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Rating Each Drivers 2021 Season – 20 – 11

January 10, 2022 | Part Time Analyst

Hello and happy new year. Hope you have a nice cup of Yorkshire tea ready to read this we are going to review each driver’s performance in the 2021 season. I’m going to do this using my expected position metric detailed here theparttimeanalyst.com/2021/05/11/f1-drivers-rated-version-2/ The drivers are ...
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blind monty hall

January 9, 2022 | xi'an

As I was waiting for my boat on a French Guiana beach last week, I thought back about a recent riddle from The Riddler where an item does a random walk over a sequence of N integers. Behind doors. The player opens a door at the same rate as the ...
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A new way to discover R Programming books!

January 9, 2022 | Oscar

With over 250 books (and counting) in the Big Book of R collection, you could easily overlook a lot of useful ones. Sometimes you see a book and think “Hey that’ll be pretty useful if I ever work on [subject]” but when that time comes you’ve completely forgotten about ... [Read more...]

Wordle Words and Expected Value

January 8, 2022 | Posts | Jacob Simmering

Like many people, I’ve gotten sucked into wordle. For those unfamiliar with the game, you are tasked with identifying a five-letter word. You input a guess (which must be a five-letter word) and are told whether each letter in your guess is: not...
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Wordless Song: Benchmarking Wordle performance using R

January 5, 2022 | quantixed

A quick post about a puzzle called Wordle that is currently taking over the internet. It’s a mastermind-like game where the object is to guess an unknown 5-letter word. Puzzlers are encouraged to share their results after completing a puzzle. Here is an example for puzzle 192. So how do ...
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Why R? Foundation 2022-01-05 10:18:19

January 5, 2022 | Why R? Foundation

On Thursday, February 25th at 7 pm UTC | 8 pm CET, as part of the Why R? Webinar series, we have the honour to host Paul Bürkner, Junior Research Group Leader at the Cluster of Excellence SimTech at the University of Stuttgart (Germany). Author of t... [Read more...]
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