R midterms

November 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

Here are my R midterm exams, version A and version B in English (as students are sitting next to one another in the computer rooms), on simulation methods for my undergrad exploratory statistics course. Nothing particularly exciting or innovative! Dedicated ‘Og‘s readers may spot a few Le Monde puzzles ... [Read more...]

Introducing Monte Carlo in PaRis [more slides]

November 17, 2010 | 0 Comments

The class started yesterday with a small but focussed and responsive audience! Given the background of the students, and in particular their clear proficiency in R!, I switched between the original slides of Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R and those of my Monte Carlo Statistical Methods: course, updated by ...
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R tee-shirt

September 21, 2010 | 0 Comments

I gave my introduction to the R course in a crammed amphitheatre of about 200 students today. Had to wear my collectoR teeshirt from Revolution Analytics, even though it only made the kids pay attention for about 30 seconds… The other few “lines” that worked were using the Proctor & Gamble “car 54″ poster ...
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Course in San Antonio, Texas

March 18, 2010 | 0 Comments

Yesterday, I gave my short (3 hours) introduction to computational Bayesian statistics to a group of 25-30 highly motivated students. I managed to cover “only” the first three chapters, as I included some material on Bayes factor approximation and only barely reached Metropolis-Hastings. Here are the slides, modified from the original ...
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Introducing R on video

March 9, 2010 | 0 Comments

Darren Wraith pointed out to me this site proposing a whole series of videos introducing to R. (Unfortunately in a Windows environment.) This can be handy when facing students with no R background… Filed under: R, Statistics, University life Tagged: course, video
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