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βCEA

November 20, 2017
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βCEA

Recently, I’ve been doing a lot of work on the beta version of BCEA (I was after all born in Agrigento $-$ in the picture to the left $-$, which is a Greek city, so a beta version sounds about right…). The new version is only available as a beta-release from our GitHub repository - usual ways to install it...

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βCEA

November 20, 2017
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βCEA

Recently, I’ve been doing a lot of work on the beta version of BCEA (I was after all born in Agrigento $-$ in the picture to the left $-$, which is a Greek city, so a beta version sounds about right…). The new version is only available as a beta-release from our GitHub repository - usual ways to install it...

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The code (and other stuff…)

June 1, 2017
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The code (and other stuff…)

I’ve received a couple of emails or comments on one of the General Election posts to ask me to share the code I’ve used. In general, I think this is a bit dirty and lots could be done in a more efficient way $-$ effectively, I’m doing this out of my own curiosity and while I think the model is...

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The code (and other stuff…)

June 1, 2017
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The code (and other stuff…)

I’ve received a couple of emails or comments on one of the General Election posts to ask me to share the code I’ve used. In general, I think this is a bit dirty and lots could be done in a more efficient way $-$ effectively, I’m doing this out of my own curiosity and while I think the model is...

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Coming soon!

February 20, 2017
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Coming soon!

We’ve just received a picture of the cover of the BCEA book, which is really, really close to being finally published! I did mention this in a few other posts (for example here and here) and it has been in fact a rather long process, so much so that I have made a point of joking in my talks about...

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Coming soon!

February 20, 2017
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Coming soon!

We’ve just received a picture of the cover of the BCEA book, which is really, really close to being finally published! I did mention this in a few other posts (for example here and here) and it has been in fact a rather long process, so much so that I have made a point of joking in my talks about...

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New year resolution

January 12, 2017
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New year resolution

Now that the Christmas break is just a distant memory (Marta would say that I am quite happy with that $-$ she thinks I’m like the Grinch around the Christmas holiday. And she is right), I’ve given way to my new year’s resolution of finally, properly packaging our two R packages that aren’t on CRAN yet. The first one is...

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New year resolution

January 12, 2017
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New year resolution

Now that the Christmas break is just a distant memory (Marta would say that I am quite happy with that $-$ she thinks I’m like the Grinch around the Christmas holiday. And she is right), I’ve given way to my new year’s resolution of finally, properly packaging our two R packages that aren’t on CRAN yet. The first one is...

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Nomen omen

December 8, 2016
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Nomen omen

After resisting this for way too long, I’ve finally decided it was time to release more widely a couple of the R packages I’ve been working on $-$ I’ve put them on GitHub, hence the mug… In both cases, while I think the packages do work nicely, I am still not sure they are ready for an official release on...

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Shiny happy people in the land of the Czar

October 6, 2016
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Shiny happy people in the land of the Czar

During the summer, we’ve worked silently but relentlessly to set up a departmental server that could run R-Shiny applications. There’s a bunch of us in the department doing work on R and producing packages and so we thought it’d be a good idea to disseminate our research. Which is just as well, as I’ve been nominated “2020 REF Impact Czar”,...

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