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R ahp package on github

December 21, 2015
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R ahp package on github

AHP lets you analyse complex decision making problems. We have recently released the initial version of the R ahp package on github: gluc/ahp. What is AHP? The Analytic Hierarchy Process is a decision making framework developed by Thomas Saaty. Read this entry on Wikipedia for more information. There is commercial software available to use this methodology for The post

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6 benefits of learning Tableau (a BI tool for interactive visualization)

December 19, 2015
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Guest post by Kirill Eremenko Source: www.tableau.com I teach Tableau through Udemy, and would like to offer you the following six points to help you decide if Tableau is a tool you should learn: (If you decide you are interested, readers of R-bloggers may take the course for $15 instead of $300 until December 24th, just click here to make...

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IBM DataScientistWorkBench = OpenRefine + RStudio + Jupyter Notebooks in the Cloud, Via Your Browser

December 18, 2015
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IBM DataScientistWorkBench = OpenRefine + RStudio + Jupyter Notebooks in the Cloud, Via Your Browser

One of the many things on my “to do” list is to put together a blogged script that wires together RStudio, Jupyter notebook server, Shiny server, OpenRefine, PostgreSQL and MongDB containers, and perhaps data extraction services like Apache Tika or Tabula and a few OpenRefine style reconciliation services, along with a common shared data container,

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RTutor: Public Procurement Auctions: Design, Outcomes and Adaption Costs

December 18, 2015
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RTutor: Public Procurement Auctions: Design, Outcomes and Adaption Costs

As an economist, I consider public procurement of construction projects a very interesting topic. While several firms may initially bid for a project and propose prices, the news in Germany are regulary filled with construction projects whose costs went far beyond those that were initially agreed upon. For example, Wikipedia states that when the city of Hamburg initially signed...

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How to Learn R

December 10, 2015
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There are tons of resources to help you learn the different aspects of R, and as a beginner this can be overwhelming. It’s also a dynamic language and rapidly changing, so it’s important to keep up with the latest tools and technologies. That’s why R-bloggers and DataCamp have worked together to bring you a learning path for R. Each section...

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How I Use Vagrant and Docker in Consultancy Projects

December 9, 2015
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By Doug Ashton – Data Scientist, UK Just like you I like to try out all the latest tech. If there’s a new feature in Shiny then I’ll download the latest version without thinking. I’ve currently got 4 versions of … Continue reading →

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A Discrete Time Markov Chain (DTMC) SIR Model in R

December 8, 2015
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A Discrete Time Markov Chain (DTMC) SIR Model in R

There are many different techniques that be used to model physical, social, economic, and conceptual systems. The purpose of this post is to show how the Kermack-McKendrick (1927) formulation of the SIR

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Just published: Mastering RStudio [Free Sample]

December 7, 2015
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Just published: Mastering RStudio [Free Sample]

After nearly 10 month of work, Max(@nierhoff) and I are really happy to announce that our new book Mastering RStudio – Develop, Communicate, and Collaborate with R was just published. This book is aimed at R developers and analysts who wish to do R statistical development while taking advantage of RStudio´s functionality to ease development The post

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A short video tutorial on my R package cricketr

December 7, 2015
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A short video tutorial on my R package cricketr

Take a look at my short video presentation my R package cricketr Also see 1. Sixer – R package cricketr’s new Shiny Avatar 2. Literacy in India : A deepR dive. 3.  Natural Language Processing: What would Shakespeare say? 4. Revisiting crimes against women in India 5. Dabbling with Weiner filter with OpenCV 6.  A method

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Scholar indices (h-index and g-index) in PubMed with RISmed

December 7, 2015
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Scholar indices (h-index and g-index) in PubMed with RISmed

Scholar indices are intended to measure the contributions of authors to their fields of research. Jorge E. Hirsch suggested the h-index in 2005 as an author-level metric intended to measure both the productivity and citation impact of the publications of an author. An author has index h if h of his or her N papers

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