464 search results for "knitr"

reading raster data using library(parallel)

March 3, 2013
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reading raster data using library(parallel)

Recently, I have been doing some analysis for a project I am involved in. In particular, I was interested what role pacific sea surface temperatures play with regard to rainfall in East Africa. I spare you the details as I … Continue reading →

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Tips and Tricks for HTML and R

March 3, 2013
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Over the past two months I have tried to convert completely to HTML5 slides, HTML reports and R + knitr. The switch from Sweave came with a few frustrations but I think overall it is way better - it is incredibly efficient and while some flexibility on...

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renaming data frame columns in lists

March 3, 2013
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renaming data frame columns in lists

OK, so the scenario is as follows: we have a list of 2 elements which in turn are again lists with 2 elements (each of which is a data frame). None of the elements in question carry names (neither the … Continue reading →

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Measuring the Intensity of Historical Crises with VaR

March 3, 2013
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Measuring the Intensity of Historical Crises with VaR

Adam Duncan, December 2012Also avilable on R-bloggers.com Prelude These posts are written with dual purpose: 1) Hopefully provide some insight or inspiration into a topical issue in finance from a practioners perspective, and 2) show how to use R to craft an analysis and produce nice output. The posts are written in a “walkthrough” style. All of the source...

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Tools for making a paper

March 1, 2013
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Since it seems to be the fashion, here’s a post about how I make my academic papers. Actually, who am I trying to kid? This is also about how I make slides, letters, memos and “Back in 10 minutes” signs to pin on the door. Nevertheless it’s for making academic papers that I’m going to

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Installing Pandoc from R (on Windows) – using the {installr} package

February 27, 2013
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Installing Pandoc from R (on Windows) – using the {installr} package

The R blogger Rolf Fredheim has recently wrote a great piece called “Reproducible research with R, Knitr, Pandoc and Word“, where he advocates for Pandoc as an essential part of reproducible research workflow in R, in helping to turn documents …Read more »

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Exporting nice plots in R

February 25, 2013
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Exporting nice plots in R

It's not always easy getting the right size. The image is CC by Kristina Gill. A vital part of statistics is producing nice plots, an area where R is outstanding. The graphical ablility of R...

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Top 6 reasons you need to be using RStudio

February 25, 2013
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Top 6 reasons you need to be using RStudio

Rstudio provides you with tools to make your work more productive.New to R? -  check out these resources for getting staRted. RStudio is an awesome tool that can help you do your work better and faster.  In technical terms...

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R Bootcamp Materials!

February 24, 2013
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R Bootcamp Materials!

Learn about ColoRs in R!Analyze model results with custom functions.Good and Bad GraphicsTo train new employees at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, I have developed a 2-3 day series of training modules on how to get work done in R. These...

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Workflow w/ reports package

February 24, 2013
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Workflow w/ reports package

NOTE: THIS IS NOW A PACKAGE SEE THIS LINK FOR DETAILS Let me start with a video for people who just want to see what I’m demo-ing first: I’ve been interested in speeding up workflow lately and spending a lot … Continue reading →

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