Monthly Archives: August 2010

RcppExamples 0.1.1

August 2, 2010
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On Friday, I quickly provided a new release of RcppExamples, our example package for using Rcpp, to CRAN. Very little content has been updated --- and a new TODO file even notes that we need to add more documentation for the new Rcpp API. And update ex...

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RcppExamples 0.1.1

August 2, 2010
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On Friday, I quickly provided a new release of RcppExamples, our example package for using Rcpp, to CRAN. Very little content has been updated --- and a new TODO file even notes that we need to add more documentation for the new Rcpp API. And update...

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inline 0.3.6

August 2, 2010
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A couple of days ago, Romain released inline release 0.3.6 to CRAN. This is a maintenance release with no user-visible changes. However, as it captures compiler errors more directly, it should help us debug Rcpp on recalcitrant platforms such as Solari...

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inline 0.3.6

August 2, 2010
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A couple of days ago, Romain released inline release 0.3.6 to CRAN. This is a maintenance release with no user-visible changes. However, as it captures compiler errors more directly, it should help us debug Rcpp on recalcitrant platforms such as Sol...

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Integrating R and Gedit

August 2, 2010
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Here is how to integrate R and Gedit using Rgedit plugin.

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Integrating R and Gedit

August 2, 2010
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Here is how to integrate R and Gedit using Rgedit plugin.

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useR! 2010 – Local R User Group Panel

August 2, 2010
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useR! 2010 – Local R User Group Panel

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Advanced debugging techniques in R

August 2, 2010
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Advanced debugging techniques in R

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Map-reduce in R with Amazon EMR

August 2, 2010
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Map-reduce in R with Amazon EMR

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On the Palin effect

August 2, 2010
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Do Vice-Presidential candidates have any effect on the outcome of Presidential elections in the US? Some past research suggested their impact was negligible, but the 2008 election seems to have changed all that, at least in the case Sarah Palin. As reported on the Everyday Politics blog, a new paper (co-authored by Revolution Analytics' CEO Norman Nie) looks at...

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