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Rcpp 0.7.0

December 19, 2009
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A new release of Rcpp awaits inclusion on CRAN and has also been sent as a .deb to Debian. It will hit mirrors over the next few days, in the meantime you can get it here as well. This release has a couple new features : inline support: the cfunction...

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Rcpp 0.7.0

December 19, 2009
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A new release of Rcpp awaits inclusion on CRAN and has also been sent as a .deb to Debian. It will hit mirrors over the next few days, in the meantime you can get it here as well. This release has a couple new features : inline support: the cf...

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The unmarried parenthood rate in Mexico

December 18, 2009
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The unmarried parenthood rate in Mexico

Using data from the INEGI I calculated the percentage of births who were born outside of marriage in Mexico and compared it to the Hispanic rate in the US. They are basically the same. There’s been a gigantic increase that’s slouching towards 50% a...

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CRU graph yet again (with R)

December 13, 2009
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CRU graph yet again (with R)

IowaHawk has a excellent article attempting to reproduce the infamous CRU climate graph using OpenOffice: Fables of the Reconstruction. We thought we would show how to produced similarly bad results using R. If the re-constructed technique is close to what was originally done then so many bad moves were taken that you can’t learn much Related posts:

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My Five Rules for Data Visualization

December 3, 2009
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My Five Rules for Data Visualization

Tonight the NYC R Meetup will be discussing data visualization in R using ggplot2. As part of tonight’s meeting I will be providing a very brief show and tell, which includes mostly code examples and external resources. This exercise has had me thinking quite a bit about data visualization. In addition, a

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LaTeX and Sweave

December 1, 2009
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LaTeX is a typesetting language that is known for its beautiful mathematical formulas. It is similar to HTML in that you write your document in plain text and process (or compile) it to create a postscript or PDF file. You will need to download a LaTeX processor for your platform. On Windows, TeXnicCenter (http://www.texniccenter.org/) is

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ggplot2: Two Color XY-Area Combo Chart

October 21, 2009
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ggplot2: Two Color XY-Area Combo Chart

David@Work blog shows how to fill in the area between two crossing lines in an Excel chart. This post was also published as a guest-post on PTS blog. Let’s try to replicate this graph in ggplot2. First, load ggplot2 and generate the data frame to be used in the example (I am using a slightly

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Comments on the "R Clinic"

October 19, 2009
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Comments on the "R Clinic"

Theresa Scott runs an R Clinic at Vanderbilt. Researchers bring their questions along to weekly sessions and some answers are posted on this website.  It's great to see the combination of statistical consulting services and public posting of answe...

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Software for Surviving Graduate School Part 1

October 16, 2009
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Software for Surviving Graduate School Part 1

After introducing a colleague to the wonders of Dropbox today (more on that later) I realized that it might be useful to put out a list of software that is of use to graduate students. I often find that many of the software products I find indispensable are virtually unknown to many of my fellow graduate students. Certainly this...

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R Tutorial Series: Introduction to The R Project for Statistical Computing (Part 2)

October 15, 2009
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R Tutorial Series: Introduction to The R Project for Statistical Computing (Part 2)

Welcome to part two of the Introduction to The R Project for Statistical Computing tutorial. If you missed part one, it can be found here. In this segment, we will explore the following topics.Importing DataVariablesWorkspace FilesConsole FilesFinding ...

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