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GEO2R: Web App to Analyze Gene Expression in GEO Datasets Using R

November 17, 2011
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GEO2R: Web App to Analyze Gene Expression in GEO Datasets Using R

Gene Expression Omnibus is NCBI's repository for publicly available gene expression data with thousands of datasets having over 600,000 samples with array or sequencing data. You can download data from GEO using FTP, or download and load the data direc...

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Using neural network for regression

November 17, 2011
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Using neural network for regression

Artificial neural networks are commonly thought to be used just for classification because of the relationship to logistic regression: neural networks typically use a logistic activation function and output values from 0 to 1 like logistic regression. However, the worth … Continue reading →

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Announcing Revolution R Enterprise 5.0

November 15, 2011
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We're proud to announce the latest update to the enhanced, commercial-grade distribution of R, Revolution R Enterprise 5.0. With each new release, Revolution R Enterprise adds more capabilities to open-source R, to make R users more productive, to improve performance of R programs, to support Big Data analytics, and to provide servers and APIs for enterprise deployment. New features...

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R Development Master Class with Hadley Wickham

November 14, 2011
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Hadley Wickham, R guru and author of several popular R packages (ggplot2 and plyr, to name just two), will present his 2-day R Development Master Class in New York City, December 12-13. This two-day course offers expert instruction in R programming and package development, and is ideal for anyone looking to hone their R development skills with expert instruction....

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Parallelization using plyr: loading objects and packages into worker nodes

November 14, 2011
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I really love the plyr package. Apart from having a progress bar and plyr handeling a lot of the overhead, a very interesting feature is being able to run plyr in parallel mode. Essentially, setting .parallel = TRUE runs any… See more ›

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Facebook Graph API Explorer with R

November 10, 2011
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Facebook Graph API Explorer with R

I wanted to play around with the Facebook Graph API  using the Graph API Explorer page as a coding exercise. This facility allows one to use the API with a temporary authorisation token. Now, I don’t know how to make an R package for the proper API where you have to register for an API key and

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Webinar Nov 17: What’s new in Revolution R Enterprise 5.0

November 7, 2011
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Revolution R Enterprise 5.0 will be released soon, and Sue Ranney, VP of Development at Revolution Analytics, will host a webinar on Thursday November 17 to get you up to speed on the latest features: Revolution R Enterprise 5.0 is Revolution Analytics’ scalable analytics platform. At its core is Revolution Analytics’ enhanced Distribution of R, the world’s most widely-used...

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The Joy of R: A Feline Guide

November 5, 2011
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The Joy of R: A Feline Guide

Just because it’s caturday Images by Mario Pineda-Krch (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) This is from the “Mario’s Entangled Bank” blog ( http://pineda-krch.com ) of Mario Pineda-Krch, a theoretical biologist at the University of Alberta. Filed under: cats, computing, humour, R, Sweave

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Webinar on Portfolio Rebalancing with R and Sybase

November 3, 2011
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R users in the financial industry may be interested in the following webinar hosted by Revolution Analytics' partner Sybase on November 10: Portfolio Rebalancing Using R and Sybase RAP for Intraday Risk Management With volatility and violent intraday swings becoming the new normal, intraday risk controls are now needed to not only reduce your exposures across multiple asset classes,...

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Please use sensible colours in your maps

November 2, 2011
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If you are creating maps then for goodness sake Use sensible colours!  I was helping some undergraduates with some work the other day, and they decided to use the following colour scheme for representing river depth: Deep water: Red Medium-depth water: Bright green Shallow water: Pink Why did they do this? Well, either they were

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