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Call for Abstracts for useR! 2012

December 24, 2011
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The international R User Conference useR! 2012 will be held June 12-15 at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, with a pre-conference full-day course offered on June 11. Participants are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract for oral or poster presentation at the conference. Half-day tutorials will be held in the morning and afternoon of June 12th. For tutorials,...

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Recology is 1 yr old…

December 23, 2011
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Recology is 1 yr old…

This blog has lasted a whole year already.  Thanks for reading and commenting. There are a couple of announcements:Less blogging:  I hope to put in many more years blogging here, but in full disclosure, I am blogging for Journal of Ecology no...

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Recology is 1 yr old

December 23, 2011
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Recology is 1 yr old

This blog has lasted a whole year already.  Thanks for reading and commenting. There are a couple of announcements: Less blogging: I hope to put in many more years blogging here, but in full disclosure I am blogging for Journal of Ecology now, ...

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Recology is 1 yr old

December 23, 2011
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Recology is 1 yr old

This blog has lasted a whole year already.  Thanks for reading and commenting. There are a couple of announcements: Less blogging: I hope to put in many more years blogging here, but in full disclosure I am blogging for Journal of Ecology now, ...

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Dynamic views don’t support javascript-so reverting back to simple views

December 22, 2011
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Dynamic views don’t support javascript-so reverting back to simple views

Sorry for the temporary loss of GitHub gists...Hopefully dynamic views will support javascript soon!!

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Partisan Bias in Fed Inflation Forecasts?

December 22, 2011
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Partisan Bias in Fed Inflation Forecasts?

Following on from my previous post about US Federal Reserve inflation forecast errors, I decided to put together a descriptive graph to see if there might be a partisan bias to these forecast erros. Also, given all of the work in the political eco...

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Record Long Term Treasury Returns

December 21, 2011
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Record Long Term Treasury Returns

I mistakenly assume everyone knows that US Treasury Returns have been extreme in 2011.  As we near the end of the year, I thought it would be beneficial to look at the world’s best performer while incorporating some new graphical techniques.&nbs...

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Simulating Confidence Intervals

December 20, 2011
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Simulating Confidence Intervals

As I am finishing up my thesis I have recently been plotting effects from many models. An important aspect of this is to show the uncertainty surrounding different estimates and effects. Following a paper by Gary King, Michael Tomz and Jason Wittenberg...

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Outliers in the European Parliament

December 20, 2011
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Outliers in the European Parliament

Earlier this year I had a lot of fun learning how to use the BeautifulSoup and mechanize modules in python to scrape websites. My goal was to scrape the European Parliament website for information on the activity levels of the different MEPs. I struggl...

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TikZ and R

December 20, 2011
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TikZ and R

TikZ is an awesome macro for producing beautiful graphics in LaTeX. I use it constantly as it has a very intuitive syntax, and it is easy to define global settings for your plots, ensuring that the graphics in your paper are all uniformly styled. One t...

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