Posts Tagged ‘ rblogs ’

On R versus SAS

October 6, 2011
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A short while ago there was a discussion on linkedin about the use of SAS versus R for the enterprise. I have thought a bit about the issue but, as I do not use Linkedin, I did not make any … Continue reading →

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Linear regression with correlated data

October 5, 2011
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I started following the debate on differential minimum wage for youth (15-19 year old) and adults in New Zealand. Eric Crampton has written a nice series of blog posts, making the data from Statistics New Zealand available. I will use … Continue reading →

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