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Implementing a DPU with OpenCPU

September 11, 2013
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Implementing a DPU with OpenCPU

One of the prime use cases in the design of OpenCPU has been the “Data Processing Unit”, for short: DPU. A DPU is a modular, stateless data I/O unit which is called remotely by other software. In the OpenMHealth architecture a DPU must use JSON for data input and output, and is called over...

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The Happiest Emoticons

September 10, 2013
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The Happiest Emoticons

Clearly, a :) is happier than a :( but what about a :-* and a :-D ? Or a :-| and a :-o ? In this post I attempt to rank emoticons in order of how happy someone has to be to use each one. (And punctuate horribly to avoid mixing punctuation with the emot...

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Google Prediction API update

September 10, 2013
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A quick update on the last blog post...Mr Hadley Wickham has made the authentication for this much easier...Then you can use the curl script like in my last blog post.

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An animated peek into the workings of Bayesian Statistics

September 9, 2013
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An animated peek into the workings of Bayesian Statistics

One of the practical challenges of Bayesian statistics is being able to deal with all of the complex probability distributions involved. You begin with the likelihood function of interest, but once you combine it with the prior distributions of all the parameters, you end up with a complex posterior distribution that you need to characterize. Since you usually can't...

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d3-ify Systematic Investor Cluster Weight

September 9, 2013
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d3-ify Systematic Investor Cluster Weight

I have posted before about the brilliant R/finance work being done at Systematic Investor.  I just had to see what his cluster work would look like with d3 interactivity.  Click on the screenshot below or here to see an interactive recreation...

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Accessing FitBit data in R

September 9, 2013
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Accessing FitBit data in R

I caught a pretty amazing episode of Horizon (the BBC’s in depth science program in the UK) a while back called “The future of medicine is apps“. The programme explored the health benefits of giving people data about their body, … Continue reading →

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Ce que je sais sur les séries temporelles (1/5)

September 9, 2013
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Ce que je sais sur les séries temporelles (1/5)

Ce que je sais sur les séries temporelles (1/5) En lisant la préface de Flore Vasseur à l'essai “le monde en 2030 vu par la CIA”, j'ai été très frappé par mon manque de culture macroéconomique. En effet, un essaiqui parle de...

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Sentiment Analysis on Twitter with Datumbox API

September 9, 2013
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Sentiment Analysis on Twitter with Datumbox API

Hey there! After my post about sentiment analysis using the Viralheat API I found another service. Datumbox ist offering special sentiment analysis for Twitter. But this API doesn´t just offer sentiment analysis, it offers a much more detailed analysis. „The currently supported API functions are: Sentiment Analysis, Twitter Sentiment Analysis, Subjectivity Analysis, Topic Classification, Spam …

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analyze the survey of business owners (sbo) with r

September 9, 2013
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each year ending in a two or a seven, census bureau employees stow away their eponymous decennial population count to focus on the economic census.  and when charged with gauging the health of the american economy, who better to survey than busine...

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Using Arial in R figures destined for PLOS ONE

September 9, 2013
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Despite the refreshing change that the journal PLOS ONE represents in terms of open access and an refreshing change to the stupidity that is quality/novelty selection by the two or three people that review a paper, it’s submission requirements are far less progressive. Yes they make you jump through a lot of hoops getting your figures and...

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