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R GUIs, IDEs, and text editors

January 18, 2011
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R GUIs, IDEs, and text editors

When deciding what program to write your R code in it is important to consider a number of factors so you can keep organized and work efficiently.  I found this article useful for getting started.  Text editors include syntax highlightin...

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Reasons for Transitioning to Vim: Bringing LaTeX, R, Sweave and More under One Roof

January 10, 2011
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Reasons for Transitioning to Vim: Bringing LaTeX, R, Sweave and More under One Roof

This post describes the reasons for my transition to Vim.Brief BackgroundOver the years I've used a lot of different text editors on Windows.In general, I've used whatever text editor came with a program.When I started using R, I moved from Rgui throug...

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R-bloggers in 2010: Top 14 R posts, site statistics and invitation for sponsors

January 1, 2011
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R-bloggers in 2010: Top 14 R posts, site statistics and invitation for sponsors

A year ago (on December 9th 2009), I wrote about founding R-bloggers.com, an (unofficial) online R journal written by bloggers who agreed to contribute their R articles to the site. In this post I wish to celebrate R-bloggers’ first birthday by sharing with you: Links to the top 14 posts of 2010 Reflections about the origin of R-bloggers Statistics

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Introduction to ESS: talk and slides

December 17, 2010
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We had another meeting of the Chicago R User Group last evening. This was scheduled somewhat belatedly once we learned that Drew Conway would be in town. Drew gave a very nice talk about his brand new infochimps package (for accessing the eponymous i...

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Video of Reproducible Research with R: Melbourne R Users 1st Dec 2010

December 13, 2010
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As previously mentionedI gave a talk at Melbourne R Users Group titled "Reproducible Research and R Workflow". It covered technologies including LaTeX, Sweave, R, make, Eclipse, and git. This post shares the video. I'd like to thank Pedro Olaya for ...

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R Workflow

December 7, 2010
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R Workflow

When working with R you end up using a large number of datasets, packages, functions, objects, output files, workspaces, etc.  It can get a bit overwhelming trying to keep everything organized.  That is why a consistent, well-organized workf...

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R Workflow: Slides from a Talk at Melbourne R Users (1st Dec 2010)

December 1, 2010
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I gave a presentation at Melbourne R Userson the topic of R Workflow. The presentation covered R code organisation, and useful R related tools including Eclipse, StatET, Git, make, Sweave and LaTeX. Also, the slides from the presentation provide link...

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Sweave Tutorial 3: Console Input and Output – Multiple Choice Test Analysis

November 30, 2010
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This post provides an example of using Sweave to perform an item analysis of a multiple choice test. It is designed as a tutorial for learning more about using Sweave in a mode where console input and output is displayed. Copies of all source code a...

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Sweave Tutorial 1: Using Sweave, R, and Make to Generate a PDF of Multiple Choice Questions

November 26, 2010
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Sweave Tutorial 1: Using Sweave, R, and Make to Generate a PDF of Multiple Choice Questions

In this post I present an example of using Sweave to prepare a PDF of formatted multiple choice questions.More broadly the example shows how to use Sweave to incorporate elements of a databaseinto a formatted LaTeX document.It aims to be useful to any...

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A texteditor for R

September 29, 2010
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A texteditor for R

I’ve been using RWinEdt for the last few years for all my R coding. But it no longer works with WinEdt 6.0 and no update has been forthcoming. Consequently, I’ve been looking around for something similar to take its place. This question has been asked before on StackOverflow and many suggestions were made including popular

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