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A reader, e.g. Mr. Wayne Zhang, of my previous post (https://statcompute.wordpress.com/2018/09/03/playing-map-and-reduce-in-r-by-group-calculation) made a good comment that “Why not use directly either Spark or H2O to derive such computations without involving...continue reading.
Several people wanted to have the slides from Betancourt’s lectures at SMLP2018. It is possible to recreate most of the course from his writings:1. Intro to probability:https://betanalpha.github.io/assets/case_studies/probability_theory.html2. Workflow…continue reading.
SCImago Journal & Country Rank provides valuable estimates of academic journals’ prestige. The data is freely available at the project website and is distributed for deeper analysis in forms of...continue reading.
On Friday, while working on a project that I needed to union multiple data.frames with different column names, I realized that the base::rbind() function doesn’t take data.frames with different columns...continue reading.
In this post we will return to the data on Pitchfork music reviews, parts of which I’ve analyzed previously. The goal of this post will be to gain an understanding...continue reading.
Exact log-Bayes factors (log-BF) and H-factors (HF) of M1 against M2, computed for 100 independent samples (thin solid lines) of 1000 observations generated as i.i.d. N(1,1), under three increasingly vague...continue reading.
In a recent blog post our CEO Sebastian Heinz wrote about Google’s newest stroke of genius – AutoML Vision. A cloud service “that is able to build deep learning models...continue reading.
You created some great Shiny applications, following our advice of Shiny packaging for example, and you want to put them into production, self-hosting, so that others can enjoy them, without...continue reading.