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10 new R jobs from around the world (2016-01-11)

January 11, 2016
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10 new R jobs from around the world (2016-01-11)

This is the bi-monthly R-bloggers post (for 2016-01-11) for new R Jobs. To post your R job on the next post Just visit this link and post a new R job to the R community (it’s free and quick). New R jobs Full-Time Quantitative R Developer @ Cyberjaya, Selangor, Malaysia Binary.com – Posted by Jean-Yves Sireau Cyberjaya Selangor, Malaysia 10 Jan2016 Full-Time Data Analyst (over 100K/year) @...

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Revolution R Open Performance Improvements

January 11, 2016
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Revolution R Open Performance Improvements

Since last year Revolution Analytics has been publishing beta versions of Revolution R Open and finally in April this year they released RRO 8.0.3. The current release is RRO 3.2.2 (naming was adapted to fit the R version it is built upon). This post will give you an introduction on my favorite new features, how The post

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A video tutorial on R programming – The essentials

January 10, 2016
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A video tutorial on  R programming – The essentials

Here is a my video tutorial on R programming – The essentials. This tutorial is meant for those who would like to learn R,  for R beginners or for those who would like to get a quick start on R. This tutorial  tries to focus on those  main functions that any R programmer is likely

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digest 0.6.9

January 8, 2016
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A new release, now at version number 0.6.9, of the digest package is now on CRAN. I also just prepared the Debian upload. This release is very large part the work of Thierry Onkelinx who added stable sha1 support in a new function sha1(). Here, stabl...

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AsioHeaders 1.11.0-1

January 7, 2016
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Making it easier to use C++ in R has been a really nice and rewarding side effect of the work on Rcpp. One really good idea came from something Jay Emerson, Michael Kane and had I kicked about for way too long: shipping Boost headers for easier use by R and

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Getting Started with Markov Chains

January 7, 2016
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Getting Started with Markov Chains

by Joseph Rickert There are number of R packages devoted to sophisticated applications of Markov chains. These include msm and SemiMarkov for fitting multistate models to panel data, mstate for survival analysis applications, TPmsm for estimating transition probabilities for 3-state progressive disease models, heemod for applying Markov models to health care economic applications, HMM and depmixS4 for fitting Hidden...

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purrr 0.2.0

January 6, 2016
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purrr 0.2.0

I’m pleased to announce purrr 0.2.0. Purrr fills in the missing pieces in R’s functional programming tools, and is designed to make your pure (and now) type-stable functions purrr. I’m still working out exactly what purrr should do, and how it compares to existing functions in base R, dplyr, and tidyr. One main insight that

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The Making of a Star Wars Package

January 6, 2016
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By Stephanie Locke After some conversations at the coffee maker yesterday, I accepted the challenge of, wait for it… BUILDING A STAR WARS THEMED R PACKAGE! Some quick Googling found a JavaScript library that will generate some Star Wars based … Continue reading →

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Review: Learning Shiny

January 5, 2016
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Review: Learning Shiny

I was asked to review Learning Shiny (Hernán G. Resnizky, Packt Publishing, 2015). I found the book to be useful, motivating and generally easy to read. I'd already spent some time dabbling with Shiny, but the book helped me graduate from paddling in the shallows to wading out into the Shiny sea. The book states The post

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Regression with Splines: Should we care about Non-Significant Components?

January 4, 2016
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Regression with Splines: Should we care about Non-Significant Components?

Following the course of this morning, I got a very interesting question from a student of mine. The question was about having non-significant components in a splineregression.  Should we consider a model with a small number of knots and all components significant, or one with a (much) larger number of knots, and a lot of knots non-significant? My initial intuition was to...

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