362 search results for "sweave"

R versus Matlab in Mathematical Psychology

February 20, 2011
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I recently attended the 2011 Australasian Mathematical Psychology Conference. This post summarises a few thoughts I had on the use of R, Matlab and other tools in mathematical psychology flowing from discussions with researchers at the conference. I w...

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Twin Cities R User Group Meeting Tonight!

February 16, 2011
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TCRUG will be having a meeting TONIGHT (2/16) at 5:30 PM. We will meet in ROOM 29 in Willey Hall. Willey Hall is located on the West Bank of the Minneapolis campus. See the Google map at http://goo.gl/tnRnU. Erik Iverson will be giving a talk ...

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Twin Cities R User Group Meeting Tonight!

February 16, 2011
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TCRUG will be having a meeting TONIGHT (2/16) at 5:30 PM. We will meet in ROOM 29 in Willey Hall. Willey Hall is located on the West Bank of the Minneapolis campus. See the Google map at http://goo.gl/tnRnU. Erik Iverson will be giving a talk ...

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R 2.12.2 scheduled for February 25

February 15, 2011
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The next release of R is scheduled for release February 25, and R 2.12.2 will likely be the final bug-fix release of the 2.12 series before R 2.13 is released in April. According to the NEWS file in the latest daily build, 2.12.2 will improve complex-arithmetic support on some rare platforms that don't support complex types in C99, and...

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Annotated source code

February 1, 2011
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Annotated source code

We programmers are told that reading code is a good idea. It may be good for you, but it's hard work. Jeremy Ashkenas has come up with a simple tool that makes it easier: docco. Ashkenas is also behind underscore.js and coffeescript, a dialect of ja...

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Annotated source code

February 1, 2011
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Annotated source code

We programmers are told that reading code is a good idea. It may be good for you, but it's hard work. Jeremy Ashkenas has come up with a simple tool that makes it easier: docco. Ashkenas is also behind underscore.js and coffeescript, a dialect of ja...

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Teach Yourself How to Create Functions in R

February 1, 2011
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Teach Yourself How to Create Functions in R

As you can tell from my previous posts, I am diving in head first into learning how to program (and simplify) my analytical life using R.  I have always learned by example and have never really prospered from the “learn from scratch” school of thought.  As I follow along with some other fellow R programmers,

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New R User Group in Minneapolis/St. Paul

January 26, 2011
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The Twin Cities R User Group has been around for a little while, but has just launched a new site at meetup.com. Their next meeting will be on February 16, where Erik Iverson will be giving a talk on using R to generate dynamic statistical reports using R's literate programming tool, Sweave. If you're in the Minneapolis-St.Paul area, this...

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How do you explain reproducible research to clients?

January 21, 2011
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Most of the statistics work I do now is reproducible research - this can offer a big advantage for clients but of course that doesn't necessarily mean they realise it ... Below is a text we have been pasting in at the bottom of the source d...

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How do you explain reproducible research to clients?

January 21, 2011
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Most of the statistics work I do now is reproducible research – this can offer a big advantage for clients but of course that doesn’t necessarily mean they realise it … Below is a text we have been pasting in at the bottom of the source documents (and which therefore appears in the pdf’s) to

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