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In case you missed it: June 2013 Roundup

July 3, 2013
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from June of particular interest to R users: You can create a Word document from a template and an R script with the R2DOCX package. Joe Rickert reviews books and other resources for learning about time series analysis in R. Timely Portfolio covers 15 years of history of time series...

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Which airline should you be loyal to?

July 2, 2013
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Which airline should you be loyal to?

LOYALTY PROGRAM CHOICE BASED ON DEPARTURE COUNT If you read Decision Science News, you’re probably a professor or grad student or researcher or policy type who flies around a lot to conferences, symposia, workshops, tutorials, summer schools, and all-hands meetings. You travel the globe to give talks and work with co-authors. All this flying around The post Which...

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There is definitely R in July

July 1, 2013
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There is definitely R in July

The useR!2013 conference in Albacete, Spain, will commence next Wednesday, 10 July, and on the day before Diego and I will give a googleVis tutorial. The following Monday, 15 July, the first R in Insurance event will take place at Cass Business School ...

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OpenAnalytics @ UseR 2013: What’s on the Program?

July 1, 2013
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Monday 1 July 2013 - 22:37 OpenAnalytics is once more proud sponsor of the yearly R User Conference and sent a strong delegation to present some of its recent work. On Tuesday July 9 Tobias Verbeke and Stephan Wahlbrink give a pre-conference...

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Power and sample size calculator for mitochondrial DNA association studies (Shiny)

July 1, 2013
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Power and sample size calculator for mitochondrial DNA association studies (Shiny)

The functions detailed inside the piece of code below (in a Gist) has been useful for me when I had to calculate many possible scenarios of statistical power and sample size. The formulae were taken from the article of Samuels … Sigue leyendo →

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Subscribing to updates from R-bloggers.com

June 30, 2013
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Tomorrow (July 1, 2013), Google Reader will retire. I can imagine the shock this will be for the 5,821 followers of this site who uses Google Reader in order to followup on news and tutorials from the global R world. If you are have considering a more committed relationship with this site and didn’t know what to do –...

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dimple d3 and rCharts

June 27, 2013
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dimple d3 and rCharts

I put together a quick tutorial combining my two favorite things: finance and interactive visualizations.  I show how to use the new dimplejs d3 library with rCharts to create some nice interactive plots of US Treasury yield data.  ...

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Learning Time Series with R

June 27, 2013
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by Joseph Rickert Late last Saturday afternoon I was reading in my usual spot at the Dana Street Coffee House in Mt. View. A stranger walking by my table noticed my copy of Madsen’s Time Series Analysis (sitting there untouched again) said he needed to learn something about time series and asked if I could recommend a book. He...

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Portfolio Optimization

June 27, 2013
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Portfolio Optimization

Changing tracks, I want to now look at portfolio optimization. Although this is very different from developing trading strategies, it is useful to know how to construct minimum-variance portfolios and the like, if only for curiosity’s sake. Also, just a … Continue reading →

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rClr: low level access to .NET from R

June 25, 2013
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rClr: low level access to .NET from R

rClr is a package to access arbitrary .NET code seamlessly. The "CLR" acronym part of the package name stands for Common Language Runtime. C# and R being languages I regularly use, I have felt the need for better interoperability between these for a fe...

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