Monthly Archives: September 2009

R Flashmob #2

September 4, 2009
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R Flashmob #2

As I said before, I consider the R-Help mailing list an invaluable source of information if you want to get things done in R. Recently the stackoverflow website, a site where programmers can post and answer questions about a wide list of programming la...

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Compiling and Cross-compiling R packages for Windows (win32)

September 3, 2009
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so recently i’m learning how to compile and cross-compile R packages from source for windows machines, which means i have to create windows binaries. the first option is to build on a windows system, and the 2nd is to cross-build on an intel-based linux or mac system. i will outline my experience. Send it off

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Let’s All Go Down to the Barplot!

September 3, 2009
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Let’s All Go Down to the Barplot!

I’m back for another pean to ANOVA-loving experimental ecology. Barplots (or point-range plots – but which is better is a discussion for a different time) are the thing! And a friend of mine was recently asking me how to do a decent barplot with ggplot2 for data of moderate complexity (e.g., a 2-way ANOVA). So

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Truncated Normal Distribution

September 3, 2009
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Many distributions may be used to describe patterns that are non-negative; however, there are not as many choices when an upper bound is also needed (although the beta distribution is very flexible). For various reasons, truncated distributions are som...

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Truncated Normal Distribution

September 3, 2009
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Many distributions may be used to describe patterns that are non-negative; however, there are not as many choices when an upper bound is also needed (although the beta distribution is very flexible). For various reasons, truncated distributions are som...

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update on the ant package

September 3, 2009
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I have updated the ant package I described yesterday in this blog to add several things Now the R code related to <r-set> and <r-run> tasks can either be given as the code attribute or as the text inside the task The R code has acces...

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Learning ggplot2: 2D plot with histograms for each dimension

September 3, 2009
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Learning ggplot2: 2D plot with histograms for each dimension

Update (April 2013): The code below doesn't work anymore with new ggplot2 versions, here is an updated version.I have two 2D distributions and want to show on a 2D plot how they are related, but I also want to show the histograms (actually, density plots in this case) for each dimension. Thanks to ggplot2 and a

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Learning ggplot2: 2D plot with histograms for each dimension

September 3, 2009
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Learning ggplot2: 2D plot with histograms for each dimension

I have two 2D distributions and want to show on a 2D plot how they are related, but I also want to show the histograms (actually, density plots in this case) for each dimension. Thanks to ggplot2 and a Learning R post, I have sort of managed to do what I want to have:

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Fitting lactation curves/functions in R

September 3, 2009
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It is quite some time ago since I wrote a set of lactation curves/functions in R. I put those functions in the animSci package. However, the package is in a mess for quite some time now - I was adding some new functions, but did not have time to finish the job properly. This is also the reason...

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Fitting lactation curves/functions in R

September 3, 2009
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It is quite some time ago since I wrote a set of lactation curves/functions in R. I put those functions in the animSci package. However, the package is in a mess for quite some time now - I was adding some new functions, but did not have time to finish the job properly. This is also the reason...

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