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Teaching with R: the tools

November 1, 2011
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I bought an Android phone, nothing fancy just my first foray in the smartphone world, which is a big change coming from the dumb phone world(*). Everything is different and I am back at being a newbie; this is what … Continue reading →

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Teaching with R: the switch

October 21, 2011
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There are several blog posts, websites (and even books) explaining the transition from using another statistical system (e.g. SAS, SPSS, Stata, etc) to relying on R. Most of that material treats the topic from the point of view of i- … Continue reading →

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Using Deducer to work with R

August 16, 2011
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Using Deducer to work with R

If one checks out the initial question that prompted this series, a common theme in the answers is that one should use the GUI as a tool to help one build code (and not just as a crutch to do the analysis). Being able to view the code produced by the GUI should help beginner R users

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Are students’ teaching evaluations influenced by instructors’ looks?

August 3, 2011
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Are students’ teaching evaluations influenced by instructors’ looks?

Are students' teaching evaluations influenced by instructors' looks? ggplot2 may help find the answer.The recent release of RcmdrPlugin.KMggplot2 has made ggplot2 available to those who prefer GUI to the command line interface. With the new plugin for ...

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Use R!

July 7, 2011
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Use R!

In short: R is a free intuitive programming language that is used by practitioners in a plethora of academic disciplines. Therefore, it is on the cutting edge, and expanding rapidly. It creates stunning visuals, works seamlessly together with LaTeX, has really good online documentation and the community is unparalleled. A week...

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Speeding tickets for R and Stata

April 10, 2011
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Speeding tickets for R and Stata

How fast is R? Is it as fast in executing routines as the other off-the-shelf software, such as Stata? After some comparative experimentation, I found Stata to be 5 to 8  times faster than R. For me, speed has not been a concern in the past. I had used R with smaller datasets...

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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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GUIs for R

March 28, 2011
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A recent post listed at R Bloggers (https://www.r-bloggers.com/r-guis-which-one-fits-you/) made some erroneous statements about R Commander. Here is a revised description of R Commander with some issues addressed from the earlier blog:R Commander works ...

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R GUIs: Which one fits you?

March 27, 2011
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R GUIs: Which one fits you?

The gap of the new “digital divide” between those who only use computers when they are as easy to use as iPads and smartphones and those who like (or at least accept) to type commands to perform jobs, seems to get bigger and bigger. R – the lingua franca of statistical computing – is exactly

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Moving from Excel to R

March 5, 2011
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This first post of the Backtesting in Excel and R series will provide some resources to help smooth the transition from the familiarity and comfort of Excel to the potentially strange and intimidating world of R.I made my voyage from Excel to R more th...

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