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MCMC chain analysis and convergence diagnostics with coda in R

December 9, 2011
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MCMC chain analysis and convergence diagnostics with coda in R

Last week, I gave a seminar about MCMC chain analysis and convergence diagnostics with coda in R, and I thought a summary would make a nice post. As a prerequisite, we will use a few lines of code, very similar to a previous post on MCMC sampling. In the code, we create some test data…

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Example 9.16: Small multiples

November 29, 2011
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Example 9.16: Small multiples

Small multiples are one of the great ideas of graphics visionary Edward Tufte (e.g., in Envisioning Information). Briefly, the idea is that if many variations on a theme are presented, differences quickly become apparent. Today we offer general guida...

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Dealing with R and HANA

November 28, 2011
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Dealing with R and HANA

First things first...what's "R"? Simply put...is a programming language and software environment for statistical computing and graphics. More infomation can be found here R on WikipediaI have code in many programming languages, some of them very commer...

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Pseudo-Random vs. Random Numbers in R

November 25, 2011
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Pseudo-Random vs. Random Numbers in R

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Earlier today, I found an interesting post from Bo Allen on pseudo-random vs random numbers, where the author uses a simple bitmap (heat map) to show that the rand function in PHP has a systematic pattern and compares these to truly random numbers obtained from random.org. The post’s results suggest that pseudo-randomness in PHP is

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Bringing 64-bit data to R

November 24, 2011
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Bringing 64-bit data to R

The R programming language has become one of the standard tools for statistical data analysis and visualization, and is widely used by Google and many others. The language includes extensive support for working with vectors of integers, numerics (doubles), and many other types, but has lacked support for 64-bit integers. ...

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Popular Baby Names Walk-Through Part 2 – Graphing the fast movers

November 21, 2011
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Popular Baby Names Walk-Through Part 2 – Graphing the fast movers

I will assume you have read through part 1 and have the csv file loaded. While we covered some basic graphing in the last post i hope to get into a little more of the data crunching. Specifically I am interested in the names which where driven by a spe...

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Analyzing birth rates from census data from RevoScaleR

November 18, 2011
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Analyzing birth rates from census data from RevoScaleR

In yesterday's webinar, "New Features in Revolution R Enterprise 5.0 to Support Scalable Data Analysis", Sue Ranney demonstrated the features of the RevoScaleR big data analysis package included with Revolution R Enterprise. In the webinar, she showed how to use the rxImport function to import big data sets from SAS, SPSS or ODBC, how to use the rxDataStep function...

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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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Create your own Beamer template

November 14, 2011
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For the past couple of days, I had been searching for a tutorial that would show how to create a custom Beamer template. I found some great resources and some really great customized templates (I have listed the ones that I referred to below) but none ...

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GScholarXScraper: Hacking the GScholarScraper function with XPath

November 13, 2011
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GScholarXScraper: Hacking the GScholarScraper function with XPath

Kay Cichini recently wrote a word-cloud R function called GScholarScraper on his blog which when given a search string will scrape the associated search results returned by Google Scholar, across pages, and then produce a word-cloud visualisation. This was of interest to me because around the same time I posted an independent Google Scholar scraper function  get_google_scholar_df()

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