# Blog Archives

## Visualizing systems of linear equations and linear transformations

December 2, 2013
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$Visualizing systems of linear equations and linear transformations$

This is a lecture post for my students in the CUNY MS Data Analytics program. In this series of lectures …Continue reading »

## From area under the curve to the fundamental theorem of calculus

November 24, 2013
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$From area under the curve to the fundamental theorem of calculus$

This is a lecture post for my students in the CUNY MS Data Analytics program. In this series of lectures …Continue reading »

## Curve sketching for calculus

November 18, 2013
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$Curve sketching for calculus$

This is a short post for my students in the CUNY MS Data Analytics program on sketching curves in R. …Continue reading »

## Slides from FP Days

November 15, 2013
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These are the slides from my talk at FP Days 2013. The first part goes into more detail about why …Continue reading »

## Quick tip on controlling log output in tests

November 11, 2013
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When running tests for a package, it’s important that the console output is unadulterated since test results are printed with …Continue reading »

## Lambda.r at FP Days 2013 in Cambridge, UK

October 5, 2013
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After a bit of a hiatus in public speaking, I will be presenting Functional Programming In The Computational Sciences With …Continue reading »

## 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 »

## Preview of my book – Modeling data with functional programming in R

September 21, 2013
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As some of you know, I’ve been writing a book (to be published by CRC Press/Chapman & Hall and released …Continue reading »

## Church numerals in R (or how to prove the existence of natural numbers using the lambda calculus)

September 18, 2013
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$Church numerals in R (or how to prove the existence of natural numbers using the lambda calculus)$

One area of math that I’ve always been enamored with is the proof of numbers. The simplicity of the starting …Continue reading »

## Pricing interest rate swaps with lambda.r

July 19, 2013
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People think I’m joking when I say something should only take 20 lines of code. More often than not it …Continue reading »