I can't believe it's been two months since I last posted... wow, time has a way of slipping through my fingers. Here's a short list of some upcoming posts: An introduction to LSPM -- a new R package that implements Ralph Vince's leverage space po...

The R Function of the Day series will focus on describing in plain language how certain R functions work, focusing on simple examples that you can apply to gain insight into your own data. Today, I will discuss the table function. What situation is table useful in? The table function is a very basic, but

Edit: This post originally appeared on my Wordpress blog on September 21, 2009. I present it here in its original form. The R Function of the Day series will focus on describing in plain language how certain R functions work, focusing on si...

One of the nicer things about many statistics packages is the extremely granular control you get over your graphical output. But I lack the patience to set dozens of command line flags in R, and I'd rather not power the computer by pumping the mouse trying to set all the clicky-box options in Stata's graphics editor. I want something...

Edit: This post originally appeared on my Wordpress blog on September 20, 2009. I present it here in its original form. The R Function of the Day series will focus on describing in plain language how certain R functions work, focusing on sim...

Edit: This post originally appeared on my Wordpress blog on September 20, 2009. I present it here in its original form. John Tukey's preface to Exploratory Data Analysis begins with a useful rule, "It is important to understand what you can...

The R Function of the Day series will focus on describing in plain language how certain R functions work, focusing on simple examples that you can apply to gain insight into your own data. Today, I will discuss the tapply function. What situation is tapply useful in? In statistics, one of the most basic activities

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