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Top 100 R packages for 2013 (Jan-May)!

June 13, 2013
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Top 100 R packages for 2013 (Jan-May)!

(This article was first published on R-statistics blog » RR-statistics blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) What are the top 100 (most downloaded) R packages in 2013? Thanks to the recent release of RStudio of their “0-cloud” CRAN log files (but without including downloads from the primary CRAN mirror or any of the 88 other CRAN mirrors), we can now answer this question...

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…about R, for beginners

April 29, 2013
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…about R, for beginners

These days I was remembering my beginnings as a linux user few years ago, and how I found R (possibly in a very unlikely way: searching for a SPSS alternative in Linux). For two years, R had been almost impossible … Sigue leyendo →

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Automated Re-Install of Packages for R 3.0

April 3, 2013
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With the big release of R 3.0 today comes an unfortunate side effect of needing to re-install all of your packages. Luckily, R provides a pretty easy method of getting all of your packages into a list for automated re-install.  Here’s how to do it for OSX users with a default install to the Library: Automated Re-Install of...

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Video: SQL queries in R using sqldf package

December 17, 2012
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This video covers how to run SQL queries using the ‘sqldf’ package within R. This sqldf tutorial was part of a Keystone Solutions podcast discussion about data science and what skills beginning analysts should be learning to improve their skill set. The example files from this tutorial can be downloaded from this link: Example Data Video: SQL...

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Loading SPSS (.sav) into Stata

October 11, 2012
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Most statistical softwares nowadays are able to convert their files to a wide range of other packages. Perhaps it is the reason for the discontinuity of old converter bundles like SAS Transport and DBMS. Interesting, however, Stata, a quite popular statistical package, still lack built-in support for exporting and importing files among concurrent softwares like

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Getting into R, RCommander, JGR and Deducer

September 14, 2012
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I've been meaning to post something about R for a while, but never got started, and now have a pile of things I'd like to post, so it's time to get started. I first started using R during my Master Dissertation where I had to do some stats.  I've ...

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RStudio is RStupendous

September 3, 2012
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I am a sucker for beautiful applications (like the ggplot2 web tool mentioned here). The latest R-related application to catch my eye is RStudio. RStudio™ is a free and open source integrated development environment (IDE) for R. You can run it on your desktop (Windows, Mac, or Linux) or even over the web using RStudio

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Getting Started Using R, Part 1: RStudio

August 4, 2012
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Getting Started Using R, Part 1:  RStudio

Despite my preference for SAS over R, there are some add-ons to “basic” R that I’ve found that have made my learning process way easier.  While I’m still in my infancy in learning R, I feel like once I found … Continue reading →Getting Started Using R, Part 1: RStudio is an article from randyzwitch.com,...

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Why R is Hard to Learn

June 13, 2012
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Why R is Hard to Learn

The open source R software for analytics has a reputation for being hard to learn. It certainly can be, especially for people who are already familiar with similar packages such as SAS, SPSS or Stata. Training and documentation that leverages … Continue reading →

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R – some introductory material

May 12, 2012
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R is a statistical programming language and can be a little scary at first. I learned it during my first statistics class. While others used Stata, I decided to try if I could do the tasks in R. That was probably one of my best research-choices. My main source of knowledge was Quick-R that's an excellent resource. It...

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