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rCharts Parcoords x Simpsons x Blocks

June 6, 2014
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rCharts Parcoords x Simpsons x Blocks

Interactive Parallel Coordinates with Multiple ColoursFor my research project, I need a tool to visualise results from multi-objective optimisations. Below is one of my early attempts using base R and parcoord in the MASS package, I have no problem using them for publication. However, these charts are all static. For...

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A simple workflow for using R with Microsoft Office products

June 5, 2014
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A simple workflow for using R with Microsoft Office products

The challenge of integrating Microsoft products with R software has been an outstanding issue for several years. Reasons for these issues are complicated and related to fundamental differences in developing proprietary vs open-source products. To date, I don’t believe there has been a satisfactory solution but I present this blog as my attempt to work

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str Implementation for Data Frames

June 5, 2014
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The str function is perhaps the most useful function in R. It provides great information about the structure of some object. When I teach R, especially for those coming from SPSS, the str function for data frames provides the information they are use to seeing on the variable view tab. However, sometimes I want to display the information str...

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The 7th China R Conference in Beijing

June 4, 2014
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The 7th China R Conference in Beijing

The 7th China R Conference in Beijing was held on May 24th ~May 25th in Renmin University of China. SupStat is really happy and honored to sponsor and attend this meeting. This is the largest ever R conference in China with 1814 registrations online and even 50 more requests of attendance with the help of special... Read more »

Introducing RPushbullet

A new package of mine appeared on CRAN today: RPushbullet. A few days ago, I had tweeted about a first version available via its GitHub repo. The package is now on CRAN which will make it easier to install for many. You still need an API key (free,...

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Colourful Ecology Part 1: Selecting colours for scientific figures from an image using community ecology methods

June 3, 2014
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Colourful Ecology Part 1: Selecting colours for scientific figures from an image  using community ecology methods

(This article was first published on rstats - MetaEvoPhyloEcoOmics, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) It used to be that I would make all my figures in black and white. It was just simpler that way, since most print journals charged extra money to print colour figures, and I did not have any money to spare. But with the move...

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useR! 2014 conference update

June 2, 2014
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The useR! 2014 conference promises to be the biggest yet, with more than 500 registrations already. But there's room for plenty more R users! Check out the update from the organizing committer below, and if you haven't already done so, register for the conference at the useR! 2014 website. We are exactly one month away from the useR! 2014...

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6 new R jobs (for June 2nd 2014)

June 2, 2014
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This is the bimonthly R Jobs post (for 2014-06-02), based on the R-bloggers’ sister website: R-users.com. If you are an employer who is looking to hire people from the R community, please visit this link to post a new R job (it’s free, and registration takes less than 10 seconds). If you are a job seekers, please follow the links below to learn more and apply for your job of interest (or visit previous...

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Phylogenies in R and Python

June 2, 2014
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Phylogenies in R and Python

One of the reasons I switched to Python from R is because Python’s phylogenetic capabilities are very well developed, but R is catching up. I’m moving into phylogenetic community ecology, which requires a lot of tree manipulation and calculation of … Continue reading →

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Reanalyzing the Schnall/Johnson “cleanliness” data sets: New insights from Bayesian and robust approaches

June 2, 2014
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Reanalyzing the Schnall/Johnson “cleanliness” data sets: New insights from Bayesian and robust approaches

I want to present a re-analysis of the raw data from two studies that investigated whether physical cleanliness reduces the severity of moral judgments – from the original study (n = 40; Schnall, Benton, & Harvey, 2008), and from a direct replication (n = 208, Johnson, Cheung, & Donnellan, 2014). Both data sets are provided

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