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Revolution Newsletter: May 2012

May 16, 2012
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The most recent edition of the Revolution Newsletter is out. The news section is below, and you can read the full May edition (with highlights from this blog and community events) online. You can subscribe to the Revolution Newsletter to get it monthly via email. New R Training Courses Announced. Three new R courses from leading R experts are...

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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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Will 2015 be the Beginning of the End for SAS and SPSS?

May 15, 2012
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Will 2015 be the Beginning of the End for SAS and SPSS?

Learning to use a data analysis tool well takes significant effort, so people tend to continue using the tool they learned in college for much of their careers. As a result, the software used by professors and their students is … Continue reading →

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Functions ddply and melt make plotting summary stats in R more tolerable

May 15, 2012
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Functions ddply and melt make plotting summary stats in R more tolerable

The main reason why I have usually chosen to use excel to make my plots at work is because I had difficulty feeding the summary stats in R into a plotting function.  One thing I learned this week is how … Continue reading →

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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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Multiple Sclerosis Tweet-Chat: Review

May 14, 2012
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Multiple Sclerosis Tweet-Chat: Review

We had a great Twitter conversation last Thursday on the use of big-data analytics, Revolution R Enterprise, and IBM Netezza in the search for a cure for MS. Many thanks to the other panelists: Murali Ramanathan (SUNY Buffalo), Tim Coetzee (National MS Society) and moderator Shawn Dolley (IBM) for fielding and answering questions from interested parties following #IBMDataChat. As...

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generalised ratio of uniforms

May 14, 2012
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generalised ratio of uniforms

A recent arXiv posting of the paper “On the Generalized Ratio of Uniforms as a Combination of Transformed Rejection and Extended Inverse of Density Sampling” by Martino, Luengo, and Míguez from Madrid rekindled my interest in this rather peculiar simulation method. The ratio of uniforms samples uniformly on the subgraph to produce simulations from p

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New Version of RStudio (v0.96)

May 14, 2012
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New Version of RStudio (v0.96)

Today a new version of RStudio (v0.96) is available for download from our website. The main focus of this release is improved tools for authoring, reproducible research, and web publishing. This means lots of new Sweave features as well as tight integration with the knitr package (including support for creating dynamic web reports with the

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ASA fellows

May 12, 2012
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ASA fellows

Being freshly elected ASA Fellow (yay!), I just received the list of 2012 ASA Fellows. Among whose, let me mention Sudipto Banerjee, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, elected “For theoretical, methodological and applied research in spatiotemporal statistical modeling, especially as applied to problems in environmetrics, ecology, occupational health, agriculture and economics, for professional work at

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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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