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Last chance to register for the R in Insurance conference

June 30, 2014
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Last chance to register for the R in Insurance conference

The registration for the 2nd R in Insurance conference at Cass Business School London will close this Friday, 4 July. The programme includes talks from international practitioners and leading academics, see below. For more details and registration visi...

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An R package with all injury intent deaths registered in Mexico 2004-2012

December 17, 2013
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This is a data only package containing all injury intent deaths (accidents, suicides, homicides, legal interventions, and deaths of unspecified intent) registered by the SSA/INEGI from 2004 to 2012. The data source for the database is the INEGI. In a...

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Federal Register API/R Package Ideas?

September 21, 2012
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The other day Critical Juncture put up an API for the Federal Register. I thought it would be great if there was a package that could use this API to download data directly into R (much like the excellent WDI package). This would make it easier to anal...

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Virginia: Comparison of Registered Voter Counts to Census Voting Age Population

August 29, 2012
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Virginia: Comparison of Registered Voter Counts to Census Voting Age Population

By Earl F Glynn | Franklin Center A comparison of US Census voting age population data in Virginia to voter registration data shows only one locality, Surry County, with about 100% of the voting age population registered to vote. Six other localities have about 95% of their voting age population registered:  Craig County, Isle of

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Missouri: Comparison of Registered Voter Counts to Census Voting Age Population

August 13, 2012
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Missouri:  Comparison of Registered Voter Counts to Census Voting Age Population

By Earl F Glynn | Franklin Center A comparison of US Census voting age population data in Missouri to voter registration data shows a number of Missouri counties have bloated voter registration lists. Charts by county for the years 2000 to 2012 show how counties are maintaining their voter lists. Voter fraud potential is higher

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The Register profiles Revolution Analytics

March 23, 2011
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Tech news site The Register has just published an in-depth profile of Revolution Analytics. It was great meeting the author Dan Olds at Revolution HQ a couple of weeks ago, and sharing with him why we think the R language is the way forward for data science: modern, applied, large-scale statistical analysis. He captures that sentiment perfectly in the...

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Guns are cool – time effects

July 19, 2014
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Guns are cool – time effects

September last year I made a post using the shootingtracker data. It is attempted in shootingtracker to register all shootings with at least four victims, be they wounded or dead. The data starts  January 1st 2013, which means that by now the...

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Creating an Interactive Map of Craft Breweries in VA Using the plotly R Package

July 18, 2014
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Creating an Interactive Map of Craft Breweries in VA Using the plotly R Package

Well folks, another new year’s resolution down the drain. I was initially shooting for a post each month for 2014. More projects came. Plates were full. Plates were emptied. More plates were filled again. I think I will just alter my resolution to 12 posts this year. That’s a fair compromise with myself, right? That’s

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RStudio presents Essential Tools for Data Science with R

July 16, 2014
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RStudio presents Essential Tools for Data Science with R

The RStudio team recently rolled out new capabilities in RStudio, shiny, ggvis, dplyr, knitr, R Markdown, and packrat. The “Essential Tools for Data Science with R” free webinar series is the perfect place to learn more about the power of these R packages from the authors themselves. Click to learn more and register for one or

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R Notes: vectors

July 12, 2014
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  R is different from C family languages. It has a C syntax, but a Lisp semantics. Programmers from C/C++/Java world would find many usages in R adhoc and need to memorize special cases. This is because they use R from a C's perspective. R is a very...

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