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Scholarly metadata in R

March 16, 2013
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Scholarly metadata in R

Scholarly metadata - the meta-information surrounding articles - can be super useful. Although metadata does not contain the full content of articles, it contains a lot of useful information, including title, authors, abstract, URL to the article, etc. One of the largest sources of metadata is provided via the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting or OAI-PMH....

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Scholarly metadata in R

March 16, 2013
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Scholarly metadata in R

Scholarly metadata - the meta-information surrounding articles - can be super useful. Although metadata does not contain the full content of articles, it contains a lot of useful information, including title, authors, abstract, URL to the article, etc. One of the largest sources of metadata is provided via the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting or OAI-PMH....

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On ENAR, or Statistical Meetings in General

March 14, 2013
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Last year I accepted an invitation from Ben to go to ENAR 2013 -- my first ENAR. I used to go to JSM and useR!, and apparently I enjoy useR! most. The reason is not, or not only, because I'm more of a technical person. It is just hard to concentrate at large statistical conferences. I want...

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John Snow’s Cholera data in more formats

March 13, 2013
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John Snow’s Cholera data in more formats

In honour of the bicentenary of John Snow’s birth – and because I was asked to by someone via email – I have now released my digitisation of John Snow’s Cholera data in a few other formats: KML and as Google Fusion Tables. To save you reading my previous blog posts on the subject, I’ll

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Cool GSS training video! And cumulative file 1972-2012!

March 8, 2013
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Felipe Osorio made the above video to help people use the General Social Survey and R to answer research questions in social science. Go for it! Meanwhile, Tom Smith reports: The initial release of the General Social Survey (GSS), cumulative file for 1972-2012 is now on our website. Codebooks and copies of questionnaires will be The post Cool...

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ggplot ggoldy

March 7, 2013
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ggplot ggoldy

One of my graduate students worked some ggplot magic and created an almost Light Bright-esqe plot of our very own Goldy Gopher. She also, thoughtfully, published a tutorial on her blog. Read and enjoy!

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Let’s Do Some Hierarchical Bayes Choice Modeling in R!

March 6, 2013
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Let’s Do Some Hierarchical Bayes Choice Modeling in R!

It can be difficult to work your way through hierarchical Bayes choice modeling.  There is just too much new to learn.  If nothing else, one gets lost in all ways that choice data can be collected and analyzed.  Then there is all this ou...

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Easily plotting grouped bars with ggplot #rstats

March 5, 2013
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Easily plotting grouped bars with ggplot #rstats

Summary This tutorial shows how to create diagrams with grouped bar charts or dot plots with ggplot. The groups can also be displayed as facet grids. Importing the data from SPSS All following examples are based on an imported SPSS … Weiterlesen →

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Load Balanced Parallelization with snowfall

March 5, 2013
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Load Balanced Parallelization with snowfall

For some reason, I didn't notice a few months ago the best way to perform a parallelized version of Lapply with package snowfall. We implemented the parallel version of function lapply with the function sfLapply, in the development of our pipeline p...

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Shiny with PerformanceAnalytics Example

March 4, 2013
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Shiny with PerformanceAnalytics Example

The folks at Rstudio have done some amazing work with the shiny package. From the shiny homepage, “Shiny makes it super simple for R users like you to turn analyses into interactive web applications that anyone can use.” Developing web applications has always appealed to me, but hosting, learning javascript, html, etc. made me put … Continue reading...

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