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ThinkStats … in R (including Example 1.2)

March 4, 2012
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ThinkStats (by Allen B. Downey) is a good book to get you familiar with statistics (and even Python, if you’ve done some scripting in other languages). I thought it would be interesting to present some of the examples & exercises in the book in R. Why? Well, once you’ve gone through the material in a

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Helpful statistical references

April 7, 2009
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In a previous article I provided a list of R programming resources. As a complement to that post, I've compiled a list of statistically oriented websites that colleagues and I have found useful below. For the most part, these sites focus on statistic...

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Helpful statistical references

April 7, 2009
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Helpful statistical references

In a previous article I provided a list of R programming resources. As a complement to that post, I’ve compiled a list of statistically oriented websites that colleagues and I have found useful below. For the most part, these sites focus on statistics and quantitative research methods rather than programming. This first grouping lists sites The post Helpful...

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Positioning charts with fig and fin

February 9, 2009
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R offers several ways to spatially orient multiple graphs in a single graphing space. The layout() function and mfrow/mfcol parameter settings are adequate solutions for many tasks and allow the graphing space to be broken up into tabular or matrix-ba...

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Positioning charts with fig and fin

February 9, 2009
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Positioning charts with fig and fin

R offers several ways to spatially orient multiple graphs in a single graphing space. The layout() function and mfrow/mfcol parameter settings are adequate solutions for many tasks and allow the graphing space to be broken up into tabular or matrix-based arrangements. For more fine grained manipulation, the fig and fin parameter settings are available. This The post Positioning...

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Online R programming resources

February 2, 2009
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R can legitimately be called both a programming language and a statistical package. Many books address both the programming and statistical components of R, but invariably the discussion of statistical topics is more detailed than the discussion of pr...

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Controlling margins and axes with oma and mgp

January 26, 2009
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When creating graphs, we're usually most concerned with what happens near the center of our displays, as this is where most of the important information is generally held. But sometimes, either for aesthetics or clarity, we want to adjust what's outsi...

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