Monthly Archives: April 2011

Phylometa from R – UDPATE

April 1, 2011
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Phylometa from R – UDPATE

A while back I posted some messy code to run Phylometa from R, especially useful for processing the output data from Phylometa which is not easily done. The code is still quite messy, but it should work now. I have run the code with tens of different d...

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Bond Market as a Casino Game Part 1

April 1, 2011
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Bond Market as a Casino Game Part 1

With this post, I am doing something I try very hard to avoid, especially when communicating to my clients, and that is blurring the line between investing and gambling.  But after reading all of Reuven Brenner’s books and finishing Ralph Vince ...

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Program announced for R/Finance 2011

April 1, 2011
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R/Finance, the conference devoted to users of R in the financial sector, takes place every year in Chicago. The program has just been announced for R/Finance 2011 (to be held April 29 and 30), and it's jam-packed with talks from on automated trading, financial risk, hedge ratios, stochastic volatility, and much, much, more. Here's the announcement from the organizers:...

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R ready to Deduce you

April 1, 2011
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R ready to Deduce you

Despite being one of the most powerful computing platforms, and being free at the same time, R still struggles against other statistical software, such as SPSS and SAS, in gaining mass appeal amongst users of statistical and market intelligence software. Many have cited the absence of a user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI)...

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Workflow Articles in “The Political Methodologist”

April 1, 2011
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I've written a few times before about how to choose the software you work with, and what you should and should not care about when making those choices. I maintain a page with various resources related to this, if you're interested, most notably the Emacs Starter Kit for the Social Sciences. A revised version of an article...

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Workflow Articles in “The Political Methodologist”

April 1, 2011
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I’ve written a few times before about how to choose the software you work with, and what you should and should not care about when making those choices. I maintain a page with various resources related to this, if you’re interested, most notably the Emacs Starter Kit for the Social Sciences. A revised version of

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Google maps and travel times

April 1, 2011
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Google maps and travel times

Travel times and trip distances are at the core of urban economics. Many models of competition, housing markets, etc., rely on travel times or distances to explain the variance in economic outcomes. Determining travel times, especially non free-flow travel times (i.e., accounting for congestion) is however no trivial task. Google maps offer a...

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New version of vegan released to CRAN (1.17-9)

April 1, 2011
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New version of vegan released to CRAN (1.17-9)

Yesterday Jari packaged up the latest release in the current stable branch of the vegan package. Version 1.17-9 of vegan is now on CRAN as a source tarball with binaries for MS Windows and MacOS X to follow soon. New … Continue reading →

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