Monthly Archives: October 2013

Book example – iterative function systems for generating fractals

October 1, 2013
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Book example – iterative function systems for generating fractals

A number of people suggested that my book, Modeling Data With Functional Programming In R, be more upfront with examples …Continue reading »

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PirateGruntTV

October 1, 2013
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PirateGruntTV

I’m on record as being a big fan of Coursera and have wanted to try and create my own video content ever since I saw theirs. Obviously they’re much better at it than I am, both in terms of production quality and content. Still, there probably isn’t much call for actuarial lectures on their site

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Remotely use R packages on Github through OpenCPU

October 1, 2013
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Remotely use R packages on Github through OpenCPU

Any R package on Github can be used remotely on OpenCPU through the /ocpu/github/ API. Users on the internet can browse code, objects, help pages, or call functions in the package without having to learn R or install it on their local machine. Thereby you can make your method, algorithm, plot...

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Remotely use R packages on Github through OpenCPU

October 1, 2013
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Remotely use R packages on Github through OpenCPU

Any R package on Github can be used remotely on OpenCPU through the /ocpu/github/ API. Users on the internet can browse code, objects, help pages, or call functions in the package without having to learn R or install it on their local machine. Thereby you can make your method, algorithm, plot...

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Creating a matrix from a long data.frame

October 1, 2013
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There can never be too many examples for transforming data with R. So, here is another example of reshaping a data.frame into a matrix.Here I have a data frame that shows incremental claim payments over time for different loss occurrence (origin) years...

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