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Look ma! No typing! Autorunning code on R startup

July 20, 2012
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Look ma! No typing! Autorunning code on R startup

Regular readers may know that I often make R-based GUIs. They’re great for giving non-technical users safe and easy access to statistical models. The safety comes from the restrictions of a GUI: you can limit what the users does more easily than with a command line, helping to reduce the number of opportunities for bad

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Video: knitr, R Markdown, and R Studio: Introduction to Reproducible Analysis

July 19, 2012
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This post presents the video of a talk that I presented in July 2012 at Melbourne R Users on using knitr, R Markdown, and R Studio to perform reproducible analysis. I also provide links to a github repository where the R markdown examples can be examin...

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Using R for classification in small-N studies

July 14, 2012
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Rick Davies just wrote an interesting post which combined thoughts on QCA (and multi-valued QCA or mvQCA) and classification trees with thoughts on INUS causation and classification trees. The question was something like: how can we look at...

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Using R for classification in small-N studies

July 14, 2012
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Using R for classification in small-N studies

Rick Davies just wrote an interesting post which combined thoughts on QCA (and multi-valued QCA or mvQCA) and classification trees with thoughts on INUS causation and classification trees. The question was something like: how can we look at a small-to-medium set of cases (like a dozen or a hundred countries or development programs) and tease

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Analysing time course microarray data using Bioconductor: a case study using yeast2 Affymetrix arrays

July 13, 2012
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Analysing time course microarray data using Bioconductor: a case study using yeast2 Affymetrix arrays

A few years ago I was involved in analysing some time-course microarray data. Our biological collaborators were interested in how we analysed their data, so this lead to a creation of tutorial, which in turn lead to a paper. When we submitted the paper, one the referees “suggested” that we write the paper using Sweave;

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introduction to R: learning by doing (part 1)

July 9, 2012
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introduction to R: learning by doing (part 1)

Geography is often about statistics as it is the basis for fast exchange of information: providing a mean and standard deviation to the audience is often much easier then showing raw data: Learning a script language for this purpose can be a hard-ass work. But I think it is more often a need of practice.

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MatLab, SAS, STATA, SPSS, Excel users: Try R, damn it!

July 2, 2012
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MatLab, SAS, STATA, SPSS, Excel users: Try R, damn it!

Due to my work with a multitude of statistical packages in my career I may be able to evaluate a lot of them. I’ve first used Excel for my calculations as most of the normal users do. I like the idea behind a spreadsheet and the combination of data and click-to-do functions. Nevertheless I’ve often

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Rchievement of the day #3: Bloggin’ from R

July 1, 2012
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Rchievement of the day #3: Bloggin’ from R

I have become a complete knitr addict of late and have been using it in combination with RStudio’s R markdown support on a regular basis. In fact I wrote this post using it! It then dawned on me how great it would be if I … Continue reading →

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Wrap-up on Blogging with R Markdown and tumblr

June 29, 2012
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This is a wrap-up post to summarize a few of the issues I’ve found so far with blogging on tumblr with R Markdown.tumblr Puts a 1Mb Cap On Its HTML EditorFair warning.When I tried eating my own dogfood while writing the previous posts, I found that I had to manually upload all those pretty screenshots of the tumblr interface. For some...

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