and multilevel modeing)

September 19, 2007
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Yu-Sung writes,...

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GillespieSSA 0.2-0 is released

September 19, 2007
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GillespieSSA 0.2-0 is released

Just finished the new version of the GillespieSSA package. The tar ball of the new version is posted on its web page (here). I also submitted it to CRAN so in (due time) it should appear on the official R … Continue reading →

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Implementing the stochastic simulation algorithm in R

September 8, 2007
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Implementing the stochastic simulation algorithm in R

Dear blog, no I have not forgot you or the rest of the world. Sequestered in my humble cubicle I have been hammering away day and night for the last several weeks – hammering out a manuscript. Finally after what … Continue reading →

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Organization and R

September 5, 2007
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Many R users seem to get themselves in a bit of a mess with R files and workspaces scattered across different directories. The R files themselves also get messy and hard to follow. So here is some advice on keeping organized with R: Try to keep code strictly indented based on the code structure

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Organization and R

September 5, 2007
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Many R users seem to get themselves in a bit of a mess with R files and workspaces scattered across different directories. The R files themselves also get messy and hard to follow. So here is some advice on keeping organized with R: Try to keep code ...

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Extract objects from a list

September 5, 2007
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When using Rmpi to send processes to many nodes, it is convenient to create a list of tasks that are assigned to nodes as they become available. In my case, I was working through a large factorial set of simulations and needed to use a unique set of va...

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Extract objects from a list

September 5, 2007
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When using Rmpi to send processes to many nodes, it is convenient to create a list of tasks that are assigned to nodes as they become available. In my case, I was working through a large factorial set of simulations and needed to use a unique set of va...

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