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Organization and R

September 5, 2007
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Many R users seem to get themselves in a bit of a mess with R files and workspaces scattered across different directories. The R files themselves also get messy and hard to follow. So here is some advice on keeping organized with R: Try to keep code strictly indented based on the code structure

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Adaptive tau-leaping in SSA

July 26, 2007
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Adaptive tau-leaping in SSA

Just a brief update on my activities 11 days before the R package GillespieSSA is to be released. I have been hacking away on the code, debugging, and running test simulations like there is no tomorrow. The last SSA implementation … Continue reading →

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Documentation and tutorial roundup

June 4, 2007
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Documentation and tutorial roundup

I recently lost my documentation folder (oops), so I had to go online and retrieve the documentation files and tutorials that I find indispensible for working. I decided I’d save myself and everyone else the trouble by posting the list here. All of the files are available in PDF format. All R manuals Scilab documentation.

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Sweave Syntax Highlighting in vim

November 27, 2006
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Sweave Syntax Highlighting in vim

If you use Sweave and vim, you might have wondered if it’s possible to have it syntax highlight Rnw/Snw files properly : the latex bits with LaTeX syntax and the noweb R chunks with R syntax. It is! Take a look a the screenshot below: In order to have this working, you only need to

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R syntax highlighting for Smultron

June 14, 2006
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R syntax highlighting for Smultron

Smultron is an open-source text-editor for OS X. It’s a very lean editor, but it’s fast and it was written in Cocoa. Out of the box it has syntax highlighting for Stata and LaTeX, but not R. Basic instructions for adding a rudimentary R syntax coloring file are available here. However, I have adapted the

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Getting tables from R output

February 11, 2006
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Getting tables from R output

Turning plain-text output into well-formatted tables can be a repetitive task, especially when many tests or models are being incorporated into a paper. For R users, there are several methods that can make this task easier (though not much less repetitive), regardless of what typesetting system you use. LaTeX tables The xtable package produces LaTeX-formatted

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