pre{ border: 1px solid black ; font-size: x-small; } One of the new features of Rcpp is the XPtr class template, which lets you treat an R external pointer as a regular pointer. For more information on external pointers, see Writing R extensions...

pre{ border: 1px solid black ; font-size: x-small; } One of the new features of Rcpp is the XPtr class template, which lets you treat an R external pointer as a regular pointer. For more information on external pointers, see Writing R extensions...

In example 7.20, we showed how to simulate categorical data. But we might anticipate needing to do that frequently. If a SAS function weren't built in and an equivalent R function not available in a package, we could build them from scratch.SASThe SAS code is particularly tortured, since we must parse the parameter string to extract the...

Last night I was one of five speakers at the NYC R Statistical Programming Meetup. The topic last night was dubbed the R Rosetta Stone, and the intent was to show how R as a language translated into several other analytical platforms and programming languages. Other speakers covered MATLAB, SAS, SQL/Postges and Clojure/Incanter—I

The Codecogs website provides an Open-source library of functions for numerical analysis. One interesting component available on the website is the LaTeX equation editor which can be used to create graphics files of equations to include on webpages. The webpage describe this component as a A web-based LaTeX equation editor that generates graphical images and HTML

Somehow missed during the the end-of-year switchover was the fact that my review of Guenther Sawitzki's Computational Statistics: An Introduction to R (CRC / Chapman \& Hall, 2009) is now up on the Journal of Statistical Software website.

Somehow missed during the the end-of-year switchover was the fact that my review of Guenther Sawitzki's Computational Statistics: An Introduction to R (CRC / Chapman \& Hall, 2009) is now up on the Journal of Statistical Software website.

Somehow missed during the the end-of-year switchover was the fact that my review of Guenther Sawitzki's Computational Statistics: An Introduction to R (CRC / Chapman \& Hall, 2009) is now up on the Journal of Statistical Software website.

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