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highlight R syntax in wordpress using wp-codebox

October 10, 2010
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Tal Galili’s blog post mentioned that WP-Syntax can highlight R codes. I downloaded the modified version of WP-Syntax in his blog site. The plugin throw an error when activated. I did not try the original version hosted in WordPress. I found that WP-CodeBox use GeShi for syntax highlighting as WP-Syntax does.I used this plugin when I posted perl codes, but...

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BioStar users (of the world, unite)

October 9, 2010
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BioStar users (of the world, unite)

Egon writes: Can someone please plot the BioStar users on a Google Map? Sounds like a challenge. Let’s go. 1. Harvesting user IP addresses BioStar user profiles (here’s mine) include a location field. It’s free text and optional, which means that location is missing or inaccurate for many users. However, if you’re logged into BioStar

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A competition to predict popular R packages

October 8, 2010
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A competition to predict popular R packages

What makes an R package popular? The number of people that use a given R package is a common point of discussion, but it turns out that it's kind of tricky to get hard and fast data to answer this question. You can look at the "I use this" number on crantastic.org, but that's a self-reported number (many more...

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Students in predominantly ethnic minority classes want segregated education very much. The others don’t.

October 7, 2010
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Students in predominantly ethnic minority classes want segregated education very much. The others don’t.

I just did this for what will hopefully be a book chapter on our Divided Education - Divided Citizens research project with NEPC. Explanation further below for anyone more interested in the actual topic ;-) About the graphic: I like raw-...

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Students in predominantly ethnic minority classes want segregated education very much. The others don’t.

October 7, 2010
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Students in predominantly ethnic minority classes want segregated education very much. The others don’t.

I just did this for what will hopefully be a book chapter on our Divided Education – Divided Citizens research project with NEPC. Explanation further below for anyone more interested in the actual topic About the graphic: I like raw-data plots like this, made possible by Hadley Wickhams’s amazing ggplot2 package for the stats package

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Using Data Tools to Find Data Tools, the Yo Dawg of Data Hacking

October 7, 2010
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by John Myles White and Drew Conway Editors’ Note: One theme likely to recur on dataists.com is that data hackers love using their tools to analyze, visualize, and predict everything. Data hackers also love discovering and learning about new tools. So it should come as no surprise that Dataist contributors John Myles White and Drew

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R is Hot

October 6, 2010
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Our mission at Revolution Analytics is to make R the statistical analysis tool of choice in the workplace. But even though R is pervasive in academia and rising in popularity generally, we still sometimes get blank faces when we demonstrate R to potential new clients. Sure, most people have heard of R -- it's been hard to miss in...

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Use R to Analyze Players for your Fantasy Hockey League

October 4, 2010
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Use R to Analyze Players for your Fantasy Hockey League

I am in a fantasy hockey league for the first time this seasons and I wanted to use R to analyze players.  Since I am relatively new to R, I am quite certain this code could be improved.  The code below is functional, however, and while this isn’t my complete analysis, I think it outlines

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UCLA Statistics: Analyzing Thesis/Dissertation Lengths

September 29, 2010
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UCLA Statistics: Analyzing Thesis/Dissertation Lengths

As I am working on my dissertation and piecing together a mess of notes, code and output, I am wondering to myself “how long is this thing supposed to be?” I am definitely not into this to win the prize for longest dissertation. I just want to say my piece, make my point and move on. I’ve heard that...

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Google Summer of Code advances R

September 28, 2010
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For the third year running, the Google Summer of Code program has sponsored a number of students working with R, and has again resulted in several new contributions expanding R in various fields. Dirk Eddelbuettel, who coordinated the R-related projects for GSoC in 2010, summarized the results, with details about the new packages now available for R thanks to...

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