I - RapidAnalytics Collaboration is key with RapidMiner Server. Shared repositories allow you to work with coworkers and contributors throughout your organization and beyond, using interactive dashboards you build to meet your specific needs. Assign specific tasks, pool your resources, and share information with everyone in your team at once, from anywhere in the world.
The description on the main R web page is good, and needn’t be repeated here; it describes a bit about R’s history and technical capabilities. Some things you might want to know about R if you’re encountering it for the first time: R is (according to the description linked above) “a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics”; you can think of it as a combination of a statistics package and a programming language. R is completely free; you don’t have to pay for it, and you can make any modifications you want to it R runs on Windows, MacOS, Linux, and many Unix variants R is not supported by any commercial enterprise, but it has a very active development community, and there are companies that offer training courses etc.. getting-started:what-is-r:what-is-r [R Wiki]
Clustergram: A graph for visualizing cluster analyses (R code) | R-statistics blog Guest post by Marek Hlavac Since its first introduction on this blog, stargazer, a package for turning R statistical output into beautiful LaTeX and ASCII text tables, has made a great deal of progress. Compared to available alternatives (such as apsrtable or texreg), the latest version (4.0) of stargazer supports the broadest range of model objects. In particular, it can create side-by-side regression tables from statistical model objects created by packages AER, betareg, dynlm, eha, ergm, gee, gmm, lme4, MASS, mgcv, nlme, nnet, ordinal, plm, pscl, quantreg, relevent, rms, robustbase, spdep, stats, survey, survival and Zelig. You can install stargazer from CRAN in the usual way:
The R programming language includes many abbreviations. Abbreviations exist in function names, argument names, and allowed values for arguments. This post expands on over 150 R abbreviations with the aim of making it easier for users new to R who are trying to memorise R commands. Context Abbreviations save time when typing and can make for less cumbersome code. 150+ R Abbreviations
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Introduction yeroon.net/ggplot2 is a web interface for Hadley Wickham's R package ggplot2. It is used as a tool for rapid prototyping, exploratory graphical analysis and education of statistics and R. yeroon.net/ggplot2
A Practical Guide to Geostatistical Mapping | by Tomislav Hengl | 291 p. | ISBN 978-90-9024981-0
Feb 02 2010 Information graphics, or infographics, are visual representations of information, data or knowledge. The graphics are used where complex information needs to be explained quickly and clearly, such as on signs and maps and in journalism, technical writing and education. Stunning Infographics and Data Visualization
Incanter: Statistical Computing and Graphics Environment for Clojure
Features Examines R as the medium for scientific computation Demonstrates simple mathematical tools in the context of stochastic modeling CRC Press Online - Book: Introduction to Scientific Programming and Simulation Using R
Features Shows how to obtain informative graphical output using R Provides R code so readers can perform their own analyses Emphasizes the practical application and interpretation of results rather than focusing on the theory behind the analyses CRC Press Online - Book: A Handbook of Statistical Analyses Using R, Second Edition
Talks R and Big Data Invited Panel Presentation, Big Data Summit, Research Park, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Champaign, IL, December 6, 2013 Pdf version of presentation slides Seamless R and C++ Integration with Rcpp: Introduction and Examples Invited Colloqium, Center for Research Methods and Data Analysis, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, November 16, 2013 Pdf version of presentation slides part 1: Rcpp Intro, part 2: RcppArmadillo Examples, part 3: RcppZiggurat.
Welcome to version 3.0 of the Free Statistics Calculators website! These statistics calculators are free to be used by anyone in the research community at large. They are offered humbly in the hope that they will contribute in some small way to the advancement of science and the betterment of mankind. I hope you find them useful! The statistics calculators are organized into the 29 categories shown below.
This Sample Size Calculator is presented as a public service of Creative Research Systems survey software. You can use it to determine how many people you need to interview in order to get results that reflect the target population as precisely as needed. You can also find the level of precision you have in an existing sample. Before using the sample size calculator, there are two terms that you need to know. These are: confidence interval and confidence level.
SOFA Statistics Open For All - Home Page
IDE/Script Editors Except for the MacOS and Windows versions of R frontends, no internal script editor is provided. The command 'options(editor = ...)' allows defining its own preferred external one. Several editors have been customized to enhance their functions regarding the edition of R scripts: S language syntax highlighting, execution of code directly from the editor, macro and templates,... Here are some external editors with nice features for editing R scripts besides Emacs/ESS.
rpad - Google Code
PSPP 0.8.1 has been released. The 0.8.x release series includes many new features and analysis options. GNU PSPP is a program for statistical analysis of sampled data. It is a Free replacement for the proprietary program SPSS, and appears very similar to it with a few exceptions. The most important of these exceptions are, that there are no “time bombs”; your copy of PSPP will not “expire” or deliberately stop working in the future.
Professor Rob J Hyndman
SOCR: Statistics Online Computational Resource
SOCR: Statistics Online Computational Resource
MacAnova Home Page
Resources to help you learn and use SPSS
[R-sig-teaching] R Equivalent of SPSS "Split File" and "AutoRecode"
Introduction to Statistical Computing in R
R: Statistical Software for Psychology Research
crush-tools - Google Code
Scruffy Graphs for Ruby People.
Website Optimizer - Adwords - Google
An Introduction to R - a tutorial for new users of R
The R Users Group at University of Arizona