Tag Archive: R-Reference

Jul 19

Bias Variance Tradeoff

This is my first Knitr document, which lets the user combine R code and text in a single formatted document. I wanted to have an accessible example that illustrates the bias variance tradeoff. An illustration of the Bias Variance Tradeoff An illustration of the Bias Variance Tradeoff by Gene Leynes http://geneorama.com/ http://www.linkedin.com/in/geneleynes Summary The Bias …

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Jan 30

Installing StatET

About StatET and Eclipse StatET is a powerful plug-in that allows you to use R inside the Integrated Development Environment (IDE) known as Eclipse. The features in Eclipse make it easier to write code in R, unless perhaps you’re already using something more sophisticated. Eclipse has a reputation for having a “steep learning curve”. However, …

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Jan 30

How to upgrade to a new version of R

R FAQ 2.8 (as of R 2.14)

I updated to R 2.14.1 for the StatET instructions post (forthcoming).  While doing that, I noticed some upgrading instructions in R’s Frequent Asked Questions. I gave it a try, but the results were a little annoying.  First of all, I had to be careful to copy over only my custom libraries, and not the core …

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Dec 13

Use R to choose your secret santa partner

Ok, so you want to choose your secret santa partners, but you can’t find a hat? Well, here is an R Script that can swoop in to your rescue. This isn’t the most elegant or efficient code, but unless you have a really huge family it won’t take long to run. ?Download choose_ss_fun.R1 2 3 …

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