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useR!2014 Rcpp11 tutorial

June 17, 2014
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We are getting close to useR!2014. I hope I'll see some of you at my tutorial about Rcpp11 in the morning. There are some other pretty useful tutorials as well, so no hard feeling if you don't come, but if you do want to know about modern R and C++, pl...

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Playing with GUIs in R with RGtk2

June 16, 2014
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Playing with GUIs in R with RGtk2

Sometimes when we create some nice functions which we want to show other people who don’t know R we can do two things. We can teach them R what is not easy task which also takes time or we can…Read more ›

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Text mining in R – Automatic categorization of Wikipedia articles

June 16, 2014
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Text mining in R – Automatic categorization of Wikipedia articles

Text mining is currently a live issue in data analysis. Enoromus text data resourses on the Internet made it an important component of Big Data world. The potential of information hidden in the words is the reason why I find…Read more ›

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Reproducible research is still a challenge

June 9, 2014
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Science is reportedly in the middle of a reproducibility crisis. Reproducibility seems laudable and is frequently called for (e.g., nature and science). In general the argument is that research that can be independently reproduced is more reliable than research that cannot be independently reproduced. It is also worth noting that reproducing research is...

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Female hurricanes reloaded – another reanalysis of Jung et al.

June 6, 2014
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Female hurricanes reloaded – another reanalysis of Jung et al.

I have blogged a few days a ago about a study by Kiju Jung that suggested that implicit bias leads people to underestimate the danger of female-named hurricanes. The study used historical data to demonstrate a correlation between femininity and death-toll, and subsequent experiments seemed to show that people indeed estimate hurricanes to be less…

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A simple workflow for using R with Microsoft Office products

June 5, 2014
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A simple workflow for using R with Microsoft Office products

The challenge of integrating Microsoft products with R software has been an outstanding issue for several years. Reasons for these issues are complicated and related to fundamental differences in developing proprietary vs open-source products. To date, I don’t believe there has been a satisfactory solution but I present this blog as my attempt to work

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Shading between two lines – ggplot

June 1, 2014
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Shading between two lines – ggplot

First one to say geom_ribbon loses. I was plotting some data for a colleague, had two lines (repeated experiment) per person (time on the x axis) facetted by id, I thought it’d be nice to shade the area between the … Continue reading →

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Tools for Online Teaching

May 30, 2014
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Last semester (Fall 2014), I organized and taught an interdisciplinary, collaborative class titled Probability for Scientists. Getting 4 separate teachers on the same page was a challenge, but as scientists we're used to communicating over email, and ...

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hipsteR: Learn what you missed in R as an early adopter

May 30, 2014
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If you learned R in its early days (say, the early 2000's or even the late 1990's) you may still be using some — ahem — old-fashioned ways to accomplish some tasks better served by newer functions and packages. To help those of us who have may missed some of R's more recent innovations, Karl Broman created hipsteR, a...

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Customising ProjectTemplate in R

May 28, 2014
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This post talks about my workflow for getting started with a new data analysis project using the ProjectTemplate package. Overview of ProjectTemplate ProjectTemplate is an R Package which facilitates data analysis, encourages good data analysis habit...

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