4899 search results for "git"

analyze the national longitudinal surveys (nls) with r

November 25, 2014
By

as the oldest panel survey out there, the bureau of labor statistics' national longitudinal surveys (nls) have been operating so long that justin bieber's grandparents might be too young (and also too legally canadian) to have participated in the initi...

Read more »

Handwritten digit recognition – Part1

November 22, 2014
By

OBS: There is a version in portuguese. Handwritten digit recognition task was one of first great successes of machine learning The post Handwritten digit recognition – Part1 appeared first on Flavio Barros .

Read more »

Solutions on github

November 12, 2014
By

See this page. We're not done with them all but chapter 3 and 4 are there and the regression chapters are not too far behind. The Rnw files (using knitr LaTeX) are there along with the corresponding pdf files. You may have better solutions than ...

Read more »

Travis-CI to Github Pages

Travis-CI to Github Pages I don't remember how I got on this, but I believe I had a recent twitter exchange with some persons (or saw it fly by) about pushing R package vignettes to the web after building and checking on travis-ci. Hadley Wickham pointed to using such a scheme to push the web version of his book...

Read more »

Seinfeld streak at GitHub

October 12, 2014
By
Seinfeld streak at GitHub

Early last year, I referred to a Seinfeld Streak in a blog post referring to almost two months of updates to the Rcpp Gallery. This is sometimes called Jerry Seinfeld's secret to productivity: Just keep at it. Don't break the streak. I now have different streak: Now we'll see how...

Read more »

RGLUEANN package available on GitHub

October 11, 2014
By
RGLUEANN package available on GitHub

The RGLUEANN package is now available on GitHub at http://github.com/rogiersbart/RGLUEANN. The package provides an R implementation of the coupling between general likelihood uncertainty estimation (GLUE) and artificial neural networks (ANNs)...

Read more »

randomness in coin tosses and last digits of prime numbers

October 7, 2014
By
randomness in coin tosses and last digits of prime numbers

A rather intriguing note that was arXived last week: it is essentially one page long and it compares the power law of the frequency range for the Bernoulli experiment with the power law of the frequency range for the distribution of the last digits of the first 10,000 prime numbers to conclude that the power

Read more »

Joint Models for Longitudinal and Survival Data

September 25, 2014
By
Joint Models for Longitudinal and Survival Data

What are joint models for longitudinal and survival data? In this post we will introduce in layman's terms the framework of joint models for longitudinal and time-to-event data. These models are applied in settings where the sample units are followed-up in time, for example, we may be interest in patients suffering...

Read more »

If the typing monkeys have met Mr Markov: probabilities of spelling "omglolbbq" after the digitial monkeys have read Dracula

September 15, 2014
By
If the typing monkeys have met Mr Markov: probabilities of spelling "omglolbbq" after the digitial monkeys have read Dracula

On the weekend, randomly after watching Catching Fire, I remember the problem of the typing monkeys (Infinite monkey theorem) in which basically could be defined as (Thanks to Wiki):# *******************#  INTRODUCTION# *******************The infi...

Read more »

Search for CRAN, GitHub and BioConductor packages at Rdocumentation.org

August 15, 2014
By
Search for CRAN, GitHub and BioConductor packages at Rdocumentation.org

If you're looking for just the right package to solve your R problem, you could always browse through the list of available packages on CRAN. But with almost 6000 entries, that's not going to be the most efficient process. And even then, many very useful packages aren't found on CRAN: there are more than 800 packages hosted on BioConductor...

Read more »