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In case you missed it: February 2014 roundup

March 12, 2014
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from February of particular interest to R users: A statistical analysis of various forecasting methods (using R) leads to correct predictions for 21 of 24 Oscars awards. There are now 123 R User Groups worldwide, and applications for Revolution Analytics sponsorship grants are open until March 31. Revolution Analytics was...

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googleVis code development moved to GitHub

March 11, 2014
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googleVis code development moved to GitHub

After nearly 4 years of developing googleVis on Google Code with SVN we decided to move to GitHub. The main reason was that Google stopped the facility of hosting pre-CRAN builds of the package for user testing. The devtools package on the other hand m...

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Real-time Reporting with the Adobe Analytics API

March 10, 2014
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Starting with version 1.3.1 of RSiteCatalyst, you can now access the real-time reporting capabilities of the Adobe Analytics API through a familiar R interface. Here’s how to get started… GetRealTimeConfiguration Before using the real-time reporting capabilities of Adobe Analytics, you first need to indicate which metrics and elements you are interested in seeing in real-time. To Real-time Reporting...

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Ever wonder how popular your favorite R functions are?

March 7, 2014
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Ever wonder how popular your favorite R functions are?

How's that fried pickle sandwich treating you?  Perhaps your taste in R  functions are less bizarre than your taste in R commands?Now you can easily find out using this new shiny app!  In this post I use the R function frequency table co...

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Slidify: Modern, simple presentations written in R Markdown

February 24, 2014
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Slidify: Modern, simple presentations written in R Markdown

As a LaTeX fan I’m used to using Beamer for presentations, but the built-in themes are definitely starting to show their age — and writing a custom .sty file looks like a nightmare — so for a while I’ve been looking … Continue reading →

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Bayes factor t tests, part 2: Two-sample tests

February 23, 2014
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Bayes factor t tests, part 2: Two-sample tests

In the previous post, I introduced the logic of Bayes factors for one-sample designs by means of a simple example. In this post, I will give more detail about the models and assumptions used by the BayesFactor package, and also how to do simple analyses of two- sample designs.See the previous posts for background: What is a...

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Interactive exploration of a prior’s impact

February 21, 2014
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Interactive exploration of a prior’s impact

The probably most frequent criticism of Bayesian statistics sounds something like “It’s all subjective – with the ‘right’ prior, you can get any result you want.”. In order to approach this criticism it has been suggested to do a sensitivity analysis (or robustness analysis), that demonstrates how the choice of priors affects the conclusions drawn

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Tutorials- Statistical and Multivariate Analysis for Metabolomics

February 17, 2014
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Tutorials- Statistical and Multivariate Analysis for Metabolomics

I recently had the pleasure in participating in the 2014 WCMC Statistics for Metabolomics Short Course. The course was hosted by the NIH West Coast Metabolomics Center and focused on statistical and multivariate strategies for metabolomic data analysis. A variety of topics were covered using 8 hands on tutorials which focused on: data quality overview

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BitCoin profits with the Sushi-Burger Shuffle

February 14, 2014
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BitCoin profits with the Sushi-Burger Shuffle

The BitCoin cryptocurrency has been much in the news of late. What, you don't have BitCoins? (Don't worry, neither do I.) Unless you have a supercomputer in your back yard and a cheap source of power, it's no longer really feasible to mine them yourself. But if you want some, several online exhanges will let you buy BitCoins for...

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Winter Olympic Medal Standings, presented by R

February 10, 2014
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Winter Olympic Medal Standings, presented by R

There's no shortage of web sites listing the current medal standings at Sochi, not least the official Winter Olympics Medal Tally. And here's the same tally, rendered with R: Click through to see a real-time version of the chart, created with RStudio's Shiny by Ramnath Vaidyanathan. (By the way, does anyone know if it's possible to embed a live...

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