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Geocode and reverse geocode your data using, R, JSON and Google Maps’ Geocoding API

March 20, 2012
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Geocode and reverse geocode your data using, R, JSON and Google Maps' Geocoding APITo geocode and reverse geocode my data, I use Google's Geocoding service which returns the geocoded data in a JSON. I will recommend that you register with Google Maps A...

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R/Finance 2012 Registration Open

March 20, 2012
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You can find more information on the R/Finance conference website.  Hope to see you in Chicago in May!The registration for R/Finance 2012 -- which will take place May 11 and 12 in Chicago -- is NOW OPEN!Building on the success of the three previou...

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R / Finance 2012 Open for Registration

March 19, 2012
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The annoucement below just went to the R-SIG-Finance list. More information is as usual the the R / Finance page: Now open for registrations: R / Finance 2012: Applied Finance with R May 11 and 12, 2012 Chicago, IL, USA The registration for R/Fi...

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Download and Parse DJ/UBS Commodities Indexes

March 16, 2012
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Download and Parse DJ/UBS Commodities Indexes

Here is another data downloading and parsing script, this one for the Dow Jones/UBS Commodities Indexes. Compared to the last post, this parser deals with multiple sheets and multiple columns in each sheet. It also constructs monthly series from the daily data, and stores it using a different symbol. Finally, it’s a good example of

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SNA with R workshop at Sunbelt XXXII in Redondo Beach

March 13, 2012
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SNA with R workshop at Sunbelt XXXII in Redondo Beach

I am currently in Redondo Beach, CA at the Sunbelt XXXII social networks conference. The program is thick from numerous interesting talks so the event promises to be very interesting. Today in the morning I gave the workshop “Introduction to Social Network Analysis with R”. Over 50 people registered. I am grateful to all the

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Montreal R workshop: Plyr, reshape and other data manipulation goodies

March 8, 2012
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Montreal R workshop: Plyr, reshape and other data manipulation goodies

March 12, 2012 14h-16h N4/17 Stewart Biology Building, McGill University Étienne Low-Decarie, McGill University This workshop is organized by the BGSA and is free of charge (!), but space is limited. Register early to ensure your spot! From Étienne: Ever want to split your data according to factors, apply a function on each part and

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Dr Sanjiv Das presents "Using R for Analyzing Loans, Portfolios and Risk"

March 5, 2012
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In a free webinar tomorrow at 10AM Pacific, Professor of Finance Dr Sanjiv Das will present, "Using R for Analyzing Loans, Portfolios and Risk: From Academic Theory to Financial Practice". I saw a version of Dr Das's talk a couple of months ago at the Bay Area R User Group meeting, and it was outstanding. I particularly recall his...

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The German DIN33430 – Analysis of acceptance with R

March 2, 2012
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The German DIN33430 – Analysis of acceptance with R

The german DIN33430 defines quality standards that must be met in “job-related proficiency assessments”, the qualifications of the responsible parties involved, as well as the creation, execution and evaluation of such assessments. Licensed persons are published on a website (german). … Weiterlesen →

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Download and Parse NAREIT Data

March 1, 2012
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Download and Parse NAREIT Data

This is the first post of a series that describes how to download and parse specific data sets into R. These kinds of scripts can be functionalized further, but I doubt that these will ever find their way into a formal package. They are intended to be helpful to those facing similar tasks, but as

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Bad Science at Strata 2012

March 1, 2012
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Ben Goldacre, the physician and biostatistician behind the always-excellent Bad Science column in the Guardian, gave a barnburner of a talk at Strata 2012 yesterday, "The Information Architecture of Medicine is Broken". For anyone not aware of the problems caused by publication bias in clinical trials (for example, ineffective drugs with a wide variety of side-effects coming to market),...

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