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RForcecom – An R package provides the connection between R and Salesforce.com

March 28, 2013
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RForcecom – An R package provides the connection between R and Salesforce.com

In this post, I’ll introduce an R package RForcecom and its usage. As you may know, R statistical computing environment is the most populous statistical computing software, and Salesforce.com is the world’s most innovative cloud-computing based SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) CRM package.…Read more ›

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“Building ractives is so addictive it should be illegal!”

March 27, 2013
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clickme is an amazing R package. I was not sure what to expect when I first saw Nacho Caballero's announcement. I actually was both skeptical and intimidated, but neither reaction was justified. The examples prove its power, and his wiki tutorials ease...

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Build a search engine in 20 minutes or less

March 27, 2013
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Build a search engine in 20 minutes or less

…or your money back. author = "Ben Ogorek"Twitter = "@baogorek"email = paste0(sub("@", "", Twitter), "@gmail.com") Setup Pretend this is Big Data: doc1 <- "Stray cats are running all over the place. I see 10 a day!"doc2 <- "Cats are killers. They...

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TeXing R tables: Save yourself a lot of typing…

March 27, 2013
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TeXing R tables: Save yourself a lot of typing…

I want to share a function I wrote for my dissertation. The function is useful for putting up to two R tables into one TeX table.You have to load the package 'languageR' to have the dataset 'dative' available.Let's suppose you have two tables, one with...

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SciDB-R, a package for R, is now available

March 26, 2013
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SciDB-R, a package for R that lets R programmers perform massive-scale data-management and analytical tasks from inside R programs, is now available. You can download the package from GitHub here. It is also available on The Comprehensive R Archive Net...

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Python vs R vs SPSS … Can’t All Programmers Just Get Along?

March 26, 2013
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Python vs R vs SPSS … Can’t All Programmers Just Get Along?

Programmers have long been very proud and loyal with their tools, and often very vocal. This has led to well-contested rivalries and “fights” about which tool is better: emacs or vi; Java or C++; Perl or Python; Django or Rails; … Continue reading →The post Python vs R vs SPSS … Can’t All Programmers Just Get Along?...

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i Before e Except After c

March 26, 2013
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i Before e Except After c

When I went to school we were always taught the “i before e, except after c” rule for spelling. But how accurate is this rule? Kevin Marks tweeted today the following: »@uberfacts: There are 923 words in the English language that break the “I before E” rule. Only 44 words actually follow that rule.« Science— Kevin Marks (@kevinmarks)

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R – Defining Your Own Color schemes for HeatMaps

March 25, 2013
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R – Defining Your Own Color schemes for HeatMaps

This post is intended at those who are beginners at R, and is inspired by a small post in Martin's bioblog.First, we plot a "correlation heatmap" using the same logic that Martin uses. In our example, let's use the Movies dataset that comes with ggplot...

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Massive online data stream mining with R

Massive online data stream mining with R

A few weeks ago, the stream package has been released on CRAN. It allows to do real time analytics on data streams. This can be very usefull if you are working with large datasets which are already hard to put in RAM completely, let alone to build some statistical model on it without getting into RAM problems. Most of...

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Ordinal data with JAGS

March 25, 2013
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Last week is had a look at the standard R routines for estimating models for ordinal data. This week, I want to have a look at JAGS for examining the same data. To be honest, most of it is taking an example (inhaler) and removing code. To my surpr...

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