Our survey paper on the current state of the art in parallel computing with R, previously mentioned here as a technical report is now out as Vol 31, Issue 1 of the all-electronic Journal of Statistical Software.

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Our survey paper on the current state of the art in parallel computing with R, previously mentioned here as a technical report is now out as Vol 31, Issue 1 of the all-electronic Journal of Statistical Software.

Our survey paper on the current state of the art in parallel computing with R, previously mentioned here as a technical report is now out as Vol 31, Issue 1 of the all-electronic Journal of Statistical Software.

pre{ border: 1px solid black; font-family: "Courier New" !important; font-size: xx-small !important; } The parser package has been released to CRAN, the package mainly defines a function parser that is similar to the usual R function parse, w...

This post is motivated by this question on R-help. This is a simple java class that sends files through Rserve using the classes RFileInputStream and RFileOutputStream Then we create a simple file on the client machine: $ cat > testfile.tx...

I have been to many conferences. Most of them are of Political Science. The common feature of these conferences is that the audience size is always small. If you get 10 audiences in your panel, your must be a big name.My presentation at the useR! 20...

I have been to many conferences. Most of them are of Political Science. The common feature of these conferences is that the audience size is always small. If you get 10 audiences in your panel, your must be a big name.My presentation at the useR! 20...

We saw in the previous post, how to study the correlation between variables that follow a Gaussian distribution with the Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient. If it is not possible to assume that the values follow gaussian distributions, we have two non-parametric methods: the Spearman's rho test and Kendall's tau test.For example, you want to study the productivity...

We saw in the previous post, how to study the correlation between variables that follow a Gaussian distribution with the Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient. If it is not possible to assume that the values follow gaussian distributions, we have two non-parametric methods: the Spearman's rho test and Kendall's tau test.For example, you want to study the productivity...

Version 0.6.6 of Rcpp went off to CRAN and Debian earlier as another small maintenance release. While the diffstat output that will appear in cranberries may look impressive, it ste...