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Ghcn V3 Metadata improvements

December 12, 2010
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Ghcn V3 Metadata improvements

The Global Historical Climate Network  (GHCN) is in it’s beta stage. On of the stated goals of the project is to improve the metadata that is provided for the station data.  Over the past few months several independent volunteers have been focusing on the issue of station metadata, each with their own focus. Ron Broberg

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Webinar: Revolution R is 100% R and More

December 7, 2010
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I'll be hosting a webinar tomorrow (Wednesday) aimed at R users who want to know more about how Revolution R Enterprise extends open source R for big data, Web services, multi-core processing, debugging and more. For R users at schools and universities, I'll also explain how you can download and use Revolution R Enterprise free of charge. The full...

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Webinar: Revolution R is 100% R and More

December 7, 2010
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I'll be hosting a webinar tomorrow (Wednesday) aimed at R users who want to know more about how Revolution R Enterprise extends open source R for big data, Web services, multi-core processing, debugging and more. For R users at schools and universities, I'll also explain how you can download and use Revolution R Enterprise free of charge. The full...

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Upcoming R courses from Statistics.com

October 26, 2010
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The online training provider Statistics.com has three great courses based on R coming up in the next few months: Nov. 5 - Dec. 3: "Graphics in R," with Paul Murrell Nov. 20 – Dec. 18: Support Vector Machines in R" with Dr. Lutz Hamel Dec. 17 - Jan. 22: "Geostatistics in R" with Prof. David Unwin The courses take...

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Accessing R from Python using RPy2

October 24, 2010
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This past Tuesday I had the opportunity to present a short talk (a bit long) related to text mining at the Los Angeles R Users’ Group. Since I do most of my text mining in Python, I took this opportunity to discuss RPy2, an interface to R from Python. My slides are below: Accessing R from Python...

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abc

October 21, 2010
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Michael Blum and Olivier François, along with Katalin Csillery, just released an R package entitled abc. (I am surprised the name was not already registered!) Its aim is obviously to implement ABC approximations for Bayesian inference: Description The ’abc’ package provides various functions for parameter estimation and model selection in an ABC framework. Three main

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Chicago Marathon 2010

October 11, 2010
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It's the Monday of the Columbus Day weekend here, so I must have been running a Chicago Marathon yesterday. Indeed -- the 34th annual Chicago Marathon took place yesterday but everything was about its 10/10/10 date. The symmetric set of numbers was i...

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The R-Files: Saptarshi Guha

October 11, 2010
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The R-Files: Saptarshi Guha

"The R-Files" is an occasional series from Revolution Analytics, where we profile prominent members of the R Community. Name: Saptarshi Guha Background: Ph.D. in Statistics, Purdue University Nationality: India Years Using R: 6 Known for: Developing RHIPE package for R + Hadoop integration At just 31 years old, Saptarshi Guha has emerged as a cutting-edge contributor to the R...

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R is Hot: Part 1

October 7, 2010
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This is Part 1 of a five-part article series, with new parts published each Thursday. You can download the complete article from the Revolution Analytics website. How Did a Statistical Programming Language Invented in New Zealand Become a Global Sensation? Much in the same way that social networking, reality TV and craft beer were considered marginal fads before gaining...

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R’s time is now

September 16, 2010
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Jeff Kelly of Tech Target has just published a feature article about R. While R has been around for almost 20 years now (R&R first started the project in 1993), "its time may have finally come", he says. One thing I really like about the article is how well it highlights R's flexibility and "top-notch" data visualizations. It includes...

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