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Inference for R

April 8, 2009
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I got a message from Inference for R team. Their work is interesting, especially if you are bound to MS Excel and Word environment! It would be great if they would also support OpenOffice. They "benefit" from open source R and it would be great if they...

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Inference for R

April 8, 2009
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I got a message from Inference for R team. Their work is interesting, especially if you are bound to MS Excel and Word environment! It would be great if they would also support OpenOffice. They "benefit" from open source R and it would be great if they...

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Progress bar in R

March 21, 2009
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Nice summary on how to use progress bars in R. I am posting this here in order to have a note for later searches.

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Progress bar in R

March 21, 2009
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Nice summary on how to use progress bars in R. I am posting this here in order to have a note for later searches.

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R graphics: margins are way to large

February 22, 2009
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R graphics: margins are way to large

For me R has a very nice and powerfull capabilities for graphics (for example see this gallery). However, I dislike the default setting for margins and placement of axis numbers and labels. Since I always forget the setting of parameters I prefer I am adding this post. For example:library(package="MASS")Sigma mu tmp plot(tmp, xlab="X variable (unit)", ylab="Y variable...

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R graphics: margins are way to large

February 22, 2009
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R graphics: margins are way to large

For me R has a very nice and powerfull capabilities for graphics (for example see this gallery). However, I dislike the default setting for margins and placement of axis numbers and labels. Since I always forget the setting of parameters I prefer I am adding this post. For example: library(package="MASS")Sigma mu tmp plot(tmp, xlab="X variable (unit)", ylab="Y variable...

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Illinois long-term selection experiment for oil and protein in corn

February 22, 2009
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Illinois long-term selection experiment for oil and protein in corn

Researchers at the University of Illinois are conducting one of the longest experiments in biology - Illinois long-term selection experiment for oil and protein in corn. The experiment started in 1896 and is still active! In esence they are selecting l...

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R in SAS

February 15, 2009
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R in SAS

Another "proof" that R definitely is one of mainstream statistical packages is the news that SAS will provide an interface to R via SAS/IML Studio (today known as SAS Stat Studio).

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Fitting Legendre (orthogonal) polynomials in R

February 10, 2009
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Fitting Legendre (orthogonal) polynomials in R

Frederick Novomestky packaged a series of orthogonal polynomials in the orthopolynom R package. However, his functions can not be used "directly" in a statistical model, say in lm(). There is no need to use functions from orthopolynom package, since th...

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MCMCglmm package for R

January 29, 2009
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MCMCglmm package for R

Jarrod Hadfield published MCMCglmm package on CRAN. The package can fit generalised linear mixed models via MCMC methods. Bellow is the abstract from the vignette. The list of supported models is quite impressive. Nice job Jarrod! This is not the first...

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