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Creating a Presentation with LaTeX Beamer – Getting Started

July 2, 2010
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Creating a Presentation with LaTeX Beamer – Getting Started

The LaTeX beamer package can be used to create appealing presentations for many applications. A working knowledge of LaTeX is required but once the initial learning curve and transition is made from a visual word processor to a markup based approach the benefits are worth the initial investment of time. Title Pages In a previous post we

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MMDS 2010

June 21, 2010
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The 2010 Workshop on Algorithms for Modern Massive Data Sets (MMDS 2010) finished up this past Friday (June 18th) at Stanford. This was an exceptionally well organized conference: four days of mind-stretching talks on algorithm development and the challenges of working with massive data sets approached from almost every conceivable angle. The approximately 100 attendees were a diverse group...

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QSPR modeling with signatures

June 20, 2010
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QSPR modeling with signatures

I had to dig deep to find posts on QSAR modeling. There are quite a few on QSAR in Bioclipse, but that focuses on the descriptor calculation. In a quick scan, I could only spot two modeling posts:The CDK/Metabolomics/Chemometrics Unconference resultsWh...

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June 20, online Registration deadline for useR! 2010

June 13, 2010
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useR!2010 is coming. I am going to give two talks there (I will write more of that soon), but in the meantime, please note that the online registration deadline is coming to an end. This was published on the R-help mailing list today: ————- The final registration deadline for the R User Conference is June 20, 2010, one week...

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biomaRt and GenomeGraphs: a worked example

June 6, 2010
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biomaRt and GenomeGraphs: a worked example

As promised a few posts ago, another demonstration of the excellent biomaRt package, this time in conjunction with GenomeGraphs. Here’s what we’re going to do: Grab some public microarray data Normalise and get a list of the most differentially-expressed probesets Use biomaRt to fetch the genes associated with those probesets Plot the data using GenomeGraphs

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Baseball, basketball, and (not) getting better as time marches on

June 2, 2010
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Baseball, basketball, and (not) getting better as time marches on

PROS ARE NOT GETTING BETTER AT FREE THROWS Rick Larrick recently told Decision Science News that baseball players have been getting better over the years in a couple ways. First, home runs and strikeouts have increased. The careless or clueless reader might note that this is curious, for from the batter’s perspective home runs are

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Data preparation for Social Network Analysis using R and Gephi

June 2, 2010
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Data preparation for Social Network Analysis using R and Gephi

I want to share my experience in generating the data for social network analysis using R and analyzing it using Gephi... WHICH DATA STRUCTURE TO USE FOR LARGE GRAPHS?I quickly realized that using edge lists and adjacency matrix gets difficult as the g...

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WU Wien presentations

Last week I had the opportunity to spend a few days at the Institute for Statistics and Mathematics of the WU Vienna / Wirtschaftsuniversitaet Wien. On Thursday, I gave a seminar on Rcpp and RInside introducing all the recent work with Romain on makin...

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WU Wien presentations

May 27, 2010
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Last week I had the opportunity to spend a few days at the Institute for Statistics and Mathematics of the WU Vienna / Wirtschaftsuniversitaet Wien. On Thursday, I gave a seminar on Rcpp and RInside introducing all the recent work with Romain on making...

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WU Wien presentations

Last week I had the opportunity to spend a few days at the Institute for Statistics and Mathematics of the WU Vienna / Wirtschaftsuniversitaet Wien. On Thursday, I gave a seminar on Rcpp and RInside introducing all the recent work with Romain on makin...

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