# 2903 search results for "TwitteR"

## ultimate R recursion

January 31, 2012
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One of my students wrote the following code for his R exam, trying to do accept-reject simulation (of a Rayleigh distribution) and constant approximation at the same time: which I find remarkable if alas doomed to fail! I wonder if there exists a (real as opposed to fantasy) computer language where you could introduce constants

## the Art of R Programming [guest post]

January 30, 2012
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(This post is the preliminary version of a book review by Alessandra Iacobucci, to appear in CHANCE. Enjoy !) As Rob J. Hyndman enthusiastically declares in his blog, “this is a gem of a book”. I would go even further and argue that The Art of R programming is a

## Sentiment Analysis, the R way, on Netflix’s September 18th Announcement

January 30, 2012
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Re-posting this blog from my other blog on Analytics (http://allthingsbusinessanalytics.blogspot.com/)Did Netflix make a bad move or a bold move, only time will tell but for now here is a simple sentiment analysis using R and TwitteR pac...

## Updated Sentiment Analysis and a Word Cloud for Netflix – The R Way!

January 30, 2012
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The Netflix investors must be happy and cheerful as the stock is up more than 78% since the beginning of the year (YES, 78%, Source: Yahoo Finance!).  I am not going to talk about what turned the stock around after a much talked/hyp...

## Multiple Factor Model – Fundamental Data

January 28, 2012
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The Multiple Factor Model can be used to decompose returns and calculate risk. Following are some examples of the Multiple Factor Models: The expected returns factor model: Commonality In The Determinants Of Expected Stock Returns by R. Haugen, N. Baker (1996) The expected returns factor model: CSFB Quantitative Research, Alpha Factor Framework on page 11,

## Le Monde puzzle [#755?]

January 27, 2012
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Le Monde puzzle of last weekend was about sudoku-like matrices. Consider an (n,n) matrix containing the integers from 1 to n². The matrix is “friendly” if the set of the sums of the rows is equal to the set of the sum of the columns. Find examples for n=4,5,6. Why is there no friendly matrix

## Experimenting With iGraph – and a Hint Towards Ways of Measuring Engagement?

January 27, 2012
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For fear of being left way behind as Martin Hawksey starts to get to grips with R, (see for example how he’s using R to automate the annotation of Google Spreadsheets with calculations that don’t come readily or efficiently to hand in Google Spreadsheets itself), I thought I better try to get to grips with

## Filtering a list with the Filter higher-order function

January 26, 2012
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Last week markbulling over at Drunks & Lampposts posted a method of using sapply to filter a list by a predicate. Today the @RLangTip tip of the day was to use sapply similarly. This made makes me wonder if R‘s … Continue reading →

## All I Don’t Know About Surveys

January 26, 2012
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I believe my survey experiment Survey Time illustrated later in this post and in Google’s Visualization of Survey Responses mainly pointed out how ignorant I am about the very complicated science of surveying from building the survey to the visualiza...

## Penny pinching yields pennies

January 26, 2012
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A Greek Professor of Economics has written up a thought-provoking series of articles on complexity fetishism. As part of his …Continue reading »