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Frank Harrell to teach Regression Modeling Strategies short course

February 9, 2010
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If you're using regression models but want really hone your regression-fu this short course on Regression Modeling Strategies by Frank Harrell looks really interesting. Frank is the author of the book Regression Modeling Strategies which is my go-to reference whenever I'm doing regression of any kind in R, so it's definitely worth a trip to Nashville to if you...

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Python in Sweave document

February 9, 2010
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Lately I have been using a lot of Python for signal processing and I quite like SciPy. However, I have been missing something like Sweave, which is great literate programming environment for R. Today I managed to look a bit more into it and found this hack on how to use Python code in Sweave

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Python in Sweave document

February 8, 2010
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Table of contents Modifications to the custom driver: Example usage Lately I have been using a lot of Python for signal processing and I quite like SciPy. However, I have been missing something like Sweave, which is great literate programming environment for R. Today I managed to look a bit more into it and found this hack on how...

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Python in Sweave document

February 8, 2010
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Table of contents Modifications to the custom driver: Example usage Lately I have been using a lot of Python for signal processing and I quite like SciPy. However, I have been missing something like Sweave, which is great literate programming environment for R. Today I managed to look a bit more into it and found this hack on how...

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Updated R code for Bayesian Core

February 8, 2010
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Updated R code for Bayesian Core

Simply to mention a minor change made in the prog4.R code for Bayesian Core. Nothing life-threatening, mind you!, just a term replacing a term… Filed under: Books, R, Statistics Tagged: Bayesian Core, R, R code, typo

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Predicting the Locations of ‘Emergency’ Ushahidi Reports in Port-au-Prince, and Implications for Crowdsourcing

February 2, 2010
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Predicting the Locations of ‘Emergency’ Ushahidi Reports in Port-au-Prince, and Implications for Crowdsourcing

Recently, Patrick Meier, PhD candidate at Tufts University and member of the Ushahidi Advisory Board, provided me with a dataset containing the first 72 hours of reports registered with Ushahidi in Port-au-Prince after the January 12th earthquake. First, a huge thank you to Patrick for providing me with this data and the opportunity to analyze

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Congruential generators all are RANDUs!

January 30, 2010
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Congruential generators all are RANDUs!

In case you did not read all the slides of Regis Lebrun’s talk on pseudo-random generators I posted yesterday, one result from Marsaglia’s (in a 1968 PNAS paper) exhibited my ignorance during Regis’ Big’ MC seminar on Thursday. Marsaglia indeed showed that all multiplicative congruential generators lie on a series of hyperplanes whose number gets ridiculously

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Advanced Graphics in R

January 27, 2010
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Advanced Graphics in R

Each quarter the UCLA Statistical Consulting Center hosts minicourses twice per week in R and LaTeX. Tonight was my turn to present. I presented Advanced Graphics in R. This was the same presentation I gave at the LA R Users’ Group in August will a fellow consultant. She and I had trouble coming together to make one presentation, so we...

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What Countries are ‘Pulling their Weight’ for Haiti?

January 26, 2010
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What Countries are ‘Pulling their Weight’ for Haiti?

Using the data provided ReliefWeb on the Appeals and Funding to Haiti (h/t DataBlog) and the most recent GNP estimates, I decided to do a little “back of the envelope” analysis. With GNP as a proxy for a country’s wealth, the hypothesis is that pledges should roughly be a linear function of wealth, i.e., the

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Solution manual for Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R

January 19, 2010
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Solution manual for Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R

After the complete solution manual for Bayesian Core, the solution manual for the odd numbered exercises of “Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R” is now arXived. The fuller 133 page version for instructors is available from Springer Verlag by demand only, in order to keep the appeal of the book as a textbook (even

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