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highlight 0.2-0

May 31, 2010
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I've released version 0.2-0 of highlight to CRAN This version brings some more additions to the sweave driver that uses highlight to produce nice looking vignettes with color coded R chunks The driver gains new arguments boxes, bg and border to c...

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Betting on Pi

May 31, 2010
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Betting on Pi

I was reading over at math-blog.com about a concept called numeri ritardatari. This sounds a lot like “retarded numbers” in Italian, but apparently “retarded” here is used in the sense of “late” or “behind” and not in the short bus sense. I barely scanned the page, but I think I got the gist of it:

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highlight 0.1-9

May 29, 2010
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The version 0.1-8 of highlight introduced a small bug in the latex renderer. This is now fixed in version 0.1-9 and the latex renderer also gains an argument "minipage" which wraps the latex code in a minipage environment. I've used this to make...

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Must Have Software

May 28, 2010
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Having worked with Unix (BSD, HPUX, IRIX, Linux and OSX), Windows (NT4, 2000, XP, Vista and 7) for quite a while I have seen a lot of different software tools. I would like to quickly exhibit my “must have” list. These are the packages that I find to be the single “must have offerings” in Related posts:

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A repulsive random walk

May 28, 2010
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A repulsive random walk

Matt Asher posted an R experiment on R-bloggers yesterday simulating the random walk which has the property of avoiding zero by quickly switching to a large value as soon as is small. He was then wondering about the “convergence” of the random walk given that it moves very little once is large enough. The values

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Zone of instability

May 26, 2010
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Zone of instability

I woke up from my afternoon nap feeling a bit off-kilter, so I decided to go for another random walk. In particular, I wanted a journey that avoided the center, but didn’t just run for an exit either. After playing around for a while I came up with this: # Take a wacky walk, return

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How many tanks? MC testing the GTP

May 25, 2010
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How many tanks? MC testing the GTP

It’s 1943 and you work for the good guys. A handful of German tanks have been captured, and each one has a serial number. This is back when serial numbers were still presumed to come in serial, one right after the other. Given your collection of numbered tanks, and assuming that any existing tank was

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extrapolation and interpolation The most important lesson I…

May 25, 2010
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extrapolation and interpolation
The most important lesson I…

extrapolation and interpolation The most important lesson I learned from this book:  regression is reliable for interpolation, but not for extrapolation.  Even further, your observations really need to cover the whole gamut of causal variables, inter...

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Introduction to using R with org-babel, Part 1

May 23, 2010
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This post originally appeared on my Wordpress blog on May 23, 2010. I present it here in its original form. In my opinion, the description of orgmode by its creator as a tool "for keeping notes, maintaining ToDo lists, doing project planning,...

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Introduction to using R with org-babel, Part 1

May 23, 2010
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This post originally appeared on my Wordpress blog on May 23, 2010. I present it here in its original form. In my opinion, the description of orgmode by its creator as a tool "for keeping notes, maintaining ToDo lists, doing project planning,...

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