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A Fast Intro to PLYR for R

August 27, 2009
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A Fast Intro to PLYR for R

I’m not dead yet! Although it has been rumored that I am. The new job is going great and I’m thrilled to be with a new firm doing interesting work alongside smart people. It makes me seem smarter by simple association. There’s been a lot going on recently in the R user community. There was an

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Simple visualization of a 11X5 table (for WordPress 2.9 Features Vote Results)

July 31, 2009
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Simple visualization of a 11X5 table (for WordPress 2.9 Features Vote Results)

I guess this is not the number one post I would like to start with on this blog, but I feel the time is right for it (community-wise). I’ll move on to the subject matter in a moment, but first a short intro: This blog is written by Tal Galili. I am ...

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Simple visualization of a 11X5 table (for WordPress 2.9 Features Vote Results)

July 31, 2009
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Simple visualization of a 11X5 table (for WordPress 2.9 Features Vote Results)

I guess this is not the number one post I would like to start with on this blog, but I feel the time is right for it (community-wise). I’ll move on to the subject matter in a moment, but first a short intro: This blog is written by Tal Galili. I am an aspiring statistician who

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Who’s Tweets Do I Read… Magic R Code Says…

June 22, 2009
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Who’s Tweets Do I Read… Magic R Code Says…

So one glace at my user logs shows the truth: no one gives a rat’s rump that I just quit my job; you just love you some Twitter R code. And I’m nothing but an attention whore, so come get some! So in my last ‘Twitter with R’ post I gave you some code I’d written

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Iran Election analyzed with R

June 19, 2009
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Iran Election analyzed with R

Here you can find a very interesting post depicting the R strengths in 'real-time statistics'. I'd like to use the occasion to thank David Smith for hosting the best, imho, blog on R!  Follow Him on Twitter: @revodavid .

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Getting started with R (for german speakers)

June 5, 2009
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Getting started with R (for german speakers)

Just a little note for german speaking R beginners: There is an introductory course in R (german) available online on the website of the department of methodology and evaluation research at the University of Jena. Dr. Ivailo Partchev holds a seven sess...

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R and data

May 26, 2009
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R and data

My fellow bloggers John and Scott have posted recently about the free statistical programming language R.  How does it compare to an expensive language like SAS? If you’ve done any statistical analysis, then you’ll know that getting and cleaning the data is a major step in any project.  SAS does a pretty good job at

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Rails, Scalability and Sexism

April 29, 2009
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It’s been a long time since I posted here, for a number of reasons: Change of focus from Ruby programming to Linux capacity planning, especially in the realm of I/O subsystems. You’ll find more about that at http://linuxcapacityplanning.com...

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R/Finance 2009 Overview

April 28, 2009
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R/Finance 2009 Overview

The first international R/Finance 2009 conference in Chicago, IL was a huge success! David Smith from REvolution Computing has written a great summary of the entire event. I'll take the lazy route and point you to his blog post. :)The first internati...

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R: Building functions – using default settings that can be modified via the dot-dot-dot / three point argument

April 7, 2009
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R: Building functions – using default settings that can be modified via the dot-dot-dot / three point argument

Before you read this post, please have a look at Enrique’s comment below. He pointed out that the built-in R function modifyList() already does what I wanted to describe in this post. Well, I live to learn :) I was wondering how I could write a function that uses default settings but accepts a list

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