Milano R net, in collaboration with Quantide, organizes an "Introduction to R" course Milano; June 7-8, 2012 Continue reading →

Milano R net, in collaboration with Quantide, organizes an "Introduction to R" course Milano; June 7-8, 2012 Continue reading →

Ph.D candidate in sociology Ethan Fosse just switched from Stata to doing 100% of his analysis with R. His reasons? If you want to do Bayesian analysis or graph modeled coefficients (or work with complex data structures more generally), then R is much easier than Stata due to the object-oriented programming environment. It's unbelievably liberating to be able to...

It's been over four years that I've been using both R and Stata, but as of last week I've become an R convert. For several years I had conducted statistical analyses in R (since many complex models can only be programmed in R), but I used Stata before ...

Two days ago, Conrad Sanderson released another bug-fix version 3.0.3 for the 3.0.0 branch of his excellent Armadillo C++ template library for linear algebra. The new RcppArmadillo release 0.3.0.3 which contains it appeared on CRAN yesterday. Beside ...

We are getting ready to host an R bootcamp this summer at work and I am looking at building on materials that already exist. I just wanted to list a few here while I figure out the best ways to incorporate them. Video Tutorials:This is a fairly ne...

In this episode: Listener feedback and importing data from external sources into R. We dive into the basics of importing delimited text files using read.table and its varients. We also discuss recommendations for importing MS Excel spreadsheet files, relational databases such as MySQL, data from HTML tables, and files produced by other statistical computing packages.

In this episode: Listener feedback and importing data from external sources into R. We dive into the basics of importing delimited text files using read.table and its varients. We also discuss recommendations for importing MS Excel spreadsheet files, r...

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