Posts Tagged ‘ Source code ’

The ‘R’ in Human [R]esources (or: a very brief introduction to the statistical package ‘R’ for HR)

December 21, 2011
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The ‘R’ in Human [R]esources (or: a very brief introduction to the statistical package ‘R’ for HR)

I studied psychology in Marburg (Germany). At university we exclusively used SPSS. The courses were among my classmates usually not the most popular. After over 10 years in management consulting, I have noticed that little has changed to this. It’s a shame because a lot of interesting data in consulting firms and HR departments remain unused. In my role as managing director of kibit GmbH, I have placed the focus of the company on ”R” … Weiterlesen →

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Unused function parameters

May 8, 2011
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Unused function parameters

I have started redoing the source code measurements that appear in my C book, this time using a lot more source, upgraded versions of existing tools, plus some new tools such as Coccinelle and R. The intent is to make the code and data available in a form that is easy for others to use

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