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Looking at Measles Data in Project Tycho

March 30, 2014
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Looking at Measles Data in Project Tycho

Project Tycho includes data from all weekly notifiable disease reports for the United States dating back to 1888. These data are freely available to anybody interested. I wanted to play around with the data a bit, so I registered.MeaslesMeasles a...

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Introduction to PortfolioAnalytics

March 29, 2014
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Introduction to PortfolioAnalytics

PortfolioAnalytics Basics This is a guest post by Ross Bennett. Ross is currently enrolled in the University of Washington Master of Science in Computational Finance & Risk Management program with an expected graduation date of December 2014. He worked on the PortfolioAnalytics...

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R Training for SAS users in Singapore and online

March 28, 2014
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Revolution Analytics has just introduced a 10-module series of R courses in Singapore. If you'd like to learn how to do data analysis in R, already know data analysis in another language like SAS and want to transition to R, or just want to enhance your R skills in a specific area, one of these hands-on courses may be...

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Upcoming Rcpp talks and workshops

March 27, 2014
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A number of talks about Rcpp are scheduled over the next couple of months: Our sixth internation conference R/Finance, will take place May 16 and 17, 2014, at UIC in Chicago. See the current draft agenda for details of the program---whic...

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Why use R? Five reasons.

March 27, 2014
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Why use R? Five reasons.

In this post I will go through 5 reasons: zero cost, crazy popularity, awesome power, dazzling flexibility, and mind-blowing support. I believe R is the best statistical programming language to learn. As a blogger who has contributed over 150 posts in Stata and over 100 in R I have extensive experience with both a proprietary statistical programming language...

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Assign n Email Addresses to x Cells, Intrinsically (Part II)

March 27, 2014
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Part I showed the concept and general technique of a method of assigning n email addresses to x cells pseudo-randomly, without the need for maintaining a log of each assignment.The earlier post considered the basic case of each cell being assigned approximately the same quantity of email addresses. In practice, cell sizes often vary. Below is a technique that...

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Analysis of experiments using ASReml-R, Chicago, 24/25th April

March 27, 2014
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This workshop is aimed at scientist/practitioners that are interested in analyzing complex datasets by fitting linear mixed models, particularly users with experience in breeding programs and design and analysis of experiments. After the workshop the participants should be able to understand the use of ASReml and to analyze most biological experiment and particularly, study breeding trials for single or...

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Visualising Pandas DataFrames With IPythonBlocks – Proof of Concept

March 26, 2014
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Visualising Pandas DataFrames With IPythonBlocks – Proof of Concept

A few weeks ago I came across IPythonBlocks, a Python library developed to support the teaching of Python programming. The library provides an HTML grid that can be manipulated using simple programming constructs, presenting the outcome of the operations in a visually meaningful way. As part of a new third level OU course we’re putting

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CpG Island shelves

March 26, 2014
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Nowadays, regions with relatively lower CpG density are gaining importance in DNA methylation studies. This is based on the fact that a majority of CpG rich regions (CpG islands) are non-dynamic and less variant in terms of methylation status probed ac...

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A Thumbnail History of Ensemble Methods

March 25, 2014
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A Thumbnail History of Ensemble Methods

By Mike Bowles Ensemble methods are the backbone of machine learning techniques. However, it can be a daunting subject for someone approaching it for the first time, so we asked Mike Bowles, machine learning expert and serial entrepreneur to provide some context. Ensemble Methods are among the most powerful and easiest to use of predictive analytics algorithms and R...

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