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analyze the health and retirement study (hrs) with r

January 14, 2013
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the hrs is the one and only longitudinal survey of american seniors.  with a panel starting its third decade, the current pool of respondents includes older folks who have been interviewed every two years as far back as 1992.  unlike cross-se...

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(not provided): Using R and the Google Analytics API

January 11, 2013
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(not provided): Using R and the Google Analytics API

For power users of Google Analytics, there is a heavy dose of spreadsheet work that accompanies any decent analysis.  But even with Excel in tow, it’s often difficult to get the data just right without resorting to formula hacks and manual table formatting.  This is where the Google Analytics API and R can come very (not provided): Using...

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New R User Group – Manchester R

January 11, 2013
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Mango Solutions announce the inaugural meeting of a new R user group in Manchester, UK.   Date:                      7th Feb 2013 Venue:                 Odder Bar, Manchester (14 Oxford Road, M1 5QA) http://oddbar.co.uk/odder Timings: ·         6:00 – 6:30 Getting started in R by Chris Campbell. A free pre-meeting workshop to give an introduction to R for complete beginners. ·         7:00 – 7:10 Welcome by...

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Webinar Jan 24: Using R with Hadoop

January 10, 2013
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In two weeks (on January 24), Think Big Analytics' Jeffrey Breen will present a new webinar on using R with Hadoop. Here's the webinar description: R and Hadoop are changing the way organizations manage and utilize big data. Think Big Analytics and Revolution Analytics are helping clients plan, build, test and implement innovative solutions based on the two technologies...

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Factor Analysis of Baseball’s Hall of Fame Voters

January 9, 2013
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Factor Analysis of Baseball’s Hall of Fame Voters

Factor Analysis of Baseball's Hall of Fame VotersRecently, Nate Silver wrote a post which analyzed how voters who voted for and against Barry Bonds for Baseball's Hall of Fame differed. Not surprisingly, those who voted for Bonds were more likely to vote for other suspected steroids users (like Roger Clemens). This got...

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Speeding up R computations Pt III: parallelization

January 8, 2013
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In two previous posts, I have written about how you can speed up your R computations either by using strange notation and non-standard functions or by compiling your code. Last year my department bought a 64-core computational server, which allowed me ...

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A simple web application using Rook

December 21, 2012
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A simple web application using Rook

by Ben Ogorek I'm grateful to Rook for helping me, a simple statistician, learn a few fundamentals of web technology. For R web application development, there are increasingly polished methods available (most notably Shiny ), but you can build one...

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How a Mexican state ended up with more drug war homicides than total homicides

December 5, 2012
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How a Mexican state ended up with more drug war homicides than total homicides

During 2007 and 2008 the Mexican state of Sinaloa had more drug war-related homicides than total homicides. This should in theory be impossible since drug war homicides are a subset of total homicides. How did this happen? Here is a chart from my old post highlighting the monthly difference between the...

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Google analytics data extraction in R

December 3, 2012
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Google analytics data extraction in R

Unlike other posts on this blog this particular post is more focused on coding using R so audience with the developer mindset would like it more than pure business analysts. My goal is to describe an alternate method to use to extract the data from Google Analytics via API into R. I have been using

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Upcoming Webinar: Real-time, big-data analytics

November 21, 2012
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A quick heads-up that I'll be presenting another brand-new webinar on Thursday next week (November 29). In Real-time Big Data Analytics: From Deployment to Production, I'll review the process of making predictive models work in real-live operational environments. I'll also tackle those ubiquitous buzz-words "real-time" and "big data", and the fact that they can mean very different things in...

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