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Writing reproducibly in the open with knitr

April 7, 2012
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Sweave is something of a gold standard in reproducible research. It creates a dynamic document, written in a mix of LaTeX and R code where the results of the analysis (numbers, figures, tables) are automatically generated from the code and inserted in...

RNA-Seq Methods & March Twitter Roundup

April 6, 2012
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There were lots of interesting developments this month that didn't work their way into a full blog post. Here is an incomplete list of what I've been tweeting about over the last few weeks. But first I want to draw your attention to the latest manuscri...

R-Bloggers’ Web-Presence

April 6, 2012
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We love them, we hate them: RANKINGS!Rankings are an inevitable tool to keep the human rat race going. In this regard I'll pick up my last two posts (HERE & HERE) and have some fun with it by using it to analyse R-Bloggers' web presence. I will use...

Dynamite plots in R

April 6, 2012
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For some time I've contemplated creating a function for creating the dynamite plots beloved by many of the applied sciences. There's a lot of criticism regarding their utility, and there are several ways that present data in a more intelligible way. A search on the subject brings up pages with such emotive titles as "Dynamite plots: unmitigated evil?"...

The 50 most used R packages

April 5, 2012
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Ask anyone what makes R a great language, one argument that often comes back is its very active community. Proof is the impressive number of packages contributed by developers from all horizons and backgrounds. The CRAN website alone lists 3,725 p...

Gaussian process regression with R

April 5, 2012
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I’m currently working my way through Rasmussen and Williams’s book on Gaussian processes. It’s another one of those topics that seems to crop up a lot these days, particularly around control strategies for energy systems, and thought I should be able to at...

R Structure Explained

April 4, 2012
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This post by Suraj Gupta explains it all. This is the firs time I have seen a  concise and accessible explanation of the R environment structure and why it matters.   Addendum: This one by Digithead is also pretty good

R Structure Explained

April 4, 2012
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This post by Suraj Gupta explains it all. This is the first time I have seen a  concise and accessible explanation of the R environment structure and why it matters.   Addendum: This one by Digithead is also pretty good