There has recently been a lot of discussion of so-called “visually-weighted regression” plots. Folk hero Hadley Wickham suggests that such plots would be easy to implement with ggplot2, and so I have attempted to prove him right. The approa...

As you advance in your R use past “canned” functions and packages made by others, you may want to take information from one R object for use in another. For example, you may want to estimate a linear model, then use the results of that esti...

We’ve already briefly covered making a reproducible example, but I thought I’d go a little more in-depth on the very helpful function dput(). Whenever I am having trouble applying an operation to some R object, and need help, but want to av...

MathJax allows you to customize how \( \LaTeX \) is displayed. Simply right click over the math you’d like to see to access the display menu. Under “math settings” you can see zoom trigger and factor options. Given how small the text ...

The classic Pythagorean identity is: \(sin^2(\theta) + cos^2(\theta) =1 \) The binomial formula which calculates the probability of obtaining k tails when flipping a coin n times, with a assumed probability p for each trial is: \( P(E) = {n \choos...

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