# Monthly Archives: June 2011

## iEvoBio 2011 Synopsis

June 22, 2011
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We just wrapped up the 2011 iEvoBio meeting. It was awesome! If you didn't go this year or last year, definitely think about going next year.Here is a list of the cool projects that were discussed at the meeting (apologies if I left some out):Vistrails...

## Steal This Blog!

June 22, 2011
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I wanted to contribute any content and code I post here to the R Programming Wikibook so I made a slight change to the Creative Commons license on this blog. All the written content is now cc-by-sa and all the code here is still open source BSD. So fee...

## At Least Tim Thomas Won…….

June 22, 2011
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As you can tell from the content on this blog, I am a really big fan of statistical analysis and the NHL.  I haven’t blogged in some time simply because I have been deeply engrossed by the 2011 playoffs, where … Continue reading →

## Hard drive occupation prediction with R – part 3 – Predicting future ranges

Hard drive occupation prediction - part 3 - Predicting future ranges - On the second article, we saw how to use a Monte Carlo simulation generate sample of disk space delta for future dates and calculate the distribution probability of zeroing free...

## Hard drive occupation prediction with R – part 3 – Predicting future ranges

Hard drive occupation prediction - part 3 - Predicting future ranges - On the second article, we saw how to use a Monte Carlo simulation generate sample of disk space delta for future dates and calculate the distribution probability of zeroing free...

## Hard drive occupation prediction with R – part 3 – Predicting future ranges

On the second article, we saw how to use a Monte Carlo simulation generate sample of disk space delta for future dates and calculate the distribution probability of zeroing free space in the future. In this article, we will see how we can plot the e...

## Items

June 22, 2011
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Let's define a new pattern! I do a lot of programming for research, and part of what this involves is turning calculations, usually expressed as verbs, into nouns. That is, I need to keep the calculation and all it's intermediate steps around so that I can inspect them. Alas, I am programming in Python most of the time and end up...

## Video: Two R talks from Hadley Wickham

June 22, 2011
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On his recent tour to the Bay Area, Hadley Wickham have two interesting R-related talks, for which video has been made available by Google Tech Talks. At the June Bay Area R User Group meeting, Hadley spoke on the future of interactive data visualization in R. Building on his experiences creating the ggplot2 package (which is still under development...

## REITs for Everybody Now REITs for Nobody Part 3

June 22, 2011
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THIS IS NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE.  LISTENING TO ME COULD LOSE LOTS OF MONEY. For some additional insight to my short REITs beliefs presented in REITs for Everybody Now REITs for Nobody Part 2 and REITs for Everybody Might Now Mean REITs for Nobody, I...

## Package RghcnV3

June 22, 2011
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I am down to the last strokes of creating a package for downloading, importing and analyzing GHCN (Global Historical Climate Network0 Version 3.  There  were a few things holding me up, but  I’ve manged to handle all of them except the last one.  Let’s spend a little time looking at the package process so you