Monthly Archives: January 2010

Web Development with R

January 21, 2010
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Presentations given at the Bay Area useR Group on January 10, 2010 by Jeroen Ooms, on how to create web applications use R. UPDATE: To view an alternative HD quality click here

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R AnalyticFlow

January 21, 2010
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R AnalyticFlow

R AnalyticFlow seems to be a nice tool to have a good overview over the analysis. The same kind of mode is available in Orange and SAS Enterprise Guide. I have not tried it yet, though. Does anyone have any experiences with it?Update on 2010-07-31: the...

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R AnalyticFlow

January 21, 2010
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R AnalyticFlow

R AnalyticFlow seems to be a nice tool to have a good overview over the analysis. The same kind of mode is available in Orange and SAS Enterprise Guide. I have not tried it yet, though. Does anyone have any experiences with it?Update on 2010-07-31: the...

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writeNIfTI() is fully compatible with FSLView

January 21, 2010
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With the NIfTI-1 header extensions the world is your oyster.  We decided that one use for such a capability is to keep an audit trail of all operations performed on the image data volume.  This is a key feature in the dcemriS4 package.  ...

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writeNIfTI() is fully compatible with FSLView

January 21, 2010
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With the NIfTI-1 header extensions the world is your oyster.  We decided that one use for such a capability is to keep an audit trail of all operations performed on the image data volume.  This is a key feature in the dcemriS4 package.  ...

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UseR 2010 and commercial applications of R

January 21, 2010
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Preparations are well underway for the annual R user conference useR! 2010, to be held at NIST (about 25 miles outside of Washington, DC) July 20-23. This meeting is a true user conference: almost all of the presentations at the conference are contributed by ordinary R users. So, to continue the success of previous years the conference committee needs...

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ggplot2: Crayola Crayon Colours

January 21, 2010
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ggplot2: Crayola Crayon Colours

Statistical Algorithms blog attempted to recreate a graph depicting the growing colour selection of Crayola crayons in ggplot2 (original graph below via FlowingData). He also asked the following questions: Is there an easier way to do this? How can I make the axes more like the original? What about the white lines between boxes and

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Scheduled Parallel Computing with R: R + Rmpi + OpenMPI + Sun Grid Engine (SGE)

January 20, 2010
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Recently I’ve learned how to do parallel computing in R on a cluster of machines thanks to the R packages snowfall, snow, and Rmpi. I’ve been using the SOCKET method with snowfall since together they make things simple. With these tools, I can reduce day/week long jobs to hours or a day across many (100)

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Remote download and viewing of brain atlas

January 20, 2010
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Remote download and viewing of brain atlas

The dcemriS4 package allows one to easily import and display NIfTI-1 class data sets. The following code takes the MNI152 brain atlas from the WWW and produces an orthographic display using the mid-axial, mid-sagittal and mid-coronal planes.

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Remote download and viewing of brain atlas

January 20, 2010
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Remote download and viewing of brain atlas

The dcemriS4 package allows one to easily import and display NIfTI-1 class data sets. The following code takes the MNI152 brain atlas from the WWW and produces an orthographic display using the mid-axial, mid-sagittal and mid-coronal planes.

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