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My two favorite IDE’s for R – tips & tricks

May 20, 2012
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My two favorite IDE’s for R – tips & tricks

The two IDE that I use for R are RStudio and Eclipse with StatET. They complement each other nicely, RStudio works out of the box while I previously shown how to get Eclipse & StatET going, you can find it here, which is slightly challanging. RStudio I use RStudio for all my statistics where I don't want to create...

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Example Reproducible Report using R Markdown: Analysis of California Schools Test Data

May 18, 2012
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Example Reproducible Report using R Markdown:  Analysis of California Schools Test Data

This is a quick set of analyses of the California Test Score dataset. The post was produced using R Markdown in RStudio 0.96. The main purpose of this post is to provide a case study of using R Markdown to prepare a quick reproducible report. It provides examples of using plots, output, in-line R code, and...

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Use R! – Part 2

May 9, 2012
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Use R! – Part 2

Here is a follow-up of my first post about using R. For our yearly KU Leuven Geology PhD Seminar (08-09/05/2012), I quickly pasted this script together from several examples I had run into in the past, as well as some things that I have been doing myse...

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The Epic Search for the Perfect R Text Editor

May 8, 2012
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  I can never seem to get exactly what I want from an R text editor. Let me correct that, I can never seem to get exactly what I want from an R text editor on a MAC. I used to use Tinn-R  which met most  my needs: Free,lightweight with ...

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The Epic Search for the Perfect R Text Editor

May 8, 2012
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  I can never seem to get exactly what I want from an R text editor. Let me correct that, I can never seem to get exactly what I want from an R text editor on a MAC. I used to use Tinn-R  which met most  my needs: Free,lightweight with ...

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Bivariate linear mixed models using ASReml-R with multiple cores

May 7, 2012
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Bivariate linear mixed models using ASReml-R with multiple cores

A while ago I wanted to run a quantitative genetic analysis where the performance of genotypes in each site was considered as a different trait. If you think about it, with 70 sites and thousands of genotypes one is trying … Continue reading →

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How to Make HTML5 Slides with knitr

May 1, 2012
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How to Make HTML5 Slides with knitr

One week ago I made an early announcement about the markdown support in the knitr package and RStudio, and now the version 0.5 of knitr is on CRAN, so I'm back to show you how I made the HTML5 slides. For those who are not familiar with markdown, you m...

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Animations in R

April 24, 2012
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Animations in R

Animated charts can be very helpful in illustrating concepts or discovering relationships, which makes them very helpful in teaching and exploratory research. Fortunately, creating animated graphs in R is fairly straightforward, once you have the right tools and understand a few basic principles about how the animations are created. In this article I’ll provide an The post Animations...

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Fancy HTML5 Slides with knitr and pandoc

April 22, 2012
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Fancy HTML5 Slides with knitr and pandoc

Karthik Ram gave an Introduction to R a couple of weeks ago, and I strongly recommend you to take a look at his cool HTML5 slides. I started trying HTML5 slides last year, and now it is difficult for me to go back to beamer, which I have used for a few...

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Quickly Explore the Penn World Tables in R

April 17, 2012
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Quickly Explore the Penn World Tables in R

The Penn World Tables are one of the greatest source of worldwide macroeconomic data, but dealing with its web interface is somewhat cumbersome. Fortunately, the data is also available as a R package on CRAN. Having some tools at hand … Continue reading →

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