Regular readers of this blog (yes, both of you!) may remember the computer/broadband/ directory that this post appears in as the collection of my Comcastic (yeah right) experiences with my ISP. But I think this week may top everything. I'll just...

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Regular readers of this blog (yes, both of you!) may remember the computer/broadband/ directory that this post appears in as the collection of my Comcastic (yeah right) experiences with my ISP. But I think this week may top everything. I'll just...

Regular readers of this blog (yes, both of you!) may remember the computer/broadband/ directory that this post appears in as the collection of my Comcastic (yeah right) experiences with my ISP. But I think this week may top everything. I'll just try t...

Regular readers of this blog (yes, both of you!) may remember the computer/broadband/ directory that this post appears in as the collection of my Comcastic (yeah right) experiences with my ISP. But I think this week may top everything. I'll just...

Last week, I attended the 2006 UseR! conference: here is a (long) summary of some of the talks that took place in Vienna -- since there were up to six simultaneous talks, I could not attend all of them... In this note: 0. General remarks 1. Tutorial:...

I have just uploaded the new version of my "Statistics with R": http://zoonek2.free.fr/UNIX/48_R/all.htmlThe previous version was one year and a half old, so in spite of the fact I have not had much time to devote to it in the past two years, it might...

R only does natural (neperian) log scales by default, and this is lame. Here is a simple code to do decimal log scale, pretty much a requirement for scientists… The force(x/y)lim options works for natural and log scales (for the later case, you need to specify the power of 10 that you want : c(-2,2)