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R in Insurance – the November meetup of the Warsaw R User Group

November 9, 2015
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R in Insurance – the November meetup of the Warsaw R User Group

Inspired by the conference held in Amsterdam „R in Insurance”, we would like to dedicate the November meetup of Warsaw R Users Group to Insurance. The presentations will cover the practical aspects of insurance and more specifically the applications of R in insurance. Join us on Thursday, November 26, 2015, 6:00 PM, Koszykowa 75, Warsaw, … Czytaj dalej...

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Mutually Exclusive Clusters Are Boxes within Which Consumers No Longer Fit

November 8, 2015
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Mutually Exclusive Clusters Are Boxes within Which Consumers No Longer Fit

Sometimes we force our categories to be mutually exclusive and exhaustive even as the boundaries are blurring rapidly.Of course, I am speaking of cluster analysis and whether it makes sense to force everyone into one and only one of a set of discrete b...

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R and other open source tools for Civil Engineering

October 21, 2015
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Open source software has caused a quiet revolution in computing since the creation of the GPL license by Richard Stallman back in 1989. Yet it has been slow to gain ascendency in many areas, including Civil Engineering. This short post discusses this issue in the context of the uptake of QGIS and R for spatial analysis work, with reference to a lecture delivered...

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Dealing with Imposter Syndrome in Graduate School

October 14, 2015
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Dealing with Imposter Syndrome in Graduate School

In my post of recommendations for first-year students, I discussed some tips and viewpoints to help the practical, pragmatic aspects about being a first year student. In this post, I'd like to discuss the common misconceptions/viewpoints that are destructive to new students. The Dunning-Kruger effect I know something, so everyone else is dumb You just

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Dealing with Imposter Syndrome in Graduate School

October 14, 2015
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Dealing with Imposter Syndrome in Graduate School

In my post of recommendations for first-year students, I discussed some tips and viewpoints to help the practical, pragmatic aspects about being a first year student. In this post, I'd like to discuss the common misconceptions/viewpoints that are destructive to new students. The Dunning-Kruger effect I know something, so everyone else is dumb You just

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Learning R: Index of Online R Courses, October 2015

October 8, 2015
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Learning R: Index of Online R Courses, October 2015

by Joseph Rickert Early October: somewhere the leaves are turning brilliant colors, temperatures are cooling down and that back to school feeling is in the air. And for more people than ever before, it is going to seem to be a good time to commit to really learning R. I have some suggestions for R courses below, but first:...

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Introduction to Hypothesis Driven Development — Overview of a Simple Strategy and Indicator Hypotheses

September 3, 2015
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Introduction to Hypothesis Driven Development — Overview of a Simple Strategy and Indicator Hypotheses

This post will begin to apply a hypothesis-driven development framework (that is, the framework written by Brian Peterson on how … Continue reading →

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Introduction to Hypothesis Driven Development — Overview of a Simple Strategy and Indicator Hypotheses

September 3, 2015
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Introduction to Hypothesis Driven Development — Overview of a Simple Strategy and Indicator Hypotheses

This post will begin to apply a hypothesis-driven development framework (that is, the framework written by Brian Peterson on how … Continue reading →

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16 new R jobs (from R-users.com ; 2015-08-31)

August 31, 2015
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16 new R jobs (from R-users.com ; 2015-08-31)

This is the bimonthly post (for 2015-08-31) for new R Jobs from R-users.com. Employers: you may visit this link to post a new R job to the R community (it’s free and quick). Job seekers: please follow the links below to learn more and apply for your job of interest (or go to R-users.com to see all the R jobs that are currently available) Full-Time Quantitative Analyst in Rain & Hail...

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New R titles available in Chinese

August 26, 2015
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New R titles available in Chinese

by Andrie de Vries A few days ago I received an unexpected parcel in my letterbox. To my delight, it turned out to be a translation into Simplified Chinese of R for Dummies, co-authored by myself and Joris Meys. Let me clarify: Joris and I wrote the book, but were not involved in the translation at all. The Wiley...

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