Posts Tagged ‘ gnu ’

GLMM and R issues

December 4, 2010
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GLMM and R issues

I have been trying to run a Generalized Linear Mixed Model (GLMM) for some count data with repeated measures on sub-sampled sites and fixed effects at the site level with covariates at both the sub-plot and time levels.  Plus there are different n...

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Homage to floating points

November 22, 2010
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I recently got very close to the floating point trap, again, so here is a little tribute with some small examples!

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ShortCut[R]: locator

November 20, 2010
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ShortCut[R]: locator

Welcome to my new category: ShortCut! Here I'll shortly explain some smart features, unknown extensions or uncommon pathways of going for gold. Today it's about the Gnu R tool locator.

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Reassembling logical operations on boolean vectors in Gnu R

October 13, 2010
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What a headline.. It's about combining boolean vectors in R.

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Export R data to tex code

October 12, 2010
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Export R data to tex code

We often use Gnu R to work on different things and to solve various exercises. It's always a disgusting job to export e.g. a matrix with probabilities to a LaTeX document to send it to our supervisors, but Rumpel just gave me a little hint.

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