Posts Tagged ‘ linux ’

General steps to compile JAGS in a Linux based OS system and install rjags in R

June 6, 2010
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I have an entry here about how to install JAGS and rjags in Fedora.  However, I have exchanged emails with Robert Dorazio and Dr. Martyn Plummer.  Here are the easier steps to compile JAGS and install rjags in R.1. After you extract the source code...

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JAGS, rjags, and coda packages for Fedora

June 6, 2010
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Christopher has the RPMs (for Fedora users) for JAGS, coda, and rjags on his blog. The specific blog entry is here:http://cddesjardins.wordpress.com/2010/06/04/jags-package-for-fedora-13-64-bit/ If you have trouble installing JAGS or rjags in Fedora,...

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MODIS processing with R, GDAL, and the NCO tools

June 3, 2010
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MODIS processing with R, GDAL, and the NCO tools

I use MODIS data for analysis of vegetation dynamics around the world.  The native HDF file format provided by NASA is great for archiving the data (it's amazing how much information they include in each file), but unfortunately there aren't many ...

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Compcache on Ubuntu on Amazon EC2

May 4, 2010
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Compcache on Ubuntu on Amazon EC2

The following fully-automatic Bash script downloads, compiles, and initializes compcache version 0.6.2 on Ubuntu Karmic Koala (9.10). This script creates two swaps with a maximum of 4GB uncompressed size each. Two swaps are used to take advantage of 2 CPUs (or CPU cores in a multicore CPU). Compcache is a fascinating memory compression system. The

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Happy Birthday GGD! The 10 Most Popular Posts Since GGD’s Launch

February 23, 2010
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The first post on Getting Genetics Done was one year ago today. To celebrate, here are the top 10 most viewed posts since GGD launched last year. Incidentally, nine of the ten are tutorials on how to do something in R. Thanks to all the readers and all...

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Linux Server Profiling: Using Open Source Tools For Bottleneck Analysis

February 9, 2010
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This tutorial covers profiling of Linux servers using open-source tools such as "iostat", "oprofile" and "blktrace". Both processor-bound and I/O-bound cases are covered, and the emphasis is on tools that provide visual displays of relevant metrics. Li...

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Three Must-Have Books on Data Visualization

February 3, 2010
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Download "Getting Started with the Social Media Analytics Research Toolkit" (pdf, 1.25 megabytes) Download the Social Media Analytics Research Toolkit Disclosure As you probably know, I live in the Portland, Oregon area and have for many years. One of ...

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M. Edward (Ed) Borasky

January 21, 2010
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Download "Getting Started with the Social Media Analytics Research Toolkit" (pdf, 1.25 megabytes) Download the Social Media Analytics Research Toolkit Media Inactivist, Thought Follower, Sit-Down Comic, Social Media Analytics Researcher, Former Boy Gen...

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Getting Started with the R Programming Language

January 16, 2010
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Download Code Like A Pirate - The #rstats Appliance from the SUSE Gallery  The R programming language was featured about a year ago in a New York Times article (http://bit.ly/iaqQ). I've been an R user since 2000, so I've collected some resources ...

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Start your engines; it’s a Linux era!

December 29, 2009
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Start your engines; it’s a Linux era!

Well, I’m writing this from my new system. After years on hiatus I migrated to Linux, once again. Setting up a full system on Linux for a Greek user had been one of the greatest challenges. First,of all setting up writing, reading & printing in Greek was the biggest obstacle, I still recall memories of 2000/2001

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