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Demographic analysis using the `popbio` library and some other fun stuff

April 4, 2013
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Demographic analysis using the `popbio` library and some other fun stuff

This week at the Davis R Users’ Group we had a great presentation by Kara Moore O’Leary on using the popbio package to examine rare plant demographics. The following is her script run through knitr. You can download the original script and associated data here. Find out more about Kara and her work at...

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Interactive visualization of survival curves with Shiny

April 3, 2013
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Interactive visualization of survival curves with Shiny

We have a growing interest in using our favorite tools (R and Mathematica) to build web interfaces to interactively explore and visualize data. Our last 5 posts have involved interactive tools, namely Mathematica’s computable document format and R’s new Shiny package. There is a new kid on the block for interactive visualization tools in R,

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R 3.0.0 is released! (what’s new, and how to upgrade)

April 3, 2013
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R 3.0.0 is released! (what’s new, and how to upgrade)

A few hours ago Peter Dalgaard (of R Core Team) announced the release of R 3.0.0!  Bellow you can read the changes in this release. One of the features worth noticing is the introduction of long vectors to R 3.0.0. As David Smith …Read more »

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Automated Re-Install of Packages for R 3.0

April 3, 2013
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With the big release of R 3.0 today comes an unfortunate side effect of needing to re-install all of your packages. Luckily, R provides a pretty easy method of getting all of your packages into a list for automated re-install.  Here’s how to do it for OSX users with a default install to the Library: Automated Re-Install of...

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Splitting a Large CSV File into Separate Smaller Files Based on Values Within a Specific Column

April 3, 2013
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Splitting a Large CSV File into Separate Smaller Files Based on Values Within a Specific Column

One of the problems with working with data files containing tens of thousands (or more) rows is that they can become unwieldy, if not impossible, to use with “everyday” desktop tools. When I was Revisiting MPs’ Expenses, the expenses data I downloaded from IPSA (the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority) came in one large CSV file

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Revisiting MPs’ Expenses

April 2, 2013
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Revisiting MPs’ Expenses

I couldn’t but notice the chatter about Iain Duncan Smith claiming he’d have no problem “living on 53 pounds a dayweek“, which made me wonder not only how many meal catered events he attends each week (and how many of his scheduled meeting also have complementary tea and biscuits (a bellweather of the extent of

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Introducing the healthvis R package – one line D3 graphics with R

April 2, 2013
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We have been a little slow on the posting for the last couple of months here at Simply Stats. That’s bad news for the blog, but good news for our research programs! Today I’m announcing the new healthvis R package … Continue reading →

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Top 10 tips to get started with R

April 2, 2013
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Be motivated. R has a steep learning curve. Find a problem you can't solve otherwise. E.g. plotting multivariate data, a statistical analysis for which an R function exists already. Download and install R. Get to know the R console. Learn how to instal...

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Updating R (on Windows) through a menu-bar: installr 0.9 released on CRAN

April 1, 2013
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Updating R (on Windows) through a menu-bar: installr 0.9 released on CRAN

In preparation for the upcoming release of R 3.0.0, a new release 0.9 of installr is now on CRAN. The package can be installed and loaded using: # installing/loading the package: if(!require(installr)) { install.packages("installr"); require(installr)} #load / install+load installr The …Read more »

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The R-Podcast Episode 12: Using Version Control with R

April 1, 2013
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This is not an April Fool’s joke … The R-Podcast is back once again! In this episode, I discuss the concept of version control and how you can get started with using the Git VCS right now with your R projects. Also I discuss a big batch of listener feedback, and highlight a couple of

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