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the Art of R Programming [guest post]

January 30, 2012
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the Art of R Programming [guest post]

(This post is the preliminary version of a book review by Alessandra Iacobucci, to appear in CHANCE. Enjoy !) As Rob J. Hyndman enthusiastically declares in his blog, “this is a gem of a book”. I would go even further and argue that The Art of R programming is a

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SAS Macro Simplifies SAS and R integration

January 26, 2012
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SAS Macro Simplifies SAS and R integration

Many of us feel very enthusiastic about R. It's free, it features cutting edge applications, it has a large community of users contributing for mutual benefit, and on and on. There are also many things to like about SAS, including stability, backwards...

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GIBBS us a break

January 19, 2012
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So you want to run R in the cloud so you can set your Gibbs sampling off, forget about it, and not be paranoid about power cuts and reboots. Andrew Gelman hosted a good debate on the pros and cons of R in the cloud on his blog. The consensus seems to be RStudio and EC2. P.S. If...

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Infidelity and econometrics

January 17, 2012
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Infidelity and econometrics

On http://www.bakadesuyo.com, there was recently an interesting discussion about infidelity, the key question being "at what ages are men and women most likely to have affairs?" The discussion is based on some graphs, e.g. The source is a paper b...

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R Ec2

January 17, 2012
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Running R in the cloud So you want to run R in the cloud so you can set your Gibbs sampling off, forget about it, and not be paranoid about power cuts and reboots. Andrew Gelman hosted a good debate on the pros and cons of R in the cloud on his blog. ...

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Statistical Methods for the Chain Ladder Technique Revisited

January 15, 2012
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Statistical Methods for the Chain Ladder Technique Revisited

Statistical Methods for the Chain Ladder Technique Revisited: Source: Statistical Methods for the Chain Ladder Technique Demo Background Forecasting outstanding claims and setting up suitable reserves to meet these claims is an important part of the b...

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R-squared for multilevel models

January 15, 2012
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Fred Schiff writes: I’m writing to you to ask about the “R-squared” approximation procedure you suggest in your 2004 book with Dr. Hill. I’m a media sociologist at the University of Houston. I’ve been using HLM3 for about two years. Briefly about my data. It’s a content analysis of The post R-squared...

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Functional ANOVA using INLA

January 13, 2012
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Functional ANOVA using INLA

Ramsay and Silverman’s Functional Data Analysis is a tremendously useful book that deserves to be more widely known. It’s full of ideas of neat things one can do when part of a dataset can be viewed as a set of

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New version of analogue (0.8-0)

January 12, 2012
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New version of analogue (0.8-0)

Yesterday I pushed an update of my analogue package to CRAN. The new version is 0.8-0 and contains some new functions, several bug fixes and a major change arising from additions to R 2.14.x requiring all packages to have a … Continue reading →

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New version of analogue (0.8-0)

January 12, 2012
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Yesterday I pushed an update of my analogue package to CRAN. The new version is 0.8-0 and contains some new functions, several bug fixes and a major change arising from additions to R 2.14.x requiring all packages to have a namespace. analogue now has its own namespace rather than relying on...

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