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Videos on Data Analysis with R: Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced Resources

May 4, 2010
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Videos on Data Analysis with R: Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced Resources

If you want to learn about R through videos, there are now a large number of options.This post provides links to many of these video under the headings of:(a) What is R?(b) Introductory R, and(c) Intermediate and Advanced R.What is R?If you are evaluat...

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Videos on Data Analysis with R: Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced Resources

May 4, 2010
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If you want to learn about R through videos, there are now a large number of options. This post provides links to many of these video under the headings of: (a) What is R? (b) Introductory R, and (c) Intermediate and Advanced R. What is R?If you are...

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You won, but how much was luck and how much was skill?

May 4, 2010
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You won, but how much was luck and how much was skill?

In baseball, what are the chances the winner will win again against the same opponent the very next day?

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Estimating Missing Data with aregImpute() {R}

April 19, 2010
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  Missing Data Soil scientists routinely sample, characterize, and summarize patterns in soil properties in space, with depth, and through time. Invariably, some samples will be lost or sufficient funds required for complete characterization can run out. In these cases the scientist is left with a data table that contains holes (so to speak) in the rows/columns that are...

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GLMM using DPpackage

April 9, 2010
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GLMM using DPpackage

I was able to fit a semi-parametric Bayesian GLMM model using DPpackage. It took me many hours to sample from the posterior distribution (DPM prior):MCMC scan 1000 of 5000 (CPU time: 18950.080 s)MCMC scan 2000 of 5000 (CPU time: 22510.100 s)M...

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Cherry Picking to Generalize ~ NASA Global Temperature Trends

April 6, 2010
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Cherry Picking to Generalize ~ NASA Global Temperature Trends

The relatively (to this decade) cool 2008 global temperatures spurred talks of a warming pause, or even global cooling. The claim usually comes from people who cherry picked either data sets and(!)/or start and end points of the global temperature trends to back up their allegation. The blogosphere already has a lot on this: Skeptical

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Le Monde rank test (corr’d)

April 6, 2010
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Le Monde rank test (corr’d)

Since my first representation of the rank statistic as paired was incorrect, here is the histogram produced by the simulation perm=sample(1:20) saple=sum(abs(sort(perm)-sort(perm))) when . It is obviously much closer to zero than previously. An interesting change is that the regression of the log-mean on produces > lm(log(memean)~log(enn)) Call: lm(formula = log(memean) ~ log(enn)) Coefficients: (Intercept)    

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A free book on Geostatistical Mapping with R

April 2, 2010
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A free book on Geostatistical Mapping with R

Tomislav Hengl of the University of Amsterdam has published new book, A Practical Guide to Geostatistical Mapping. It's jam-packed with 291 pages on mapping and analyzing spatial data using free software including R, SAGA, GRASS, ILWIS and Google Earth, and freely-available map data. The book itself is also available for free, as an Open Access Publication. You can order...

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Opening Statements on Markov Chain Monte Carlo

April 1, 2010
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Opening Statements on Markov Chain Monte Carlo

This quarter I am TAing UCLA’s Statistics 102C. Introduction to Monte Carlo Methods for Professor Qing Zhou. This course did not exist when I was an undergraduate, and I think it is pretty rare to teach Monte Carlo (minus the bootstrap if you count that) or MCMC to undergrads. I am excited about this class because to me, MCMC...

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Quantile LOESS – Combining a moving quantile window with LOESS (R function)

April 1, 2010
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Quantile LOESS – Combining a moving quantile window with LOESS (R function)

In this post I will provide R code that implement’s the combination of repeated running quantile with the LOESS smoother to create a type of “quantile LOESS” (e.g: “Local Quantile Regression”). This method is useful when the need arise to fit robust and resistant (Need to be verified) a smoothed line for a quantile (an example for such a...

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