816 search results for "parallel"

Simple marimekko/mosaic plots

October 10, 2012
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Simple marimekko/mosaic plots

I don’t really care for the name “marimekko” or “mosaic,” but I do like this type of plot as a means of illustrating proportions in nested categorical data, or as an alternative to the parallel time series plots discussed...

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CrowdANALYTIX – Ideation Contest – Warranty Pricing

October 8, 2012
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I recently completed an ideation contest on CrowdANALYTIX where the participants had to build an approach towards warranty pricing and fraud detection.Ideation contests are quite different from the usual data mining contests where the objective is...

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Presidential Debates with qdap-beta

October 4, 2012
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Presidential Debates with qdap-beta

qdap brief intro For the past year I’ve been working on a package (qdap) to assist my field in quantitative discourse analysis; basically looking at patterns in language. It’s still a ways from being finished and lacks documentation (roxygen2 is … Continue reading →

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“Advanced R” Course – November 15-16, 2012

October 2, 2012
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This two days course shows wide variety of “Advanced R” topics ranging from S4 methods and classes to parallel computing in order to provide an exhaustive overview of R capabilities. Continue reading →

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R courses in Belgium

R courses in Belgium

Every year, the Leuven Statistics Research Center (Belgium) is offering short courses for professionals and researchers in statistics and statistical tools. The following link shows the overview of the courses: http://lstat.kuleuven.be/consulting/shortcourses/ENcourse%20overview.htm or get it here in pdf: http://lstat.kuleuven.be/consulting/shortcourses/BRO_LSTAT_2012-2013.pdf This year, BNOSAC is presenting the course on Advanced R Programming Topics, which will be held on Oktober 18-19. This course...

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Video: Analyzing Big Data using Oracle R Enterprise

September 23, 2012
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Learn how Oracle R Enterprise is used to generate new insight and new value to business, answering not only what happened, but why ...

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The PMML Revolution: Predictive analytics at the speed of business

September 19, 2012
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The PMML Revolution: Predictive analytics at the speed of business

This guest post is by Alex Guazzelli, VP of Analytics at Zementis Inc. -- ed. PMML, the Predictive Model Markup Language, is the de facto standard to represent predictive analytics and data mining models. With PMML, it is extremely easy to move a predictive solution from one system to another, since it avoids proprietary issues and incompatibilities. Companies around...

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SPSS and R day in York

September 19, 2012
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SPSS and R day in York

On 2 November there are some introductory health-focussed training sessions on SPSS and R software going on in York: Two sets of two half-day parallel workshops and two tutorial sessions are provisionally planned to be held at the Alcuin Research … Continue reading →

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Changes in optimization performance of gcc over time

September 16, 2012
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Changes in optimization performance of gcc over time

The SPEC benchmarks came out a year after the first release of gcc (in fact gcc was and still is one of the programs included in the benchmark). Compiling the SPEC programs using the gcc option -O2 (sometimes -O3) has always been the way to measure gcc performance, but after 25 years does this way

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How to check your package with R-devel

September 12, 2012
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In response to an update to ggplot2 (now verson 0.9.2) I had to make some minor changes to our package TripleR. The CRAN maintainers also asked to … Please also fix other issues that may be apparent in checks with a current R-devel. Now, how can this be done? Here’s my workflow on Mac OS

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