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How to use your favorite fonts in R charts

September 20, 2012
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How to use your favorite fonts in R charts

Today's guest post comes from Winston Chang, a software developer at RStudio — ed. When it comes to making figures in R, you can use any font you like, as long as it's Helvetica, Times, or Courier. Using other fonts that are installed on your computer can seem an impossible task, especially if you want to save the output...

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Technical Analysis of Montana Voter Registration Files

September 18, 2012
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Technical Analysis of Montana Voter Registration Files

By Earl F Glynn | Franklin Center This article shows how to analyze Montana voter registration files using R. The Montana Secretary of State sells two files of voter registration records for a fee of $1000: Statewide Voter File Voter History File The Montana Secretary of State provides information about the two files on this

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Simple Parallel randomForest with doMC package

I have been exploring how to speed up some of my R scripts and have started reading about some amazing corners of R. My first weapon was the Rcpp and RcppArmadillo package. These are wonderful tools and even for someone that has never written c++ before, there are enough to examples and documentation to get started. I...

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Second Milano R net meeting

September 11, 2012
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Second Milano R net meeting

September 27, 2012 - 18:00 - 21:00 Fiori Oscuri Bistrot & Bar (www.fiorioscuri.it) Via Fiori Oscuri, 3 - Milano (Zona Brera) Continue reading →

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Violence along Mexico’s Southern Border and Central America

September 7, 2012
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Violence along Mexico’s Southern Border and Central America

Rates for Panama and Nicaragua are from 2009, all other countries 2010. Municipalities which are part of a metro area in Mexico are shown with the metro area homicide rate.Visit the interactive map of homicides Having just posted on violence along Mexico's northern border, I figured it's time to...

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More on fixed and random effects: Plotting and interpreting

September 7, 2012
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More on fixed and random effects: Plotting and interpreting

In a recent post I showed how plotting model fits can help to interpret higher-order polynomial terms. The key comparison there was between a model that did and did not have the higher order fixed effect terms. If you're going to use this strategy, you need to...

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BaselR meetup

September 6, 2012
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Mango Solutions host BaselR, a free, open and informal R user group for those using or interested in using R. There will be a few short R related presentations and an opportunity to meet and chat with other R users over a drink. Date: Thursday 13th September at 6.30pm. Venue : transBarent, Viaduktstrasse 3, Basel (by the train station)...

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Thalesians, and other events

September 5, 2012
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Thalesians, and other events

Featured Thalesians, London 2012 September 12. Chia Tan on “Practical Financial Modeling”. Abstract: Financial modelling is not a competition in the mastery of complexity. Rather, the aim is to come up with the simplest models adequate to capture salient market features of traded products. There exists a wide gulf between material covered by traditional books … Continue reading...

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Plotting model fits

August 29, 2012
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Plotting model fits

We all know that it is important to plot your data and explore the data visually to make sure you understand it. The same is true for your model fits. First, you want to make sure that the model is fitting...

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Data analysis using R – course in Essex

August 24, 2012
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Data analysis using R – course in Essex

This course is running 1-5 October at the University of Essex. There doesn’t seem to be a website but you register by writing to [email protected] Here’s what they say in their e-mail: Lecturers: Dr Werner Adler (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg; Co-author … Continue reading →

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