Monthly Archives: November 2010

John Chambers on R and Multilingualism

November 29, 2010
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John Chambers, one of the creators of R's predecessor S and a current member of the R Core Group, gave a seminar at Stanford last week titled "R, other languages and object-oriented programming". Unfortunately, I was away for the Thanksgiving break and couldn't make it myself, but John has kindly made his slides (PDF) available for download. The talk...

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John Chambers on R and Multilingualism

November 29, 2010
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John Chambers, one of the creators of R's predecessor S and a current member of the R Core Group, gave a seminar at Stanford last week titled "R, other languages and object-oriented programming". Unfortunately, I was away for the Thanksgiving break and couldn't make it myself, but John has kindly made his slides (PDF) available for download. The talk...

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Statistique de l’assurance STT6705V, partie 11

November 29, 2010
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Statistique de l’assurance STT6705V, partie 11

Last course will be uploaded soon (the links will be here and there). The R code considered is given below. First, we had to work a little bit on the datasets, tabB=read.table("http://perso.univ-rennes1.fr/arthur.charpentier/tabB.csv", sep=";",head...

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SAS and R joins SAS-x

November 29, 2010
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SAS and R joins SAS-x

Tal Galili, organizer of the R-bloggers blog aggregator, has opened a new aggregator for people blogging about SAS. If you're unfamiliar with the concept, an aggregator is a single blog which republishes (with permission, in this case) the entries fro...

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INFORMS Data Mining Competition leaders used Open Source software

November 29, 2010
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INFORMS Data Mining Competition leaders used Open Source software

The results of 2010 INFORMS data mining competition just recently finished.  The leaders were presented at the 2010 Annual INFORMS Conference.  The 2010 INFORMS data mining competition goal was to determine short term movements in stock price...

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INFORMS Data Mining Competition leaders used Open Source software

November 29, 2010
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INFORMS Data Mining Competition leaders used Open Source software

The results of 2010 INFORMS data mining competition just recently finished.  The leaders were presented at the 2010 Annual INFORMS Conference.  The 2010 INFORMS data mining competition goal was to determine short term movements in stock price...

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Oct 2010 Year-To-Date Global Temperature Anomaly 1st in 2 Series, 2nd in 3 Series

November 29, 2010
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Oct 2010 Year-To-Date Global Temperature Anomaly 1st in 2 Series, 2nd in 3 Series

This post shows the YTD global land – ocean temperature anomaly (LOTA) trends for the 5 major series through October, 2010 and how  2010 YTD ranks over the entire record for each series. The source data  file link is provided. … Continue ...

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Joy of Stats coming soon

November 29, 2010
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Joy of Stats coming soon

The Joy of Stats really is a joy.  It will be shown on BBC4, apparently scheduled for December 7.  (That date comes from Hans Rosling on twitter, I haven’t found scheduling evidence at the BBC.) I saw its debut at the Royal Statistical Society on World Statistics Day. Here is a five minute excerpt: You … Continue reading...

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Sweave Tutorial 2: Batch Individual Personality Reports using R, Sweave, and LaTeX

November 29, 2010
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This post documents an example of using Sweave to generate individualised personality reports based on responses to a personality test. Each report provides information on both the responses of the general sample and responses of the specific respond...

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Sweave Tutorial 2: Batch Individual Personality Reports using R, Sweave, and LaTeX

November 29, 2010
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This post documents an example of using Sweave to generate individualised personality reports based on responses to a personality test. Each report provides information on both the responses of the general sample and responses of the specific respond...

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