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R Beginner’s Guide Book Update 10/1/2010

October 1, 2010
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R Beginner’s Guide Book Update 10/1/2010

Update: Statistical Analysis with R is now available!I recently submitted the final drafts of all chapters of my R Beginner's Guide book, which is to be published through Packt. The official publishing timeline is set to December 2010, although the boo...

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R Beginner’s Guide Book Update 10/1/2010

October 1, 2010
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R Beginner’s Guide Book Update 10/1/2010

Update: Statistical Analysis with R is now available!I recently submitted the final drafts of all chapters of my R Beginner's Guide book, which is to be published through Packt. The official publishing timeline is set to December 2010, although the boo...

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Moshtemp 5.1

September 29, 2010
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Moshtemp 5.1

Time for another dump of the entire package. Get the zip file 5.1 in the box to the right. ( shortly). unzip and run the following files if you havent already: 1. downloadall.R 2. setup.R If you are running for the first time, You’ll note I added diagnostics. Sometimes the files get corrupted on download

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Galton & simulation

September 27, 2010
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Galton & simulation

Stephen Stigler has written a paper in the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A on Francis Galton’s analysis of (his cousin) Charles Darwin’ Origin of Species, leading to nothing less than Bayesian analysis and accept-reject algorithms! “On September 10th, 1885, Francis Galton ushered in a new era of Statistical Enlightenment with an address

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R Function of the Day: foodweb

September 21, 2010
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R Function of the Day: foodweb

The R Function of the Day series will focus on describing in plain language how certain R functions work, focusing on simple examples that you can apply to gain insight into your own data. Today, I will discuss the foodweb function, found in...

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R Function of the Day: foodweb

September 21, 2010
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R Function of the Day: foodweb

The R Function of the Day series will focus on describing in plain language how certain R functions work, focusing on simple examples that you can apply to gain insight into your own data. Today, I will discuss the foodweb function, found in...

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The R-Files: Hadley Wickham

September 21, 2010
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The R-Files: Hadley Wickham

"The R-Files" is an occasional series from Revolution Analytics, where we profile prominent members of the R Community. Name: Hadley Wickham Profession: Assistant Professor of Statistics, Rice University Nationality: New Zealand Years Using R: 10 Known for: Developing popular R packages including ggplot2, plyr, reshape; creator of crantastic.org; author of ggplot2: Elegant Graphics for Data Analysis An Assistant Professor...

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Why Use ProjectTemplate or Any Other Framework?

September 19, 2010
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We use frameworks like Ruby on Rails or ProjectTemplate to minimize the time we spend on irrelevant details. By definition, an irrelevant detail isn’t of interest to us. But how can we tell which details are irrelevant? This isn’t a trivial task and it seems to be, on the surface, a profoundly subjective matter. Thankfully,

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Julien on R shortcomings

September 8, 2010
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Julien on R shortcomings

Julien Cornebise posted a rather detailed set of comments (from Jasper!) that I thought was interesting and thought-provoking enough (!) to promote to a guest post. Here it is , then, to keep the debate rolling (with my only censoring being the removal of smileys!). (Please keep in mind that I do not endorse everything

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In{s}a(ne)!!

September 5, 2010
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In{s}a(ne)!!

Having missed the earliest entry by Radford last month, due to disconnection in Yosemite, I was stunned to read his three entries of the past month about R performances being significantly modify when changing brackets with curly brackets! I (obviously!) checked on my own machine and found indeed the changes in system.time uncovered by Radford…

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