I struggled with whether or not I should even post this. It is raw and ugly, but it might help somebody out there. I might use this as a basis for some more gridSVG posts, but I do not think I have the motivation to finish the analysi...

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For my research on the effect of power outages on fertility , we study a period of extensive power rationing that lasted for almost a whole year and affected most of Latin America, but in particular, it affected Colombia. The key difficult was to determine which areas were exposed to the power-outage and the extent to

Following up on my previous post as a result of an excellent suggestion from Andrej Spiess. The data are indeed very heteroscedastic! Andrej suggested that an alternative way to attack this problem would be to use weighted correlation with weights being the inverse of the measurement variance. Let’s look at the synthetic data first. This is

This post spawned from a discussion I had the other day. Confidence intervals are notoriously a difficult topic for those unfamiliar with statistics. I can’t really think of another statistical topic that is so widely published in newspaper articles, television, and elsewhere that so few people really understand. It’s been this way since the moment

Mango Solutions are pleased to announce a free R Graphics Workshop in Copenhagen on Monday 26th August (6-8pm). The workshop is open to all and any interested R users or those wishing to learn more about R. The workshop will focus on using R to create powerful graphics, specifically covering: • An introduction to R • Getting data into...

R lacks some of the more “utilitarian” features found in other scripting languages that were/are more geared—at least initially—towards systems administration. One of the most frustrating missing pieces for security data scientists is the lack of ability to perform basic IP address manipulations, including reverse DNS resolution (even though it has nsl() which is just

So I have been having difficulty getting my Stata code to look the way I want it to look when I post it to my blog. To alleviate this condition I have written a html encoder in R. I don't know much about html so it is likely to be a little ...

If you're an absolute beginner to the R language, this Intro to R video series from Google Developers is a great place to get started. Just download R for your system, start the playlist below, and follow along with the on-screen examples. (The video uses the MacOS X version of R, but you should be able to follow along...