Monthly Archives: July 2013

ggplot2 with Noam Ross theme

July 26, 2013
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ggplot2 with Noam Ross theme

When I first saw Noam Ross' blog post "The null model for age effects with overdispersed infection", I immediately liked the look of his ggplot2 graphs. I was even more delighted when I discovered that he has made his theme available on github. Even though I am all into rCharts, I still love a beautiful publication...

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Evolve your own beats: automatically generating music via algorithms

July 26, 2013
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Evolve your own beats: automatically generating music via algorithms

I recently went to an excellent music meetup where people spoke about the intersection of music and technology. One speaker in particular talked about how music is now being generated by computer. Music has always fascinated me. It can make us feel emotions in a way few media can. Sadly, I have always been unable...

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Architect 0.9.3

July 26, 2013
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Architect 0.9.3

Friday 26 July 2013 - 13:35 Architect is an Eclipse-based cross-platform IDE for R packed with features for advanced R users. Need convincing? Let's take a look at some of Architect's most popular features. Visual Debugger Architect comes eq...

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Evolve your own beats: automatically generating music via algorithms

July 26, 2013
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Evolve your own beats: automatically generating music via algorithms

Update: you can find the next post in this series here. I recently went to an excellent music meetup where people spoke about the intersection of music and technology. One speaker in particular talked about how music is now being generated by computer. Music has always fascinated me. It can make us feel emotions in a way few...

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Amount of end-user usage of code in Firefox

July 25, 2013
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Amount of end-user usage of code in Firefox

How much end-user usage does the code in Firefox receive over time? Short answer: The available data is very sparse and lots of hand waving is needed to concoct something. The longer answer is below as another draft section from my book Empirical software engineering with R. As always comments and pointers to more data

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SAP HANA and R – Keep shining

SAP HANA and R – Keep shining

Since I discovered Shiny and published my blog A Shiny example - SAP HANA, R and Shiny I always wanted to actually run a Shiny application from SAP HANA Studio, instead of having to call it from RStudio and having to use an ODBC connection.A couple of ...

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Revolution Analytics Supports the R Community

July 25, 2013
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by Joseph Rickert Early on, Revolution Analytics realized that R is more than just a tool for statistical computing — it is also the culture that has grown up around the use of the tool. The R culture is open and inclusive, competitive but also nourishing. There is a strong sense of community that encourages contribution and growth. We...

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shinyPsychometric: simulating how experimental choices affect results uncertainty

July 25, 2013
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shinyPsychometric: simulating how experimental choices affect results uncertainty

In the R community, Shiny is trending a lot. Shiny is an R package for developing interactive web applications. I wanted to give it a try, and ended up with an app to simulate the impact of data collection choices on the outcome reliability of a curve fitting process. I wrote the code behind it

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Development Update

July 25, 2013
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This is a quick update regarding the status of my R packages on google code. Since google decided to disallow uploads from Jan-2014 for existing projects, and immediately for new ones (meaning that the tarballs and zips could not be hosted on their servers anymore), I have had no choice but to return the development

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Development Update

July 25, 2013
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This is a quick update regarding the status of my R packages on google code. Since google decided to disallow uploads from Jan-2014 for existing projects, and immediately for new ones (meaning that the tarballs and zips could not be hosted on their servers anymore), I have had no choice but to return the development

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