Monthly Archive: January 2017
A draft of my book Empirical Software Engineering using R is now available for download. The book essentially comes in two parts: statistical techniques that are useful for analyzing software...continue reading.
The R package smbinning (http://www.scoringmodeling.com/rpackage/smbinning) provides a very user-friendly interface for the WoE (Weight of Evidence) binning algorithm employed in the scorecard development. However, there are several improvement opportunities in...continue reading.
When I was a young boy with a wild imagination, I used to try my hand at numerous sports ranging from tennis to gaelic footbal to soccer, each with varying...continue reading.
What makes an open science workshop effective or successful*? Over the last 15 years, I have had the good fortune to participate in workshops as a student and sometimes as...continue reading.
by Angelika Stefan & Felix Schönbrodt This is the second part of “Two meanings of priors”. The first part explained a first meaning – “priors as subjective probabilities of models”....continue reading.
R for beginners: Some basic graphics code to produce informative graphs, part two, working with big data A tutorial by D. M. Wiig In part one of this tutorial I...continue reading.
We are celebrating the 1st anniversary of the survminer’s release on CRAN! Due to that fact I have prepared the most (uber platinum) customized survival plot that I could imagine....continue reading.
A Tutorial by D. M. Wiig The R programming language has a multitude of packages that can be used to display various types of graph. For a new user looking...continue reading.