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Conditional Drawdown Exploration

May 31, 2012
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Conditional Drawdown Exploration

After reading Strub, Issam S., Trade Sizing Techniques for Drawdown and Tail Risk Control (May 21, 2012), I thought I should try to tie this with 2 other good R pieces on Conditional Drawdown: http://systematicinvestor.wordpress.com/2011/11/01/minimiz...

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ABC+EL=no D(ata)

May 27, 2012
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ABC+EL=no D(ata)

It took us a loooong while but we finally ended up completing a paper on ABC using empirical likelihood (EL) that was started by me listening to Brunero Liseo’s tutorial in O’Bayes-2011 in Shanghai… Brunero mentioned empirical likelihood as a semi-parametric technique w/o much Bayesian connections and this got me thinking

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Facebook-class social network analysis with R and Hadoop

May 25, 2012
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Facebook-class social network analysis with R and Hadoop

In computing, social networks are traditionally represented as graphs: a connection of nodes (people), pairs of which may be connected by edges (friend relationships). Visually, the social networks can then be represented like this: Social network analysis often amounts to calculating the statistics on a graph like this: the number of edges (friends) connected to a particular node (person),...

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Should I be nice?

May 18, 2012
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Should I be nice?

I got the following email. Subject: i have a question? Date: May 18, 2012 7:57:56 AM CDT how can i enter the data of QTL analysis. That was the whole thing. I presume that the writer wishes to use my R/qtl software. I could probably respond helpfully (for example, “See the sample data files and

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Stepping Outside My Open-Source Comfort Zone: A First Look at Golden Helix SVS

May 16, 2012
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Stepping Outside My Open-Source Comfort Zone: A First Look at Golden Helix SVS

I'm a huge supporter of the Free and Open Source Software movement. I've written more about R than anything else on this blog, all the code I post here is free and open-source, and a while back I invited you to steal this blog under a cc-by-sa license....

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Setting up StatET & Eclipse in Windows

May 15, 2012
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Setting up StatET & Eclipse in Windows

A view of the StatET plugin in the Juno Eclipse. The environment is perfect for developing R packages and creating more complex functions.I wanted to write about creating R-packages in Windows but after trying to get StatET to work seamlessly...

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useR! 2012: Call for Late-Breaking Posters; REGULAR REGISTRATION ENDS 12May

May 12, 2012
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*** Call for Late-breaking Posters *** Abstracts may be submitted for posters presenting recent developments and late-breaking applications of R, on topics as indicated in the earlier call for abstracts: http://biostat.mc.vanderbilt.edu/UseR-2012#Call_for_Abstracts_and_Tutorial Late-breaking posters will be displayed during the poster session alongside regular posters, and they will appear in the electronically published book of abstracts for the conference. However, these...

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R – some introductory material

May 12, 2012
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R is a statistical programming language and can be a little scary at first. I learned it during my first statistics class. While others used Stata, I decided to try if I could do the tasks in R. That was probably one of my best research-choices.My main source of knowledge was Quick-R that's an excellent resource. It...

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In case you missed it: April 2012 Roundup

May 10, 2012
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from April of particular interest to R users. Information Age published a feature article on R, describing how new graduates are driving adoption of R in industry. Bob Muenchen has updated his list of R package equivalents to SAS and SPSS procedures. A history of Data Science, including Bill Cleveland's...

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Learn formatR in Two Minutes

May 8, 2012
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Anthony made a video tutorial on how to use the formatR package, which I think is pretty cool:I wish I could speak English as fast as him...

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