Monthly Archive: February 2017
Guest Post by Enjie (Jane) LI I have been using bdvis package (version 0.2.9) to visualize the iNaturalist records of RAScals project (http://www.inaturalist.org/projects/rascals). Initially, the mapgrid function in the bdvis version...continue reading.
mlpack mlpack is, to quote, a scalable machine learning library, written in C++, that aims to provide fast, extensible implementations of cutting-edge machine learning algorithms. It has been written by...continue reading.
future 1.3.0 is available on CRAN. With futures, it is easy to write R code once, which the user can choose to evaluate in parallel using whatever resources s/he has...continue reading.
We the moody Gucci, Louis and Pucci men Escada, Prada The chopper it got the Uzi lens Bird’s-eye view The birds I knew, flip birds Bird gangs, it was birds...continue reading.
Yesterday, I read ‘Measurement error and the replication crisis’ by Eric Loken and Andrew Gelman, which left me puzzled. The first part of the paper consists of general statements about...continue reading.
Lately I notice a sharp increase in my coffee consumption (reading Howard Schultz’s Starbucks book, which is actually quite good by the way, does not help either :grimacing:). Having recently...continue reading.
In the process of designing my latest experiment in PsychoPy I realised that setting up the serial port connection is not the most obvious thing to do. I wrote this...continue reading.
We have just adopted weighted Log-rank tests to the survminer package, thanks to survMisc::comp. What are they and why they are useful? Read this blog post to find out. I...continue reading.