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Genetic Algorithms with gaoptim package

January 2, 2013
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Two days ago i just submitted my first R package: gaoptim. For my surprise, the next day it was already living on CRAN. In this post i want to show you how to use gaoptim to perform a simple function maximization. This same task could be accomplished ...

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Let’s Rapplicate!

January 2, 2013
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Let’s Rapplicate!

It's been a while since you last heard from Rapporter, and we came up with a (hopefully) good excuse for our absence from the blogosphere: Rapplications. To demystify: we developed an API that allows you to create dynamic reports by using the R templates and datasets available on Rapporter. All you need is an account on Rapporter (you can...

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The (near) Future of Data Analysis – A Review

January 2, 2013
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The (near) Future of Data Analysis – A Review

Sean Murphy co-organizes Data Business DC, among many other things. Hadley Wickham, having just taught workshops in DC for RStudio, shared with the DC R Meetup his view on the future, or at least the near future of Data Analysis. … Continue reading → The post The (near) Future of Data Analysis – A Review appeared first on...

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Clone all your gists locally with R

January 2, 2013
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I really like gists as a quick way to include more lengthly code snippets into my blog posts. However, I am not a git user as such, and so I was quite concerned when I noticed that all my gists on this blog had vanished after Christmas. I suppose this was a result of Github's downtime...

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Polarisation and Mobilisation indicators

January 1, 2013
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Polarisation and Mobilisation indicators

This blog post makes available a set of indicators discussed in a forthcoming edition of Digital Icons. In brief, the script takes a text input and calculates polarisation and mobilisation indexes based on the number of pronouns featured.The hypothesised relationship between pronouns and polarisation is one discussed extensively by critical discourse analysts, social...

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Tips for R Package Creation

December 30, 2012
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Tips for R Package Creation

I’m being tortured by the mistakes of my past self. I think I’ve made most every mistake possible in creating a package and I want to go back in time and tell year ago me all I know now. But … Continue reading →

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Misusage of the new shiny package: A nerdy drink tracker for your next party

December 30, 2012
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Misusage of the new shiny package: A nerdy drink tracker for your next party

Currently a lot of people are talking about the new shiny package. So I got curious and built an own, more or less useful app: A drink trackerThis app can be used to track how much someone drank and therefore it is very useful for every party, especial...

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National idenftification number: Finland

December 30, 2012
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The Finnish Social Security number (FSSn) is a common variable in a Finnish population based study. Within FSSn are individuals birthday, and gender. We can also check if the FSSn correct because it has a check digit. If the data doesn't have birthday ...

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Update to Graphing Non-Proportional Hazards in R

December 30, 2012
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Update to Graphing Non-Proportional Hazards in R

Update 1 February 2013: I've moved all of the functionality described in this post into an R package called simtvc. Have a look. It is much easier to use. This is a quick update for a previous post on Graphing Non-Proportional Hazards in R. In the previous post I showed how to simulate and graph 1,000...

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Integration of R, RStudio and Hadoop in a VirtualBox Cloudera Demo VM on Mac OS X

December 29, 2012
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Integration of R, RStudio and Hadoop in a VirtualBox Cloudera Demo VM on Mac OS X

MotivationI was inspired by Revolution's blog and step-by-step tutorial from Jeffrey Breen on the set up of a local virtual instance of Hadoop with R. However, this tutorial describes the implementation using VMware's application. One downside to using VMware is that it's not free. I know most of the people including me like to hear the words open-source and free,...

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