369 search results for "sweave"

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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In case you missed it: December Roundup

January 17, 2011
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from December of particular interest to R users. A Facebook employee created a beautiful visualization of social connections around the world, which made a lot of news on the Web. The creator, Paul Butler, explained how he did it using R. With sponsorship from Revolution Analytics, the R/Finance conference in...

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R-bloggers in 2010: Top 14 R posts, site statistics and invitation for sponsors

January 1, 2011
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R-bloggers in 2010: Top 14 R posts, site statistics and invitation for sponsors

A year ago (on December 9th 2009), I wrote about founding R-bloggers.com, an (unofficial) online R journal written by bloggers who agreed to contribute their R articles to the site. In this post I wish to celebrate R-bloggers’ first birthday by sharing with you: Links to the top 14 posts of 2010 Reflections about the origin of R-bloggers Statistics

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R Packages for Social Search

December 30, 2010
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Jesse Bridgewater works on "social search awesomeness" for the Bing search engine, and is setting up his dev environment with the necessary tools including python, vim, and R. Jesse has shared a handy script he uses to install all the specialty packages he uses for his data analysis. This is a handy script to modify for your own purposes,...

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