288 search results for "market research"

Comparison between 15 different cities…

September 6, 2009
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Comparison between 15 different cities…

The other day I was thinking about how expensive will it be to live in London (as I'm going to live in London for almost one year), and also thinking about how expensive are the cities where some of my best friends live and I got a report by UBS called "Prices and Earnings 2009", it's all...

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Comparison between 15 different cities…

September 6, 2009
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Comparison between 15 different cities…

The other day I was thinking about how expensive will it be to live in London (as I'm going to live in London for almost one year), and also thinking about how expensive are the cities where some of my best friends live and I got a report by UBS called "Prices and Earnings 2009", it's all...

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Rails, Scalability and Sexism

April 29, 2009
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It’s been a long time since I posted here, for a number of reasons: Change of focus from Ruby programming to Linux capacity planning, especially in the realm of I/O subsystems. You’ll find more about that at http://linuxcapacityplanning.com...

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A Handbook of Statistical Analyses Using R – Everitt and Hothorn (2006)

January 31, 2009
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Title: A Handbook of Statistical Analyses Using RAuthor(s): Brian S. Torvitt; Torsten HothornPublisher/Date: Chapman & Hall/2006Statistics level: Intermediate to advancedProgramming level: Intermediate Overall recommendation: Highly recommended ...

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Call C from R and R from C

November 17, 2008
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Several years ago, while a research associate at the University of Chicago, I had the privilege of sitting in on a course taught by Peter Rossi: Bayesian Applications in Marketing and MicroEconometrics. This course -- one I recommend to anyone at U Chicago who is interested in statistics -- was an incredibly clear treatment of Bayesian...

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Call C from R and R from C

November 17, 2008
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Several years ago, while a research associate at the University of Chicago, I had the privilege of sitting in on a course taught by Peter Rossi: Bayesian Applications in Marketing and MicroEconometrics. This course -- one I recommend to anyone at U Chicago who is interested in statistics -- was an incredibly clear treatment of Bayesian...

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Welcome to FOSS Trading

September 28, 2008
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Welcome to FOSS Trading

This blog will highlight the development and use of free open-source software to research, test, and trade financial markets.Meet the authors:Joshua Ulrich is currently the author and maintainer of four R packages:TTR - Technical Trading Rules - a suit...

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R books

July 30, 2008
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R books

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