Monthly Archives: December 2011

Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for 2012

December 22, 2011
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Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for 2012

This is just a quick note to wish you and your family a very healthy and happy holidays and wonderful New Year! I hope you enjoyed reading my blog and thank you for your comments and emails. Here is a short R code that implements an interesting idea from the Charting the Santa Claus Rally

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AQP 0.9-9 is ready: 1.0 should be out by 2012-01-01 !

December 22, 2011
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AQP 0.9-9 is ready: 1.0 should be out by 2012-01-01 !

Version 1.0 of AQP is nearly ready-- after nearly 3 years of development, 2 years on R-Forge, and 1+ year on CRAN. Just pushed version 0.9-9 to R-Forge, and it should be on CRAN within a couple days. Recent changes are listed below, clipped from the NE...

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R 2.14.1 is released

December 22, 2011
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Peter Dalgaard announced today the release of the new R version 2.14.1.  Bellow is the announcement.  For R users who are using windows, I suggest to also have a look at one of the following two posts, suggestion an alternative strategy for how to more easily upgrade R under Windows XP, or under windows 7 (which tends to have more permission...

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Dynamic views don’t support javascript-so reverting back to simple views

December 22, 2011
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Dynamic views don’t support javascript-so reverting back to simple views

Sorry for the temporary loss of GitHub gists...Hopefully dynamic views will support javascript soon!!

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ASU Tuition by Academic Year

December 22, 2011
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ASU Tuition by Academic Year

Description:Arizona State University tuition fees from 1987-2011.Data:https://azregents.asu.edu/ABOR%20Reports/TUITION%20HISTORY.pdfAnalysis:It has been suggested that the 'cost' of tuition has remained the same throughout the years, yet the 'price' of...

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Rcpp 0.9.8

December 22, 2011
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A new release 0.9.8 of Rcpp is now on CRAN and will also get into Debian shortly (once I finish building R 2.14.1). This release contains a few incremental changes. Romain, sponsored by by the Open Source Programs Office at Google, had released a...

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Graphing Twitter friends/followers with R (updated yet again)

December 22, 2011
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Those of you following my occasional updates here know that I have previously posted code for graphing Twitter friend/follower networks using R (post #1. post #2). Kai Heinrich was kind enough to send me some updated code for doing so using a newer version of the extremely useful twitteR package. His very crisp, yet thoroughly

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First impressions of Doing Bayesian Data Analysis

December 22, 2011
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First impressions of Doing Bayesian Data Analysis

About a month ago I was discussing the approach that I would like to see in introductory Bayesian statistics books. In that post I mentioned a PDF copy of Doing Bayesian Data Analysis by John K. Kruschke and that I … Continue reading →

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Partisan Bias in Fed Inflation Forecasts?

December 22, 2011
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Partisan Bias in Fed Inflation Forecasts?

Following on from my previous post about US Federal Reserve inflation forecast errors, I decided to put together a descriptive graph to see if there might be a partisan bias to these forecast erros. Also, given all of the work in the political eco...

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Legislative Activity in the Danish Parliament

December 22, 2011
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Legislative Activity in the Danish Parliament

As mentioned in this post, I have been using the powerful combination of the Beautiful Soup and Mechanize modules in Python to build a web scrapers. The amount of data on the web is amazing, and I believe that any quantitatively oriented social scienti...

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