Monthly Archives: June 2012

Mapping the World’s Biggest Airlines

June 7, 2012
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Mapping the World’s Biggest Airlines

The map above shows the routes flown by the top 7 airli

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Simulation in the profiling model

June 7, 2012
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Simulation in the profiling model

In this post I try to make a small simulation of the sensory (flavour) profiling data, and examine if the parameters of simulated data can be retrieved by the Bayesian model build in the previous posts.The conclusion is that it is difficult, the amount...

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You should not use split in production code

June 7, 2012
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Recently I have stumbled on a problem with split function applied on list of factors. The issue is that it might produce wrong splits when splitting factors contain dots.Here is the example of the problem. Invoking the following code:df <-...

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R functions to filter rjags results

June 7, 2012
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R functions to filter rjags results

A while back I was running a bunch of JAGS models through R, using the rjags (written by Martyn Plummer) and R2jags (by Yu-Sung Su) packages. These packages provide a great interface to the JAGS software, which allows analysis of … Continue reading →

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PLoS topic page on ABC

June 6, 2012
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PLoS topic page on ABC

A few more comments on the specific entry on ABC written by Mikael Sunnåker et al…. The entry starts with the representation of the posterior probability of an hypothesis, rather than with the posterior density of a model parameter, which seems to lead the novice reader astray. After all, (a) ABC was not introduced for

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Load Packages Automatically in RStudio

June 6, 2012
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Load Packages Automatically in RStudio

I recently finished a long stretch of work on a particular project that required me to draw upon four R packages.  Each time I got back to my work on the project, I’d have to load the packages manually, as … Continue reading →

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Poverty Incidence in the Philippines

June 6, 2012
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Poverty Incidence in the Philippines

Every three (3) years, the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) publish data on provincial poverty incidence in the Philippines. Using R, I put the tabulated poverty incidence data into maps to check pattern and changes on the country's pr...

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Improving Monitor statistics with the "UECLs"

June 6, 2012
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Improving Monitor statistics with the "UECLs"

New Monitor Video:Improving Monitor statistics with the "UECLs"

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Simulating the Birthday Problem with data derived probabilities

June 6, 2012
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Simulating the Birthday Problem with data derived probabilities

You've probably heard of the Birthday Paradox: it only takes a small gathering of people before it's quite likely that two of them share the same birthday. You can solve the problem analytically or with simulation, but usually in either case simplifying assumptions are made (no-one born on February 29, for example). Joe Rickert uses Revolution R Enterprise 6...

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Body Weight in the United States – Part 1, "The Problem"

June 6, 2012
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Body Weight in the United States – Part 1, "The Problem"

The Problem In the United States, people are getting fatter and they are doing so at an alarming rate. So What? Being fat isn't just a social stigma - it's unhealthy in nearly every facet of life. Staying in this condition brings high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma and arthritis to name...

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