Monthly Archives: July 2010

Taking R to the Limit: Parallelization

July 29, 2010
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Taking R to the Limit: Parallelization

Video, slides and code of the talk “Taking R to the Limit: Parallelization” by Ryan Rosario at the Los Angeles area R Users Group in July 2010 as follows. Slides: R code: here. Video: If you have a question to … Continue reading →

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Notes from useR! 2010

July 29, 2010
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Notes from useR! 2010

R is a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics, used by a growing number of economists, engineers, and data analysts every day at Google. We’ve even published our R Style Guide on Google Code. The R community has...

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Taking R to the Limit, Part I – Parallelization in R

July 28, 2010
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Taking R to the Limit, Part I – Parallelization in R

Tuesday night I had the opportunity to present on high performance computing in R, and the Los Angeles R Users’ Group. There was so much to talk about that I had to split my talk into two parts. The first part was parallelization and the second ...

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Blogging about R – presentation and audio

July 28, 2010
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At the useR!2010 conference I had the honor of giving a (~15 minute) talk titled “Blogging about R”. The following is the abstract I submited, followed by the slides of the talk and the audio file of a recording I made of the talk (I am sad it got a bit of “hall echo”, but it’s still listenable…) P.S:...

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RUG Introduction: Los Angeles area R Users Group

July 28, 2010
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RUG Introduction: Los Angeles area R Users Group

A nice group of people from academia and industry meeting about once a month at UCLA. Attendance is usually 30-40, but gradually increasing (also about 300 registered members). If you’d like to join, visit the group’s website: http://www.meetup.com/LAarea-R-usergroup/, you’ll find … Continue reading →

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IPSUR book used LyX-Sweave

July 28, 2010
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Jay Kerns wrote a book titled "Introduction to Probability and Statistics Using R" or IPSUR for short. He has put up a web site for the book and Rcmdr plugin. There are at least two very important points from my side (I did not read the book, yet): 1. ...

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Taking R to Eleven

July 28, 2010
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R, the open-source statistical software system, is certainly a hot topic these days. It's been the subject of increasing media interest over the last year or so, and the user community is expanding rapidly: there are now about 40 R user groups around the world, and last week's worldwide R User Conference was the most successful ever. So why...

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Extension to an R Package: brew gets a weave

July 28, 2010
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I’ve had enough of copy and pasting output from my R session into my email editor, blog, etc. I need something like Sweave for plain text files. In particular, I want the result of parsing <<echo=TRUE>>= f <- function(x) { x + 1 } f(1) @ with Sweave, but without the latex markup. For example,

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Social contagion? Maybe not…

July 28, 2010
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Social contagion? Maybe not…

Recently there was a lot of racket about results presented in papers by a pair Nicholas Christakis & James Fowler. Their papers gained a lot of attention both in the academic world as well as in media. In their papers they claim to provide evidence for social contagion (transmission through social networks) of several types

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Seamless R and C++ integration

July 28, 2010
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Seamless R and C++ integration

Video of the talk “Seamless R and C++ integration” by Dirk Eddelbuettel at the Los Angeles area R Users Group in March 2010 (to see the video in a larger size, click inside the video but outside the play button):

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