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Creating an R package in Windows

November 21, 2012
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Creating an R package in Windows

A nice package can be both beautiful and functional. The image is CC by MIAD Communication Design. Inspired by Read more »

Getting started with Sweave & knitr

August 6, 2012
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Getting started with Sweave & knitr

Cool woven artwork on the campus of Kansas University. The image is CC by Patrick Emerson I recently started to work with Sweave (by Friedrich Leisch)...

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My two favorite IDE’s for R – tips & tricks

May 20, 2012
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My two favorite IDE’s for R – tips & tricks

The two IDE that I use for R are RStudio and Eclipse with StatET. They complement each other nicely, RStudio works out of the box while I previously shown how to get Eclipse & StatET going, you can find it here, which is slightly challanging. RStudio I use RStudio for all my statistics where I don't want to create...

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Setting up StatET & Eclipse in Windows

May 15, 2012
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Setting up StatET & Eclipse in Windows

A view of the StatET plugin in the Juno Eclipse. The environment is perfect for developing R packages and creating more complex functions. I wanted to write about creating R-packages in Windows but after trying to get StatET to work seamlessly...

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R – some introductory material

May 12, 2012
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R is a statistical programming language and can be a little scary at first. I learned it during my first statistics class. While others used Stata, I decided to try if I could do the tasks in R. That was probably one of my best research-choices. My main source of knowledge was Quick-R that's an excellent resource. It...

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