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New Video: Credit Scoring & R: Reject inference, nested conditional models, & joint scores

This post shares the video from the talk presented in August 2013 by Ross Gayler on Credit Scoring and R at Melbourne R Users. Credit scoring tends to involve the balancing of mutually contradictory objectives spiced with a liberal dash … Continue reading

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Video: R, ProjectTemplate, RStudio and GitHub: Automate the boring bits and get on with the fun stuff

This post shares the video from the talk presented on 15th May 2013 by Dr Kendra Vant on ProjectTemplate, github and Rstudio at Melbourne R Users. Overview: Want to minimise the drudge work of data prep? Get started with test … Continue reading

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Video: Using R for causal inference in a study of expensive public policy decisions

This post shares the video from a talk presented on 9th April 2013 by Jim Savage at Melbourne R Users. Billions of dollars a year are spent subsidising tuition of Australian university students. A controversial report last year by the … Continue reading

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R Workflow: Melbourne R Users Dec 1st 2010

Melbourne R Users Group December 1st 2010 Meeting (Meetup page). 1. “What my R code looks and feels like (Vanilla)” by Geoff Robinson The other talk from the session was by Geoff Robinson who discussed several useful strategies for working … Continue reading

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