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useR 2013 was a blast!

July 14, 2013
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useR 2013 was a blast!

I had a great time at useR 2013 in Albacete, Spain. The food was great, the people were fun and the weather was hot. A pleasant surprise was that I won the useR data analysis contest with my submission “Modeling Match Results in La Liga Using a Hierarchical Bayesian Poisson Model.” It was a fun exercise modeling football...

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UseR! 2013 Highlights

July 13, 2013
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The conference was excellent this year. My highlights: Bojan Mihaljevic gave a great presentation on machine learning models built from network models. Their package isn't on CRAN yet, but I'm really looking forward to it. Jim Harner's presentation ...

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Reflections on UseR! 2013

July 12, 2013
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This week I’ve been at the R Users conference in Albacete, Spain. These conferences are a little unusual in that they are not really about research, unlike most conferences I attend. They provide a place for people to discuss and exchange ideas on how R can be used. Here are some thoughts and highlights of the conference, in no...

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UseR! 2013: it’s a wrap!

July 12, 2013
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UseR! 2013: it’s a wrap!

Steve Scott (Google) presents at useR! 2013, July 12 2013 The 2013 UseR! conference has drawn to a close in Albacete, Spain. The conference organizers did a fantastic job putting together a jam-packed presentation and social program for the 350+ R users in attendance. Here are just a few of my highlights from the last couple of days: Duncan...

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Popularity bigdata / large data packages in R and ffbase useR presentation

Popularity bigdata / large data packages in R and ffbase useR presentation

(This article was first published on BNOSAC - Belgium Network of Open Source Analytical Consultants, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) A few weeks ago, Rstudio released it's download logs, showing who downloaded R packages through their CRAN mirror. More info: http://blog.rstudio.org/2013/06/10/rstudio-cran-mirror/ This is very nice information and it can be used to show the popularity of packages with R, which has...

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Expected Points by Position Rank in Fantasy Football

July 10, 2013
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Expected Points by Position Rank in Fantasy Football

In this post, I calculate the expected fantasy points scored by players based on their position and position rank.  This post is modeled after a post by Chase Stuart (see here), where he calculated players' expected fantasy points as a functi...

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Expected Points by Position Rank in Fantasy Football

July 10, 2013
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Expected Points by Position Rank in Fantasy Football

In this post, I calculate the expected fantasy points scored by players based on their position and position rank.  This post is modeled after a post by Chase Stuart (see here and The post Expected Points by Position Rank in Fantasy Football appeared first on Fantasy Football Analytics.

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Types in lambda.r versus classes in S4

July 10, 2013
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Types in lambda.r versus classes in S4

Here’s a quick example of the power of lambda.r and how it simplifies the programming model. On the r-devel mailing …Continue reading »

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UK dialect maps

July 10, 2013
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UK dialect maps

A few weeks ago Joshua Katz published some awesome dialect maps of the United States with the help of a web interface coded with Shiny. Now we propose a similar setup for the UK data based on our rapporter.net "R-as-a-Service" with some further add-ons, like regional comparison and dynamic textual analysis of the differences: You may...

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Unicode Tips in Python 2 and R

July 9, 2013
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Unicode Tips in Python 2 and R

Most of time, I don’t need to deal with different encodings at all. When possible, I use ASCII characters. And when there is a little processing in Chinese characters or other Unicode characters, I use .Net languages or JVM languages, in which every string is Unicode and of course when the characters are displayed they are displayed as characters...

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