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Plain Text, Papers, Pandoc

January 22, 2014
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Plain Text, Papers, Pandoc

Over the past few months, I’ve had several people ask me about the tools I use to put papers together. I maintain a page of resources somewhat grandiosely headed “Writing and Presenting Social Science”. Really it just makes public some configuration files and templates for my text editor and related tools. Things have changed a little recently—which led...

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The performance of dplyr blows plyr out of the water

January 22, 2014
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Together with many other packages written by Hadley Wickham, plyr is a package that I use a lot for data processing. The syntax is clean, and it works great for breaking down larger data.frame‘s into smaller summaries. The greatest disadvantage… See more ›

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Using One Programming Language In the Context of Another – Python and R

January 22, 2014
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Using One Programming Language In the Context of Another – Python and R

Over the last couple of years, I’ve settled into using R an python as my languages of choice for doing stuff: R, because RStudio is a nice environment, I can blend code and text using R markdown and knitr, ggplot2 and Rcharts make generating graphics easy, and reshapers such as plyr make wrangling with data

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A brief foray into parallel processing with R

January 21, 2014
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A brief foray into parallel processing with R

I’ve recently been dabbling with parallel processing in R and have found the foreach package to be a useful approach to increasing efficiency of loops. To date, I haven’t had much of a need for these tools but I’ve started working with large datasets that can be cumbersome to manage. My first introduction to parallel

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Coxcomb Plots and Spiecharts in R

January 20, 2014
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Coxcomb Plots and Spiecharts in R

I am not a great fan of pie charts since they are often

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Statistics meets rhetoric: A text analysis of "I Have a Dream" in R

January 20, 2014
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Statistics meets rhetoric: A text analysis of "I Have a Dream" in R

This article was first published on analyze stuff. It has been contributed to Anything but R-bitrary as the second article in its introductory series.By Max Ghenis Today, we celebrate the would-be 85th birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., a man remembered for pioneering the civil rights movement through his courage, moral leadership, and oratory prowess. This post...

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Statistics meets rhetoric: A text analysis of “I Have a Dream” in R

January 20, 2014
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Statistics meets rhetoric: A text analysis of “I Have a Dream” in R

Today, we celebrate the would-be 85th birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., a man remembered for pioneering the civil rights movement through his courage, moral leadership, and oratory prowess. This post focuses on his most famous speech, I Have a Dream given on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to over...

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Why I Think Atletico De Madrid Will Win 2013/14 Spanish Liga Of Football

January 20, 2014
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Why I Think Atletico De Madrid Will Win 2013/14 Spanish Liga Of Football

Prediction is difficult, especially of the future (Mark Twain) Let me start with two important premises. First of all, I am not into football so I do not support any team. Second, this post is just an opinion based on mathematics but football, as all of you know, is not an exact science. Football is

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Second NYC R classes(announcement and teaching experience)

January 20, 2014
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Second NYC R classes(announcement and teaching experience)

(The photo was from our first offering of R classes) We are going to offer our Data Science by R (beginner level) course again in February. The goal of this class is to get students to a point where they are self-sufficient in R, are proficient at analyzing data and can take these skills back to their full-time jobs....

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Use standard deviation (not mad about MAD)

January 19, 2014
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Use standard deviation (not mad about MAD)

Nassim Nicholas Taleb recently wrote an article advocating the abandonment of the use of standard deviation and advocating the use of mean absolute deviation. Mean absolute deviation is indeed an interesting and useful measure- but there is a reason that standard deviation is important even if you do not like it: it prefers models that Related posts:

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