542 search results for "Knitr"

R and presentations: a basic example of knitr and beamer

February 12, 2012
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Manually combining R code and a presentation can be quite a pain. Luckily, using tools like odfWeave, Sweave and knitr, integrating documents and R code is quite painless. In this post I want to take a look at combining the… See more ›

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Knitr is Awesome!

January 19, 2012
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I love TikZ in LaTeX and I use it exclusively when writing figures for my papers. I also use the tikzDevice package to convert all figures I create in R to TikZ code, so the font used in the text and figures is the same (and having your R figures in Ti...

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knitr: nice alternative for Sweave

December 17, 2011
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I recently discovered knitr for dynamic report generation in R. It seems like a very powerful alternative to Sweave. Particularly, I am interested in png graphic device support (it supports more than 20 graphic devices) and R code formatting.Check it o...

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knitr: Elegant, flexible and fast dynamic report generation with R

December 1, 2011
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The world has changed. You can feel it on GitHub. You can smell it on Google+. The knitr package, as an alternative tool to Sweave, has features that you have been longing for, and features that you might have never imagined. Thumb through the PDF manu...

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knitr: Elegant, flexible and fast dynamic report generation with R

December 1, 2011
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The world has changed. You can feel it on GitHub. You can smell it on Google+. For those who have been struggling with Sweave, here comes the knitr package. It has features that you have been longing for, and features that you might have never imagined. Thumb through the PDF manual to see some of

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Correction For Spatial And Temporal Auto-Correlation In Panel Data: Using R To Estimate Spatial HAC Errors Per Conley

September 2, 2015
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Correction For Spatial And Temporal Auto-Correlation In Panel Data: Using R To Estimate Spatial HAC Errors Per Conley

Darin Christensen and Thiemo Fetzer tl;dr: Fast computation of standard errors that allows for serial and spatial auto-correlation. Economists and political scientists often employ panel data that track units (e.g., firms or villages) over time. When estimating regression models using such data, we often need to be concerned about two forms of auto-correlation: serial (within … Continue reading...

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GEOSTAT 2015: a write-up

August 30, 2015
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GEOSTAT 2015: a write-up

The week before last I attended the GEOSTAT summer school in Lancaster. GEOSTAT is an annual week-long meeting devoted to ‘geostatistics’ (or ‘spatial statistics’ - we’ll come on to the difference subsequently). Having seen the impressive range of materials from previous ‘GEOSTATs’, I was greatly looking forward to the event as a hub of learning, research and community-building, organised...

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Bio7 2.3 Released!

August 28, 2015
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Bio7 2.3 Released!

28.08.2015 As a result of the useR conference 2015 with fantastic workshops and presentations where I also presented my software I released a new version of Bio7 with many improvements and new features inspired by the R conference and important for the next ImageJ conference 2015 where I will give a Bio7 workshop. For this

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Is Bayesian A/B Testing Immune to Peeking? Not Exactly

August 20, 2015
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Is Bayesian A/B Testing Immune to Peeking? Not Exactly

Since I joined Stack Exchange as a Data Scientist in June, one of my first projects has been reconsidering the A/B testing system used to evaluate new features and changes to the site. Our current approach relies on computing a p-value to measure our confidence in a new feature. Unfortunately, this leads to a common pitfall in performing A/B...

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R packages for undergraduate stat ed

August 9, 2015
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The other day on the isostat mailing list Doug Andrews asked the following question: Which R packages do you consider the most helpful and essential for undergrad stat ed? I ask in great part because it would help my local … Continue reading →

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