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Getting Genetics Done 2012 In Review

December 31, 2012
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Here are links to all of this year's posts (excluding seminar/webinar announcements), with the most visited posts in bold italic. As always, you can follow me on Twitter for more frequent updates. Happy new year!New Year's Resolution: Learn How to Code...

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Tips for R Package Creation

December 30, 2012
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Tips for R Package Creation

I’m being tortured by the mistakes of my past self. I think I’ve made most every mistake possible in creating a package and I want to go back in time and tell year ago me all I know now. But … Continue reading →

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An R wish list for 2013

December 29, 2012
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An R wish list for 2013

First go and read An R wish list for 2012. None of the wishes came through in 2012. Fix the R website? No, it is the same this year. In fact, it is the same as in 2005. Easy to find help? Sorry, next year. Consistency and sane defaults? Coming soon to a theater near

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Why Do the New Orleans Saints Lose? Data Visualization II

December 26, 2012
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Why Do the New Orleans Saints Lose? Data Visualization II

I’m going to continue with my ‘making data visually appealing to the masses’ kick. I happen to like graphics and graphing data. I also happen to like American football (For the record, however, I’m a soccer player first, a rugby … Continue reading →

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24 Christmas Gifts from is.R

December 24, 2012
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24 Christmas Gifts from is.R

The is.R blog has been on a roll in December with their Advent CalendaR feature: daily tips about R to unwrap each day leading up to Christmas. If you haven't been following it, start with today's post and scroll down. Sadly there isn't a tag to collect all these great posts together, but here are a few highlights: December...

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Miles of iles

December 24, 2012
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Miles of iles

An explanation of quartiles, quintiles deciles, and boxplots. Previously “Again with variability of long-short decile tests” and its predecessor discusses using deciles but doesn’t say what they are. The *iles These are concepts that have to do with approximately equally sized groups created from sorted data. There are 4 groups with quartiles, 5 with quintiles … Continue reading...

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Latent Class Analysis with poLCA

December 24, 2012
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Latent Class Analysis with poLCA

On an airplane the other day, I learned of a method called latent class (transition) analysis, and it sounded like an interesting thing to try in R. Of course, as with everything R, There is a Package for That, called poLCA, written by none other than Drew Linzer (of Votamatic fame) and Jeffrey Lewis. I...

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My R year

December 23, 2012
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My R year

End-of-year posts are corny but, what the heck, I think I can let myself delve in to corniness once a year. The following code gives a snapshot of what and how was R for me in 2012. outside.packages.2012 <- list(used.the.most = c('asreml', 'ggplot2'), largest.use.decline = c('MASS', 'lattice'), same.use = c('MCMCglmm', 'lme4'), would.like.use.more = 'JAGS')  

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R for Dummies – De Vries and Meys (2012)

December 22, 2012
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R for Dummies – De Vries and Meys (2012)

The for Dummies series has been around since 1991. (A bit of trivia, DOS for Dummies was the first title.) I’ve owned a few books in the series and have been adequately impressed with most of them, but when I learned there was an R for Dummies I was immediately skeptical. Possibly I was skeptical The post R...

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Basics of Histograms

December 22, 2012
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Basics of Histograms

Histograms are used very often in public health to show the distributions of your independent and dependent variables.  Although the basic command for histograms (hist()) in R is simple, getting your histogram to look exactly like you want takes g...

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