# 742 search results for "LaTeX"

## New Le Monde puzzle

March 3, 2010
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$New Le Monde puzzle$

When I first read Le Monde puzzle this weekend, I though it was even less exciting than the previous one: find and , such that is a multiple of . The solution is obtained by brute-force checking through an R program: and then the a next solution is (with several values for N). However, while

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## Be Careful Searching Python Dictionaries!

February 27, 2010
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$Be Careful Searching Python Dictionaries!$

For my talk on High Performance Computing in R (which I had to reschedule due to a nasty stomach bug), I used Wikipedia linking data, an adjacency list of articles and the articles to which they link. This data was linked from DataWrangling and was originally created by Henry Haselgrove. The dataset is small on disk, but I needed...

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## Getting Started with Sweave: R, LaTeX, Eclipse, StatET, & TeXlipse

February 23, 2010
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Being able to press a single button that runs all your statistical analyses and integrates the output into your final report is a beautiful thing. If you have not already heard, this is what Sweave can do for you. However, getting your computer to run ...

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## Getting Started with Sweave: R, LaTeX, Eclipse, StatET, & TeXlipse

February 23, 2010
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Being able to press a single button that runs all your statistical analyses and integrates the output into your final report is a beautiful thing. If you have not already heard, this is what Sweave can do for you. However, getting your computer to run ...

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## lme4 stands 4 Linear mixed-effects…

February 19, 2010
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There is a certain hype about mixed (and random) effects among statistician and analysts. You can show some love to Douglas Bates and Martin Maechler for maintaing the lme4 package for our cupid, R I copy the entity of the information of the projects page. Doxygen documentation of the underlying C functions is here. The

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## Press Enter in LyX Sweave as You Wish

February 18, 2010
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or a long time I’ve been wondering why we are not able to use Enter in the LyX Scrap environment which was set up by Gregor Gorjanc for Sweave. Two weeks ago, I (finally!) could not help asking Gregor about this issue, as I’m using “LyX + Sweave” more and more in my daily work.

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## Using Google Reader

February 15, 2010
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Google Reader is a fantastic way to keep track of new papers that are appearing in many different journals, and also to follow some of the interesting research blogs (and blogs on other topics) that are out there. Google Reader checks websites for you and lets you know of any new material that appears. Instead of

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## R vs. Matlab – a small example

February 15, 2010
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$R vs. Matlab – a small example$

At the institute I’m working quite a lot of people prefer using Matlab and only a few of them know about R. Today one of my colleagues — who is also an eager user of Matlab — ran into the following problem: He had a vector in hand which consisted of elements. He wanted to

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## Exact Complexity of Mergesort, and an R Regression Oddity

February 13, 2010
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$Exact Complexity of Mergesort, and an R Regression Oddity$

It’s nice to be back after a pretty crazy two weeks or so.

Let me start off by stating that this blog post is simply me pondering and may not be correct. Feel free to comment on inaccuracies or improvements!

In preparation for an exam and my natural tendencies to be masochistic, I am forcing myself to find the exact...

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## Making publication-ready tables with xtable

February 12, 2010
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When you use R at the command-line, the textual output is limited by the medium: one monospaced font, with no typesetting of any kind. That's great when you're doing exploratory analysis, but what about when you want to include R output in a report or publication? In other words, what if you want to convert this Analysis of Variance...

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