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Data-driven arterial input functions

December 22, 2010
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Data-driven arterial input functions

I haven't devoted any time/effort/code to the extraction and parameter estimation of arterial input functions (AIFs) for DCE-MRI in either the vignette or the submission to JSS.  Frankly, I wanted to communicate the main features of the R package dcemriS4 and data-driven AIFs just haven't made the list... up 'til now.  So let's assume one wants to fit...

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Data-driven arterial input functions

December 22, 2010
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Data-driven arterial input functions

I haven't devoted any time/effort/code to the extraction and parameter estimation of arterial input functions (AIFs) for DCE-MRI in either the vignette or the submission to JSS.  Frankly, I wanted to communicate the main features of the R package dcemriS4 and data-driven AIFs just haven't made the list... up 'til now.  So let's assume one wants to fit...

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Principal component analysis to yield curve change

December 19, 2010
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Principal component analysis to yield curve change

In quantitive finance,it is often said that yield curve change is explained by three factor,"parallel shift", "twist" and "butterfly".Because I found that we can get historical yield curve data from FRB's web site, I check whether these proverbial facts are correct or not.Yield curve data can be downloaded to click "Go to download" and "Download File" button. Default data...

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Principal component analysis to yield curve change

December 19, 2010
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Principal component analysis to yield curve change

In quantitive finance,it is often said that yield curve change is explained by three factor,"parallel shift", "twist" and "butterfly".Because I found that we can get historical yield curve data from FRB's web site, I check whether these proverbial facts are correct or not.Yield curve data can be downloaded to click "Go to download" and "Download File" button. Default data...

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Ghcn V3 Metadata improvements

December 12, 2010
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Ghcn V3 Metadata improvements

The Global Historical Climate Network  (GHCN) is in it’s beta stage. On of the stated goals of the project is to improve the metadata that is provided for the station data.  Over the past few months several independent volunteers have been focusing on the issue of station metadata, each with their own focus. Ron Broberg

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Illustrating CFAs – Graphviz

December 9, 2010
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Illustrating CFAs – Graphviz

So after yesterdays post you probably ran this fancy new confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) – showed your friends all the cool fit stats and… nothing. As important as doing things right is being able to let others know that. For CFA the method of choice to illustrate the connections between variables are path diagrams these

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New version of solaR (0.21)

December 9, 2010
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New version of solaR (0.21)

The version 0.21 of the solaR package is now available at CRAN. This package provides a set of calculation methods of solar radiation and performance of photovoltaic systems. The package has been uploaded to CRAN under the GPL-3 license. solaR is now able to calculate from both daily and sub-daily irradiation values. Besides, there are

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Rethinking ‘loess’ for Binomial-Response Pitch F/X Strike Zone Maps

December 5, 2010
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Rethinking ‘loess’ for Binomial-Response Pitch F/X Strike Zone Maps

So after a long hiatus, I'm back for today. I've been crazy busy with a number of different things--including getting engaged and helping plan out wedding dates and things of that sort--and unfortunately have not kept up here on this blog (or on Fanta...

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Google AI Challenge: Languages Used by the Best Programmers

December 2, 2010
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Google AI Challenge: Languages Used by the Best Programmers

The Google AI Challenge recently wrapped up with a Lisp developer from Hungary as the winner.  The competition challenges contestants to create bots that push the limits of AI and game theory.  These bots compete against one another, and a complete ranking of competitors is available.  The big story today is...

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Google AI Challenge: Languages Used by the Best Programmers

December 2, 2010
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Google AI Challenge: Languages Used by the Best Programmers

The Google AI Challenge recently wrapped up with a Lisp developer from Hungary as the winner.  The competition challenges contestants to create bots that push the limits of AI and game theory.  These bots compete against one another, and a complete ranking of competitors is available.  The big story today is...

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