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Using R to Analyze Baseball Games in “Real Time”

October 4, 2009
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This post originally appeared on my Wordpress blog on October 4, 2009. I present it here in its original form. In order to honor the last day of the 2009 MLB regular season (excepting the Twins/Tigers tiebreaker Tuesday night), I was reading...

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Using R to Analyze Baseball Games in “Real Time”

October 4, 2009
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Using R to Analyze Baseball Games in “Real Time”

In order to honor the last day of the 2009 MLB regular season (excepting the Twins/Tigers tiebreaker Tuesday night), I was reading a book that combines a few of my favorite thing: statistics, R, and baseball. The book, by Joseph Adler, is called Baseball Hacks, and I highly recommend it if you are interested in

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Data Mining and Statistics Video Course

October 3, 2009
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Data Mining and Statistics Video Course

David Mease has an online course presented with complete videos (Statistics 202: Statistical Aspects of Data Mining ). The course uses Excel and R.I might update this post with a few notes below on what is covered as I get a chance to watch t...

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Formatting a Table in Word | R to Tab-Delimited to APA Style

September 25, 2009
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Formatting a Table in Word | R to Tab-Delimited to APA Style

The following post sets out my procedure for importing a tab-delimited table of data produced in R  into Microsoft Word and formatting it.Prior to importing table:Run macro which does the followingInsert Caption: References - Insert Capt...

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Welcome to Sigmafield

September 20, 2009
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Edit: This post originally appeared on my Wordpress blog on September 20, 2009. I present it here in its original form. John Tukey's preface to Exploratory Data Analysis begins with a useful rule, "It is important to understand what you can...

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Structural Equation Modelling in R

September 20, 2009
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Structural Equation Modelling in R

Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) Software is frequently used in psychology. This post discusses the exciting prospect of greater support for SEM in R. ...I have used SEM to:Run confirmatory factor analyses to examine the measurement structure of mul...

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Welcome to Blogistic Reflections! (A blog created entirely in Emacs org-mode)

September 19, 2009
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Welcome to Blogistic Reflections! (A blog created entirely in Emacs org-mode)

John Tukey’s preface to Exploratory Data Analysis begins with a useful rule, “It is important to understand what you can do before you learn to measure how well you seem to have done it.” When I decided I wanted to start a blog concentrating on statistics, R, and Emacs, I thought I had better learn

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Power Analysis for mixed-effect models in R

September 18, 2009
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Power Analysis for mixed-effect models in R

The power of a statistical test is the probability that a null hypothesis will be rejected when the alternative hypothesis is true. In lay terms, power is your ability to refine or "prove" your expectations from the data you collect. The most frequent...

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Power Analysis for mixed-effect models in R

September 18, 2009
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Power Analysis for mixed-effect models in R

The power of a statistical test is the probability that a null hypothesis will be rejected when the alternative hypothesis is true. In lay terms, power is your ability to refine or "prove" your expectations from the data you collect. The most frequent...

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RQuantLib 0.3.0 released

September 5, 2009
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Earlier this evening, I rolled up a new version of RQuantLib. It has been pushed to CRAN and Debian, and source and binary version should appear on the respective mirror networks in due course. This version, the first in a new '0.3.*' release seri...

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