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Top 20 R posts of 2011 (and some R-bloggers statistics)

January 1, 2012
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Top 20 R posts of 2011 (and some R-bloggers statistics)

R-bloggers.com is now two years young. The site is an (unofficial) online R journal written by bloggers who agreed to contribute their R articles to the site. In this post I wish to celebrate R-bloggers’ second birthmounth by sharing with you: Links to the top 20 posts of 2011 Statistics on “how well” R-bloggers did Read more...

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R 2.14.1 is released

December 22, 2011
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Peter Dalgaard announced today the release of the new R version 2.14.1.  Bellow is the announcement.  For R users who are using windows, I suggest to also have a look at one of the following two posts, suggestion an alternative strategy for how to more easily upgrade R under Windows XP, or under windows 7 (which tends to have more permission...

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December 2011 issue of the R Journal: An overview

December 20, 2011
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December 2011 issue of the R Journal: An overview

The December 2011 issue of the R Journal is now available for download. Three times a year, the open-access journal of the R project publishes peer-reviewed articles on research and applications of R and R packages. As of the latest issue, all articles are published under a Creative Commons license, making them accessible for translation, academic and commercial uses...

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The R Journal (Volume 3/2, December 2011) is out

December 19, 2011
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The new R journal for December 2011 is out! You can Download the complete issue from here, while refereed articles may be downloaded individually using the links below: Table of Contents Editorial 3   Contributed Research Articles   Creating and Deploying an Application with (R)Excel and R  Thomas Baier, Erich Neuwirth and Michele De Meo 5 glm2: Fitting Generalized Linear Models...

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How to Become an Efficient and Collaborative R Programmer

December 12, 2011
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I may want to add a subtitle “Why R-Forge Must Die” (thinking of Barry Rowlingson’s talk earlier this year). I have been a GitHub user for two years, and I was mainly influenced by Hadley. Now I even feel a little bit addicted to GitHub (its slogan is “social coding”), because it is really convenient

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How to Become an Efficient and Collaborative R Programmer

December 12, 2011
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I may want to add a subtitle "Why R-Forge Must Die" (thinking of Barry Rowlingson's talk earlier this year). I have been a GitHub user for two years, and I was mainly influenced by Hadley. Now I even feel a little bit addicted to GitHub (its slogan is ...

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Introducing Biostatistics to first year LCG students

December 4, 2011
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Introducing Biostatistics to first year LCG students

Around two weeks ago I gave a talk via skype to the first year students from the Undergraduate Program on Genomic Sciences (LCG in Spanish) from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM in Spanish). The talk was under the context of the Introduction to Bioinformatics Seminar Series whose goal is to familiarize the new students with the bioinformatics...

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knitr: Elegant, flexible and fast dynamic report generation with R

December 1, 2011
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The world has changed. You can feel it on GitHub. You can smell it on Google+. The knitr package, as an alternative tool to Sweave, has features that you have been longing for, and features that you might have never imagined. Thumb through the PDF manu...

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knitr: Elegant, flexible and fast dynamic report generation with R

December 1, 2011
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The world has changed. You can feel it on GitHub. You can smell it on Google+. For those who have been struggling with Sweave, here comes the knitr package. It has features that you have been longing for, and features that you might have never imagined. Thumb through the PDF manual to see some of

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Materials of the “LaTeX for Psychological Researchers” course

November 23, 2011
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I have given a course on using LaTeX for psychological researchers. This course consisted of four lectures in which I discussed the following subjects: how to obtain a LaTeX distribution How to use LaTeX to write professional scientific reports How to use … Continue reading →

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