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Installing rgdal in Ubuntu 13.04

November 26, 2013
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The Geospatial Data Abstraction Library (GDAL) is a workhorse of digital mapping. Written in c++, it underpins many online and desktop geoprocessing programs including QGIS and GeoServer. Through its OGR library, GDAL enables the import and export of most common spatial data formats, including the trusty ESRI Shapefile. These features and more make access to GDAL capabilities critical for...

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Installing rgdal in Ubuntu 13.04

November 26, 2013
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The Geospatial Data Abstraction Library (GDAL) is a workhorse of digital mapping. Written in c++, it underpins many online and desktop geoprocessing programs including QGIS and GeoServer. Through its OGR library, GDAL enables the import and export of most common spatial data formats, including the trusty ESRI Shapefile. These features and more make access to GDAL capabilities critical for...

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Getting Started with Mixed Effect Models in R

November 25, 2013
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Getting Started with Multilevel Modeling in R Getting Started with Multilevel Modeling in R Jared E. Knowles Introduction Analysts dealing with grouped data and complex hierarchical structures in their data ranging from measurements nested within participants, to counties nested within states or students nested within classrooms often find themselves...

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Sending data from client to server and back using shiny

November 20, 2013
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Sending data from client to server and back using shiny

After some time of using shiny I got to the point where I needed to send some arbitrary data from the client to the server, process it with R and return some other data to the client. As a client/server programming newbie this was a challenge for me as I did not want to dive

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Penalizing P Values

November 19, 2013
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Penalizing P Values Ioannidis' paper suggesting that most published results in medical research are not true is now high profile enough that even my dad, an artist who wouldn't know a test statistic if it hit him in the face, knows about it. It has even...

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Analyze Facebook with R

November 19, 2013
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Analyze Facebook with R

Hello everybody! Today I found something very cool: There is a R package for mining Facebook. For Twitter there are different, but this is the first one really working well with Facebook. So I wanted to test it and was amazed about how easy it works. Setup: The first thing we need is a Facebook …

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Sixth Torino R net meeting

November 14, 2013
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Sixth Torino R net meeting

Sixth Torino R net meeting on 21 Nov 2013, Campus Luigi Einaudi, Università degli Studi di Torino, will have three presentations The importance of R in agrometeorology: a case study, Federico Spanna, Regione Piemonte Settore Fitosanitario; Claudio Cassardo, Università di Torino Dipartimento … Continue reading →

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Iterators in R

November 13, 2013
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According to Wikipedia, an iterator is “an object that enables a programmer to traverse a container”. A collection of items (stashed in a container) can be thought of as being “iterable” if there is a logical progression from one element to the next (so a list is iterable, while a set is not). An iterator

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Software inter-operability meeting in London

November 8, 2013
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Software inter-operability meeting in London

On the afternoon of 14 November, the RSS is hosting a joint meeting with the International Biometric Society at Errol Street. The topic is inter-operability, as in software packages talking to each other to make your life easier. This is … Continue reading →

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The R Backpages

November 7, 2013
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The R Backpages

by Joseph Rickert As an avid newspaper reader (I still get the print edition of the New York Times delivered every Sunday morning) I have always thought that some of the most interesting news is to be found in the back pages. So, in that spirit here are some things that I thought might be fit to print. Plotly...

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