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R on the iPhone

April 5, 2010
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R Twitterer ech0chrome reports that (s)he has successfully installed R on an iPhone. I haven't tried it myself, since it requires jailbreaking the iPhone, but full instructions have been posted to the R Wiki. It seems that once you have Debian installed on the iPhone, it's simply a matter of installing the required Debian packages. Seems like a neat...

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R-Node: a web front-end to R with Protovis

April 3, 2010
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R-Node: a web front-end to R with Protovis

Update (April 6 – 2010) : R-Node now has it’s own a website, with a dedicated google group (you can join it here) * * * * The integration of R into online web services is (for me) one of the more exciting prospects in R’s future. That is way I was very excited coming across Jamie...

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A free book on Geostatistical Mapping with R

April 2, 2010
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A free book on Geostatistical Mapping with R

Tomislav Hengl of the University of Amsterdam has published new book, A Practical Guide to Geostatistical Mapping. It's jam-packed with 291 pages on mapping and analyzing spatial data using free software including R, SAGA, GRASS, ILWIS and Google Earth, and freely-available map data. The book itself is also available for free, as an Open Access Publication. You can order...

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How to Produce Fake Data Analysis in R: 3 Easy Steps

April 2, 2010
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How to Produce Fake Data Analysis in R: 3 Easy Steps

Did you really think that a team of researchers spent their weekends counting the number of shirtless adolescent men and exposed penises they could find on charoulette.com? Perhaps you should not answer that, as it may be a better measure of your opinion of sociologist than gullibility. It is true, sociologist do say the

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How ideological is Google?

March 31, 2010
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How ideological is Google?

Adam Bonica, a grad student in political science at NYU, recently published a ranking of the political slant of various professions, based on the amount and recipient (Republican or Democratic) of political donations by lawyers, lobbyists, physicians and many other occupations. This paper (PDF) gives the complete analysis, but the chart below (created using the ggplot2 graphics package in...

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BioMart (and biomaRt)

March 26, 2010
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BioMart (and biomaRt)

I’ve been vaguely aware of BioMart for a few years. Inexplicably, I’ve only recently started to use it. It’s one of the most useful applications I’ve ever used. The concept is simple. You have a set of identifiers that describe a biological object, such as a gene. These are called filters. They have values –

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Updated Site Map for Jeromy Anglim’s Blog Psychology and Statistics

March 23, 2010
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Every Six months or so I like to update the Site Mapfor my blog jeromyanglim.blogspot.com. Thus, if you're new to the blog, The Site Map provides an overview of previous blog content organised by topic. RSS Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/jeromyang...

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Updated Site Map for Jeromy Anglim’s Blog Psychology and Statistics

March 23, 2010
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Every Six months or so I like to update the Site Mapfor my blog jeromyanglim.blogspot.com. Thus, if you're new to the blog, The Site Map provides an overview of previous blog content organised by topic. RSS Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/jeromyang...

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My Experience at ACM Data Mining Camp #DMcamp

March 21, 2010
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My Experience at ACM Data Mining Camp #DMcamp

My parents and I made plans to visit San Jose and Saratoga on my grandmother’s birthday, March 19, since that is where she grew up. I randomly saw someone tweet about the ACM Data Mining Camp unconference that happened to be the next day, March 20, only a couple of miles from our hotel in Santa Clara. This was...

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Because it’s Friday: Kittens, beware Tufte

March 19, 2010
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Because it’s Friday: Kittens, beware Tufte

Edward Tufte has been a tireless promoter of good infographics, and he's even taken some controversial steps to rid the world of chartjunk. But now he's gone too far: Then again, this chart from the Wall Street Journal could lead anyone to felinicide: What's wrong with a simple bar chart, WSJ? Mark Goetz: My New Wallpaper (via @sarahd23 and...

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