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Using the google prediction API from R

August 10, 2011
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Using the google prediction API from R

Google has a "black box" prediction API that they provide for use with creating recommender systems or filtering spam. Furthermore, they provide an R package for interfacing that API, but try as I might I cannot get it to work under windows. Here are ...

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Scraping web data in R

August 10, 2011
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Scraping web data in R

In my last post, I went through a lot of effort to scrape the PMI index off the ISM website.  It turns out that was unnecessary effort, as commentator "senne" pointed out that this index is available from FRED, with the symbol NAPM. &nbs...

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The Open Governing Index: How open is the R project?

August 8, 2011
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The Open Governing Index is a new measure developed by VisionMobile, that rates open-source projects regarding their governance process. The index has four facets, described thoroughly in the "Open Governance Index" publication, and briefly below. access - These criteria assess the availability of source code, a permissive license, developer support mechanisms, a roadmap, and openness

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Outlier Detection with DPM Slides from JSM 2011

August 5, 2011
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Outlier Detection with DPM Slides from JSM 2011

Here are the 14 slides I used during my talk at the Joint Statistical Meetings 2011: shotwell-jsm-2011.pdf. I'm trying hard to minimize the text in my presentation slides. But, this usually requires that I practice more. Hence, you will know which talks I have practiced thoroughly by the amount of text in the slides .

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Friday Links: R, OpenHelix Bioinformatics Tips, 23andMe, Perl, Python, Next-Gen Sequencing

August 5, 2011
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Friday Links: R, OpenHelix Bioinformatics Tips, 23andMe, Perl, Python, Next-Gen Sequencing

I haven't posted much here recently, but here is a roundup of a few of the links I've shared on Twitter (@genetics_blog) over the last two weeks.Here is a nice tutorial on accessing high-throughput public data (from NCBI) using R and Bioconductor.Cloud...

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New Rcpp master classes scheduled for New York and San Francisco

August 4, 2011
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Together with Revolution Analytics, I will be offering two more one-day classes on the Rcpp package for seamless integration of R and C++. The format will follow the workshop Romain and I gave during the tutorial day preceding this year's R/Financ...

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Hotness

August 3, 2011
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Hotness

We have an internal image that floated around work several years ago that details network utilization of TCP over a wide variety of configurations. It is a heatmap created in matlab that is just sweet, sweet eye candy. We actually hung it on the outside of a cube for a short while and people couldn't help but stop and...

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Using Emacs to work with R

August 2, 2011
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Using Emacs to work with R

A simple yet efficient way to work with R consists in writing R code with your favorite text editor and sending it to the R console. This allows to build efficient R code in an incremental fashion. A good editor might even provide syntax highlighting, parenthesis matching, and a way to send a selected portion of code to R

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[R][ggplot2][R-bloggers]RcmdrPlugin.KMggplot2_0.0-3 is on CRAN now

July 28, 2011
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[R][ggplot2][R-bloggers]RcmdrPlugin.KMggplot2_0.0-3 is on CRAN now

RcmdrPlugin.KMggplot2 (CRAN) I posted an Rcmdr plug-in for a ”ggplot2” GUI front-end on CRAN. This version supports Kaplan-Meier plot and other plots as follow: Kaplan-Meier plot Show no. at risk on inside Show no. at risk table on outside Histogram Colo

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Tweets vs. Likes: What gets shared on Twitter vs. Facebook?

July 28, 2011
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Tweets vs. Likes: What gets shared on Twitter vs. Facebook?

It always strikes me as curious that some posts get a lot of love on Twitter, while others get many more shares on Facebook: What accounts for this difference? Some of it is surely site-dependent: maybe one blogger has a Facebook page but not a Twitter account, while another has these roles reversed. But even

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