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Revolution R Enterprise, some thoughts

September 9, 2010
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I requested an academic copy of the Revolution R Enterprise today. Since they only have Windows or Redhat version, I installed it on an old spare machine dual-booting Linux and Windows. I like what they did with the IDE (the debugger is nice) and ...

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Integrating R with Geany

August 4, 2010
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According to landroni, R can also be easily integrated with Geany:Download 0.19 (non-optional), then you need to set send_selection_unsafe=true in geany.conf and assign "Send selection to terminal" to a ctrl+r keybinding or similar. As long as you...

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Integrating R with Geany

August 4, 2010
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According to landroni, R can also be easily integrated with Geany:Download 0.19 (non-optional), then you need to set send_selection_unsafe=true in geany.conf and assign "Send selection to terminal" to a ctrl+r keybinding or similar. As long as you...

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Integrating R and Gedit

August 2, 2010
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Here is how to integrate R and Gedit using Rgedit plugin.

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Integrating R and Gedit

August 2, 2010
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Here is how to integrate R and Gedit using Rgedit plugin.

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NetLogo-R-Extension

August 1, 2010
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NetLogo-R-Extension

Here is a bridge between NetLogo and R, which looks very interesting. But I was not able to get it work on my Ubuntu box (running the latest R).

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Red-R

July 29, 2010
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Red-R

Red-R seems to have some interesting ideas behind it. Of course it needs some time to mature.

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Flexmix taks long time…

July 19, 2010
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Flexmix taks long time…

I am running a mixture logit model on a sample of 10,000 cases. The model takes a long time (3-4 hours) to run, which makes it nearly impossible to try different specifications and such. It probably makes sense to use a subsample for exploratory analys...

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Npmlreg and Flexmix

July 18, 2010
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Npmlreg and Flexmix

In my attempt to estimate a mixture regression model for the long-term impact of prenatal famine exposure, I compared results obtained from NPMLREG and Flexmix using the "rainfall" data set came with the package "forward" and was able to achieve identi...

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Latent variable analysis package for R

July 17, 2010
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Latent variable analysis package for R

This is another R package for latent variable analysis. I hope it can soon include multilevel and mixture modeling capacity. Another promising package is OpenMx, which is also under active development and very promising. At this moment, OpenMx seems to...

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