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Social Network Analysis Resources for R

August 17, 2009
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Social Network Analysis Resources for R

Social Network Analysis is an increasingly popular tool for modelling dependence structures between social actors. In my department researchers are developing new models for representing such dependence structures (MELNET). In 2007 I gave a talk on my ...

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My Procedure for Upgrading R: Windows XP with StatET

August 5, 2009
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My Procedure for Upgrading R: Windows XP with StatET

R releases upgrades around every 6 months. I run R on Windows XP using the StatET plug-in and Eclipse. This is my current upgrade procedure. I've posted this mainly for my own future reference. But who knows? it might be useful for someone else:1. Down...

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Learning R for Researchers in Psychology

June 6, 2009
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Learning R for Researchers in Psychology

R is a powerful environment for statistical computing. Here is a selective list of resources on R with an emphasis on resources useful for researchers in psychology.Psychology specific R resourcesR Notes for Experimental PsychologyWilliam Revelle's Psy...

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Bootstrapping and the boot package in R

May 21, 2009
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Bootstrapping and the boot package in R

I was recently asked about options for bootstrapping. The following post sets out some applications of bootstrapping and strategies for implementing it in R.I've found bootstrapping useful in several settings:where the statistic I'm interested in is a ...

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