Posts Tagged ‘ statistics ’

ERGMs in R

January 23, 2008
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ERGMs in R

Developers of statnet, a collection of packages for R for fitting Exponential Random Graph Models (ERGM), issued a major update. First change is that the main package is now called ergm. Secondly, a set of additional packages has been made available. Apart from package network, that provides a class system for relational data on which

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R video tutorial number 2

October 2, 2007
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R video tutorial number 2

READ TEXT FILES, RUN MODELSThe Decision Science News R video tutorials continue with number 2. (If you missed that last one, you will want to watch R Video Tutorial Number 1 first.) The Goldstein pedometer dataset can be downloaded from http://www.dangoldstein.com/flash/Rtutorial2/pedometer.csv Topics covered this week include:Tricking R into starting in your working directory Reading in text

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R video tutorial number 1

September 26, 2007
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R video tutorial number 1

LEARN R BY JUST WATCHINGFor this week, Decision Science News has created a video tutorial on how to get started using the R Language for Statistical Computing. (The tutorial is best viewed in your browser’s full-screen mode, try pressing F11 in Windows). R is free and open source, and constantly being improved upon by countless

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Things overheard at the useR! meeting

August 11, 2007
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Things overheard at the useR! meeting

Here are a few things I overheard at the useR! meeting. These comments and quotes do not necessarily represent my opinions (although many do) and since many of them were overheard in informal discussions and rants I will not name … Continue reading →

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