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Reproducible Econometric Research

August 25, 2011
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I doubt if anyone would deny the importance of being able to reproduce one's econometric results. More importantly, other researchers should be able to reproduce our results to verify (a) that we've done what we said we did; (b) to investigate the sensitivity of our results to the various choices we made (e.g., functional form of our model, choice...

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useR! Conference 2011 highlights

August 20, 2011
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useR! Conference 2011 highlights

I was at the useR! Conference at The University of Warwick in Coventry, UK, last week. My goal in going was to learn the latest things regarding (simple) dynamic graphics, (simple) web-based apps, parallel computing, and memory management (dealing with big data sets). I got just what I was hoping for and more. There are

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HPC news from the useR2011 conference

August 18, 2011
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It was an exciting useR2011 conference at the University of Warwick, Coventry, UK. Thanks a lot to the local organizing and program committee for having this great conference. I enjoyed the variety of talks, the poster session and the conference dinner and everything within walking distance. In view of HPC for R I learned: The

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Kaleidoscope Ic (useR! 2011)

August 16, 2011
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Kaleidoscope Ic (useR! 2011)

These are my rough notes on the Kaleidoscope Ic session. David Smith – The R Ecosystem (useR! 2011) David Smith works for Revolution Analytics. Quick overview of the R project – useR, r-journal, and r-forge. Social media starting to play a part in R – Google+, twitter, stackoverflow, and the traditional R mailing list. The

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Friday Links: R, OpenHelix Bioinformatics Tips, 23andMe, Perl, Python, Next-Gen Sequencing

August 5, 2011
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Friday Links: R, OpenHelix Bioinformatics Tips, 23andMe, Perl, Python, Next-Gen Sequencing

I haven't posted much here recently, but here is a roundup of a few of the links I've shared on Twitter (@genetics_blog) over the last two weeks.Here is a nice tutorial on accessing high-throughput public data (from NCBI) using R and Bioconductor.Cloud...

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Data Driven Story Discovery: Working Up a Multi-Layered Chart

August 3, 2011
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Data Driven Story Discovery: Working Up a Multi-Layered Chart

How many different dimensions (or “columns” in a dataset where each row represents a different sample and each column a different measurement taken as part of that sample) can you plot on a chart? Two are obvious: X and Y values, which are ideal for representing continuous numerical variables. If you’re plotting points, as in

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Merging Two Different Datasets Containing a Common Column With R and R-Studio

August 2, 2011
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Merging Two Different Datasets Containing a Common Column With R and R-Studio

Another way for the database challenged (such as myself!) for merging two datasets that share at least one common column… This recipe using the cross-platform stats analysis package, R. I use R via the R-Studio client, which provides an IDE wrapper around the R environment. So for example, here’s how to merge a couple of

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Migrating from SPSS/Excel to R, Part 2: Working with Packages

July 17, 2011
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Migrating from SPSS/Excel to R, Part 2: Working with Packages

In this post, I cover an important aspect of using R that users of SPSS/Excel won’t be familiar with: working …Continue reading »

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CRdata vs. Cloudnumbers

July 14, 2011
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CRdata vs. Cloudnumbers

Cloudnumbers and CRdata are two new cloud computing services.I tested the two services with a very simple script. The script simply creates a dataframe of 10000 numbers via rnorm, and assigns them to a factor of one of two levels (a or b). I then take ...

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Migrating from SPSS/Excel to R

July 10, 2011
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Migrating from SPSS/Excel to R

In this post, I give an outline for those interested in migrating from using SPSS and Excel for data processing/analysis …Continue reading »

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