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Mystery solved: The discrepancy in homicide data

July 27, 2010
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Mystery solved: The discrepancy in homicide data

I've been complaining about how homicide statistics from police sources were too low in 2009, with the entire state of Chihuahua having less homicides than its biggest city. I was thinking of finding out if I could use the IFAI (Freedom of Information Access) to obtain the original CIEISP forms which the state police forces are supposed to fill out each month...

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Revolution at useR! 2010

July 14, 2010
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Revolution Analytics is a proud sponsor of this year's annual R user conference, useR! 2010, and many members of the Revolution team will be there at Gaithersburg next week. We'll be hosting a booth at the conference where you can come up and meet the team, and see some of the new features being developed for Revolution R in...

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Go Guerrill… R on Your Data in August

July 5, 2010
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Go Guerrill… R on Your Data in August

Only one month to go! Register now for the Guerrilla Data Analysis Techniques (GDAT) class to be held during the week of August 9-13, 2010. The focus will be on using R and the PDQ-R for computer performance analysis and capacity planning.(Click on t...

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Go Guerrill… R on Your Data in August

July 5, 2010
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Go Guerrill… R on Your Data in August

Only one month to go! Register now for the Guerrilla Data Analysis Techniques (GDAT) class to be held during the week of August 9-13, 2010. The focus will be on using R and the PDQ-R for computer performance analysis and capacity planning.(Click on t...

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UseR! 2010 registration extended until July 4

July 1, 2010
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Registration for the worldwide R user conference, useR! 2010, closed on June 20. But it seems like a few folks weren't aware of the early deadline, and missed out on registering. Never fear! Due to overwhelming demand, registration has re-opened until midnight on July 4. You'll need to hurry -- there are only 30 spots left -- so get...

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Stack exchange for statistical analysis needs you!

June 17, 2010
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Stack exchange for statistical analysis needs you!

The proposal to create a StackExchange site for statistical analysis is steadily moving forward. We have now completed the scoping stage which involved finding enough people willing to express an interest in the idea, and voting on some example questions to define what is allowed and what is not allowed on the site. The on-topic

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Statistical Analysis and Visualization of the Drug War in Mexico

June 15, 2010
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Statistical Analysis and Visualization of the Drug War in Mexico

On December 11, 2006 Felipe Calderon, as the first significant act of his presidency, sent the army to his home state of Michoacan. He claimed that it was to regain control of territories lost to the drug cartels, and indeed, a new cartel had started operating in Michocan. But the fact that he won the election by the slim margin of...

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Statistical Analysis and Visualization of the Drug War in Mexico

June 15, 2010
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Statistical Analysis and Visualization of the Drug War in Mexico

On December 11, 2006 Felipe Calderon, as the first significant act of his presidency, sent the army to his home state of Michoacan. He claimed that it was to regain control of territories lost to the drug cartels, and indeed, a new cartel had started operating in Michocan. But the fact that he won the election by the slim margin of...

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In case you missed it: May Roundup

June 14, 2010
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from last month of particular interest to R users. We linked to 13 videos for learning R, from the basics ("What is R?") to more advanced topics. We noted the release of R 2.11.1. We announced that Revolution Analytics makes its software available free of charge to the academic community....

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Pegging your multicore CPU in Revolution R, Good and Bad

June 9, 2010
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Pegging your multicore CPU in Revolution R, Good and Bad

I take an almost unhealthy pleasure in pushing my computer to its limits. This has become easier with Revolution R and its free license for academic use. One of its best features is debugger that allows you to step through … Continue reading →

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