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Which R documents to read, and which R packages to use

May 29, 2011
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Which R documents to read, and which R packages to use

There are lots of R documents and over 3000 R packages. Which documents to start with and which R packages to use are questions faced by many people. If you are new to R, an Introduction to R can be … Continue reading →

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BMS and the Fixed Effects Estimator – A Tutorial

This tutorial illustrates how to use Bayesian Model Averaging (BMA) with panel data using the R package BMS.Contents Introduction Fixed Effects Estimation by Demeaning the Data Fixed Effects Estimation with Dummy Variables Bibliography Downloads A ...

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Getting Started with Some Baseball Data

May 24, 2011
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With all of the discussions (hype?) regarding applied statistics, machine learning, and data science, I have been looking for a go-to source of data unrelated to my day-to-day work. I loved baseball as a kid. I love baseball now. I love baseball stats....

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My programming journey

May 20, 2011
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My programming journey

When clearing out some of my old programming books the other day I realised how far I’d come with programming over the years, and the number of different technologies that I have used over time. I thought I’d do a little summary post going from first programming experience to now – and it’s amazing what’s

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Great circles, raster, sp and lattice

Great circles, raster, sp and lattice

Recently I found a post at FlowingData with a detailed tutorial to map connections with great circles with R. The tutorial of FlowingData is excellent, but I feel more comfortable with the sp classes and methods, and with the lattice and latticeExtra packages. Besides, I want to use the free spatial data available from the

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10 reasons why you should learn R

May 20, 2011
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10. Can't crack that hard Sudoku problem?? Use R!9. Want to pick a skill that will give you an early adopter advantage?? Learn R! It is the leading open source statistical and data analysis programming language, and is heating up! 8. Need to ...

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10 reasons why you should learn R

May 20, 2011
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10. Can't crack that hard Sudoku problem?? Use R!9. Want to pick a skill that will give you an early adopter advantage?? Learn R! It is the leading open source statistical and data analysis programming language, and is heating up! 8. Need to ...

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Porting Stata-like Marginal Effects to LaTeX

May 19, 2011
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Porting Stata-like Marginal Effects to LaTeX

The TimeSeriesIreland Blog posted an excellent start on a function that automatically computes marginal effects for probit and logit models. As I have always wanted an easy-to-use function that computes and reports marginal effects in R, I was elated ...

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Porting Stata-like Marginal Effects to LaTeX

May 19, 2011
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Porting Stata-like Marginal Effects to LaTeX

The TimeSeriesIreland Blog posted an excellent start on a function that automatically computes marginal effects for probit and logit models. As I have always wanted an easy-to-use function that computes and reports marginal effects in R, I was elated ...

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Resources for Learning R

May 17, 2011
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The information below will be periodically updated at the folowing permanent link: http://www.backsidesmack.com/r-resources/ Searching for information on R sucks. Not only is the language name a letter of the alphabet (an ignominy it shares with C and some less well known languages), there is Pearson’s r and the coefficient of determination, R squared! if you…

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