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A 34 Minute Video on Using R to Analyse Winter Olympic Medal Data

May 16, 2010
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In this post I present a 34-minute video on using R. The video is based on an analysis of 1924 to 2006 Winter Olympic Medals that I presented previously in text form. The video aims to to show what an interactive session in R might look like using ...

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Abbreviations of R Commands Explained: 250+ R Abbreviations

May 10, 2010
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The R programming language includes many abbreviations. Abbreviations exist in function names, argument names, and allowed values for arguments. This post expands on over 150 R abbreviations with the aim of making it easier for users new to R who are trying...

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Abbreviations of R Commands Explained: 250+ R Abbreviations

May 10, 2010
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The R programming language includes many abbreviations. Abbreviations exist in function names, argument names, and allowed values for arguments. This post expands on over 150 R abbreviations with the aim of making it easier for users new to R who are trying...

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Trouble with ESS and Sweave

April 23, 2010
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Trouble with ESS and Sweave

Last time I tried to sweave a document from with Emacs+ESS, I was using an earlier version of ESS (the current version is 5.8), and things seemed to be fine. Today when I tried to sweave a simple document and produced PDF output, I got error message of...

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Compiling 64-bit R 2.10.1 with MKL in Linux

April 10, 2010
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The rationale for compiling R using the Intel Math Kernel LibraryRecently, there has been a surge in the use of Intel's Math Kernel Library (MKL; http://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-mkl/) among data analysis packages. MKL is a highly optimized set of...

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Compiling 64-bit R 2.10.1 with MKL in Linux

April 10, 2010
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The rationale for compiling R using the Intel Math Kernel LibraryRecently, there has been a surge in the use of Intel's Math Kernel Library (MKL; http://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-mkl/) among data analysis packages. MKL is a highly optimized set of...

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Updated Site Map for Jeromy Anglim’s Blog Psychology and Statistics

March 23, 2010
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Every Six months or so I like to update the Site Mapfor my blog jeromyanglim.blogspot.com. Thus, if you're new to the blog, The Site Map provides an overview of previous blog content organised by topic. RSS Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/jeromyang...

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Updated Site Map for Jeromy Anglim’s Blog Psychology and Statistics

March 23, 2010
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Every Six months or so I like to update the Site Mapfor my blog jeromyanglim.blogspot.com. Thus, if you're new to the blog, The Site Map provides an overview of previous blog content organised by topic. RSS Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/jeromyang...

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My Procedure for Upgrading R: Windows XP with StatET

August 5, 2009
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My Procedure for Upgrading R: Windows XP with StatET

R releases upgrades around every 6 months. I run R on Windows XP using the StatET plug-in and Eclipse. This is my current upgrade procedure. I've posted this mainly for my own future reference. But who knows? it might be useful for someone else:1. Down...

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Learning R for Researchers in Psychology

June 6, 2009
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Learning R for Researchers in Psychology

R is a powerful environment for statistical computing. Here is a selective list of resources on R with an emphasis on resources useful for researchers in psychology.Psychology specific R resourcesR Notes for Experimental PsychologyWilliam Revelle's Psy...

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