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Rooks in the cloud

January 19, 2012
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Ever since R was born (evoked?) geeks have been trying to get it to talk HTML. A list of web interfaces for R is updated on CRAN here. Aims are various. Some seek to replace R with a traditional GUI. Others are more ambitious and open up a glimpse of an architecture that provides live analysis of ever...

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When can we expect the last damn microarray paper?

January 18, 2012
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When can we expect the last damn microarray paper?

With bonus R codeIt came as a shock to learn from PubMed that almost 900 papers were published with the word "microarray" in their titles last year alone, just 12 shy of the 2010 count. More alarming, many of these papers were not of the innocuous "Microarray study of gene expression in dog scrotal tissue" variety, but dry...

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R Cloud Services

January 18, 2012
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Ever since R was born (evoked?) geeks have been trying to get it to talk HTML. A list of web interfaces for R is updated on CRAN here. Aims are various. Some seek to replace R with a traditional GUI. Others are more ambitious and open up a glimpse of a...

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Revolution Newsletter: January 2012

January 13, 2012
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The most recent edition of the Revolution Newsletter is out. The news section is below, and you can read the full January edition (with highlights from this blog and community events) online. You can subscribe to the Revolution Newsletter to get it monthly via email. Reflections on 2011. Last year was a big one for Revolution Analytics, with new...

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R: A Quick Scrape of Top Grossing Films from boxofficemojo.com

January 13, 2012
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R: A Quick Scrape of Top Grossing Films from boxofficemojo.com

  Introduction I was looking at a list of the top grossing films of all time (available from boxofficemojo.com) and was wondering what kind of graphs I would come up with if I had that kind of data. I still don’t know what kind of graphs I’d construct other than a simple barplot but figured

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Functional ANOVA using INLA

January 13, 2012
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Functional ANOVA using INLA

Ramsay and Silverman’s Functional Data Analysis is a tremendously useful book that deserves to be more widely known. It’s full of ideas of neat things one can do when part of a dataset can be viewed as a set of

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Marketing Mix Lab: Multicollinearity and Ridge Regression

January 12, 2012
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Marketing Mix Lab: Multicollinearity and Ridge Regression

In marketing mix modelling you have to be very lucky not to run into problems with multicollinearity. It’s in the nature of marketing campaigns that everything tends to happen at once: the TV is supported by radio, both are timed to coincide with the relaunch of the website. One of the techniques that is often … Continue reading...

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Toying with Google Apps Script

January 11, 2012
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Toying with Google Apps Script

Google offers an access to its services with Apps Scripts (JavaScript). That gives you a possibility to connect your spreadsheet to a fascinating variety of tools like geocoder, stock info, language translator, or email.My java-scri...

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How big is my dog going to get? A regression analysis with R

January 10, 2012
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How big is my dog going to get? A regression analysis with R

The dog on the left is named Maya. She is a labrador retriever (field line), weighs 18 kilograms and is currently eight months old. My girlfriend and I carry the dog several times a day high in the fourth floor. … Weiterlesen →

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Coming of Age: R and Spatial Data Visualisation

January 10, 2012
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Coming of Age: R and Spatial Data Visualisation

I have been using R (a free statistics and graphics sof

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