Slides: “Accessing Databases from R” #rstats

May 7, 2011 | Jeffrey Breen

For the past few meetings of the Greater Boston useR Group, we have been opened with an introductory “useR Vignette” talk on a topic which may be helpful for new R users. This week, I presented an overview of accessing databases from R. Several people have tweeted and blogged nice ... [Read more...]

Software tools for data analysis – an overview

February 19, 2011 | Szilard

by Szilard Pafka Discussions on various software tools (C, C++, Perl, Python, Unix shell, R, Matlab, SAS, SPSS, Excel, databases, Hadoop etc.) used in data analysis. Szilard Pafka (founder and co-organizer of the Los Angeles R users group) presents an … Continue reading →
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Findings increasingly novel, scientists say…

October 29, 2010 | nsaunders

…was the tongue-in-cheek title of an image that I posted to Twitpic this week. It shows the usage of the word “novel” in PubMed article titles over time. As someone correctly pointed out at FriendFeed, it needs to be corrected for total publications per year. It was inspired by a ...
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A new twist on the identifier mapping problem

January 11, 2010 | nsaunders

Yesterday, Deepak wrote about BridgeDB, a software package to deal with the “identifier mapping problem”. Put simply, biologists can name a biological entity in any way that they like, leading to multiple names for the same object. Easily solved, you might think, by choosing one identifier and sticking to it, ... [Read more...]

Review of R in NYT and GDAT

January 8, 2009 | Neil Gunther

GDAT instructor, Jim Holtman, pointed me at this review of R in yesterday's New York Times. It definitely puts SAS on the defensive.Update: Another piece in the tech section of NYT.If you want to know how to apply R to performance data, sign up for th...
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