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Attitudes Modeled as Networks

December 10, 2015
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Attitudes Modeled as Networks

In case you missed it, Jonas Dalege and his colleagues at the PsychoSystems research group have recently published an article in Psychological Review detailing how attitudes can be represented as network graphs. It is all done using R and a dataset tha...

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Deploying Your Very Own Shiny Server

December 8, 2015
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Deploying Your Very Own Shiny Server

Nicole has been having a lot of fun the last few days creating her own Shiny apps. We work in the same space, and let’s just say her enthusiasm is very contagious. While

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Building Shiny apps – an interactive tutorial

December 7, 2015
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Building Shiny apps – an interactive tutorial

This tutorial was originally developed for the STAT545 course at UBC, but I decided to publish it shortly afterwards so that more people can benefit from it Shiny is a package from RStudio that can be used to build interactive web pages with R. While that may sound scary because of the words “web pages”, it’s geared...

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Building Shiny apps – an interactive tutorial

December 7, 2015
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Building Shiny apps – an interactive tutorial

This tutorial was originally developed for the STAT545 course at UBC, but I decided to publish it shortly afterwards so that more people can benefit from it. This version also contains new sections the original lecture didn’t have. Shiny is a package from RStudio that can be used to build interactive web pages with R. While that...

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Feature Selection with caret’s Genetic Algorithm Option

December 3, 2015
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Feature Selection with caret’s Genetic Algorithm Option

by Joseph Rickert If there is anything that experienced machine learning practitioners are likely to agree on, it would be the importance of careful and thoughtful feature engineering. The judicious selection of which predictor variables to include in a model often has a more beneficial effect on overall classifier performance than the choice of the classification algorithm itself. This...

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RStudio Essentials Webinar Series

December 1, 2015
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RStudio Essentials Webinar Series

The RStudio IDE is bursting with capabilities and features. Do you know how to use them all? Tomorrow, we begin an “RStudio Essentials” webinar series. This will be the perfect way to learn how to use the IDE to its fullest.  The series is broken into six sections always on a Wednesday at 11 a.m. EDT: Programming Part 1 (Writing code

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Last day – get access to all the R courses at DataCamp for $9 (for the first month)

November 30, 2015
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DataCamp is offering R-bloggers readers a holiday promotion. For just $9 (instead of $25) You can gain access to their full curriculum of online R courses, videos and interactive coding challenges. With hands-on learning and instruction from leading experts such as Garrett Grolemund (RStudio), Matt Dowle (data.table) and Bob Muenchen (r4stats), DataCamp’s premium courses can help you acquire new R...

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laptop-friendly analysis of the census of 82 countries with r and monetdb

November 30, 2015
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laptop-friendly analysis of the census of 82 countries with r and monetdb

the integrated public use microdata series international (ipumsi) has been my white whale since i started in survey research.  non-demographers, perhaps think of this repository as a martryoshka varanasi-kaaba-ark of the covenant: nothing compares...

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Accessing APIs from R (and a little R programming)

November 26, 2015
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(This article was first published on Turning numbers into stories, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) Working with APIs Christoph Waldhauser 22/11/2015 APIs are the driving force behind data mash-ups. It is APIs that allow machines to access data programmatically – that is automatically from within a program – to make use of API provided functionalities and data. Without APIs...

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R online classes with leading experts at statistics.com (33% discount)

November 24, 2015
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Statistics.com is an online learning website with 100+ courses in statistics, analytics, data mining, text mining, forecasting, social network analysis, spatial analysis, etc. They have kindly agreed to offer R-Bloggers readers a reduced rate of $399 for any of their 23 courses in R, Python, SQL or SAS.  These are high-impact courses, each 4-weeks long (normally costing up to $589).  They...

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