Monthly Archives: January 2011

Revised market prediction distributions

January 4, 2011
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Revised market prediction distributions

This provides revised plots of the prediction distributions published yesterday.  The previous plots of prediction distributions should be ignored — they are not doing as advertised. We show the prediction distribution of levels of several equity indices (plus oil price) at the end of 2011 assuming nothing happens.  That is, we’ve taken out market trends … Continue reading...

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Creating prediction distributions

January 4, 2011
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Creating prediction distributions

Here we give details and code for the prediction distributions exhibited in yesterday’s blog post Tis the season to predict. Eight years of returns The equity indices use daily closing levels from the start of 2003.  This data comes from Yahoo. A roughly equivalent technique of selecting the last 2000 daily prices is used for … Continue reading...

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Customizing the Theme of Your R HTML Help

January 4, 2011
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Customizing the Theme of Your R HTML Help

R's default theme of the HTML help pages is too plain for me to read, but we can easily modify the theme, which is essentially a CSS file. You can find the file under: file.path(R.home('doc'), 'html', 'R.css') Simply replac...

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How many of each gift did my true love give to me?

January 4, 2011
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How many of each gift did my true love give to me?

How many of each gift did my true love give to me?

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Gifts my true love gave to me on all twelve days of Christmas

January 4, 2011
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Gifts my true love gave to me on all twelve days of Christmas

Gifts my true love gave to me on all twelve days of Christmas

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First meeting of Toronto R User Group this Friday

January 3, 2011
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The Greater Toronto Area R User Group is having its inaugural meeting this Friday, January 7. The meeting will feature Ben Bolker, professor and author of Ecological Models and Data in R, who will speak on Generalized Linear Models. It's also your opportunity to join the group and help define its future path, so if you're in the area...

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Example 8.19: Referencing lists of variables

January 3, 2011
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Example 8.19: Referencing lists of variables

In section 1.11.4 (p. 50), we discuss referring to lists of variables in a data set. In SAS, this can be done for variable stored in adjacent columns with the "var_x -- var_y" syntax and for variables with sequentially enumerated suffixes with the "va...

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Exporting KML from R

January 2, 2011
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Exporting KML from R

Google Earth has become a popular way of disseminating spatial data. KML is the data format required to do this. It is possible to load almost any type of spatial...

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LaTeX Typesetting – Tables

January 2, 2011
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LaTeX Typesetting – Tables

One area of LaTeX that is not always straightforward is producing tabular material. In this post we will look at some of the basics of creating tables in a LaTeX document. Fast Tube by Casper When creating tables there is a tabular environment that can be used and we need to specify the number of

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Animation from Kaggle traffic prediction competition

January 2, 2011
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Below: two animations (same one twice, just as different speeds) I made from the highway data for the Kaggle traffic prediction competition.The data are travel times for 61 different sections of Sydney's M4 freeway, in both directions. The data comes i...

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