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Eclipse and StatET – a working environment for R

April 28, 2010
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How to use Eclipse and StatET to create a handy-dandy development environment for R. Using the Eclipse environment provides a nice colored-syntax script editor, an R console, and an object browser to let you peruse the variables you've put into memory....

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Using MKL-Linked R in Eclipse

April 12, 2010
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Using MKL-Linked R in Eclipse

Setting up Eclipse to use MKL-Linked RIn my previous post, I showed how to compile R 2.10.1 using Intel's Math Kernel Library for the BLAS/LAPACK interface. Even though it takes a bit of time to setup, I think the noticeably improved calculation speed justifies the effort. Although I'm happy to use R from the command line for basic stuff,...

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Getting Started with Sweave: R, LaTeX, Eclipse, StatET, & TeXlipse

February 23, 2010
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Getting Started with Sweave: R, LaTeX, Eclipse, StatET, & TeXlipse

Being able to press a single button that runs all your statistical analyses and integrates the output into your final report is a beautiful thing. If you have not already heard, this is what Sweave can do for you. However, getting your computer to run ...

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R and Java – JRI using eclipse.

November 25, 2009
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R and Java – JRI using eclipse.

Update – Check out the new RJava Eclipse Plugin.R is a powerful language for statistical computing and graphics. R has a strong community support and is finding new use in the corporate world. If R can be integrated with Java, it would provide a greap acceptance into new products. A library called rjava exists that helps… Read More »

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Tips for Using StatET and Eclipse for Data Analysis in R

October 29, 2009
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Tips for Using StatET and Eclipse for Data Analysis in R

My favourite editor for conducting analysis in R is the StatET plug-in for Eclipse. This post discusses an assortment of tips and tricks that I've discovered to make this editing environment even better.SearchSearch (Control + H): I maintain projects i...

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Introductory Data Analysis with Python

April 26, 2017
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Introductory Data Analysis with Python

This is a simple post to demonstrate how python can be used to do preliminary data analysis. I am using Python version 3.5.1 coming with Anaconda Python version 4.0 64 bit and my operating system is windows. To start with you can download Anaconda Python and install it in your machine. Once the installation is Related Post

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Bio7 2.5 for Windows and Linux Released

April 7, 2017
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Bio7 2.5 for Windows and Linux Released

07.04.2017 A new release of Bio7 is available for Windows (64-bit) and Linux (64-bit). The MacOSX version will be released soon, too. This release comes with a plethora of new functions for R. General Bio7 is now based on Eclipse 4.6.3 Redesigned all Bio7 icons and created new icons, too Nearly all icons are now

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Understanding Linear SVM with R

March 28, 2017
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Understanding Linear SVM with R

Linear Support Vector Machine or linear-SVM(as it is often abbreviated), is a supervised classifier, generally used in bi-classification problem, that is the problem setting, where there are two classes. Of course it can be extended to multi-class problem. In this work, we will take a mathematical understanding of linear SVM along with R code to Related Post

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How to add a background image to ggplot2 graphs

October 29, 2016
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How to add a background image to ggplot2 graphs

When producing so called infographics, it is rather common to use images rather than a mere grid as background. In this blog post, I will show how to use a background image with ggplot2. Packages required The following code will install load and / or install the R packages required for this blog post. if Related Post

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Streamline your analyses linking R to SAS: the workfloweR experiment

October 10, 2016
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Streamline your analyses linking R to SAS: the workfloweR experiment

We all know R is the first choice for statistical analysis and data visualisation, but what about big data munging? tidyverse (or we’d better say hadleyverse) has been doing a lot in this field, nevertheless it is often the case this kind of activities being handled from some other coding language. Moreover, sometimes you get Related Post

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