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Parallel R (Linux User & Developer Issue 108)

January 3, 2012
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Parallel R (Linux User & Developer Issue 108)

In the 108. issue of Linux User & Developer was an article “Supercharge your R experience” about using parallel techniques to analyse large amounts of data with R. 4 page step-by-step tutorial shows the basics needed for installing needed packages … Continue reading →

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MuroBBS Programming Challenge 1

December 30, 2011
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MuroBBS Programming Challenge 1

It’s been a while since the last post. I started my studies as a statistics major in university and have been doing little with R but mostly just reading other blogs and taking our university’s R course which was just … Continue reading →

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NHL Statistics – Goals scored by age

June 26, 2011
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NHL Statistics – Goals scored by age

NHL Statistics, part 1 Goals scored by age Data Twirling blog gave instructions to how to get NHL statistics data from the website and I saw an opportunity to learn R and statistics with help of data I know and … Continue reading →

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googleVis library on use

June 26, 2011
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googleVis library on use

Data on the map While surfing around the Internet I accidentally found the googleVis library for R and especially the gvisGeoMap-function which creates a map based on country data.  In a table hockey scene we have a great World Ranking … Continue reading →

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Table hockey and statistics, part 1

June 23, 2011
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Table hockey and statistics, part 1

Two hobbys combined I’ve been playing table hockey for little over 8 years now and since the very beginning I’ve been interested in statistics and different software we use while organising tournaments and seasons. I’ve been writing few softwares for … Continue reading →

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msg <- “Hello World!”; print(msg)

June 23, 2011
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msg <- “Hello World!”; print(msg)

Introduction My mom always told me to be polite so I think I should introduce myself first. I’m a 20+ years old Finnish university student studying computer science (2nd year starting) and statistics (first year coming) and mostly interested in … Continue reading →

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