Converting Between Effect Sizes I’m currently working on my promised video on mixed effects meta-analysis, and was planning on covering this particular topic in that video – converting between effect...continue reading.
I haven’t had a lot of time to play with this but yesterday, I discovered the tuber R package, which allows you to interact with the YouTube API.To use the...continue reading.
Most people know KEGG pathway, but not everyone knows that it costs at least $2000 to subscribe its database. If you want to save the cost a bit, you can...continue reading.
In this post, we’ll return to the Kaggle data containing information on Pitchfork music reviews. In a previous post, I used this dataset to cluster music genres. In the current...continue reading.
This article outlines the concept and python implementation of Named Entity Recognition using StanfordNERTagger. The technical challenges such as installation issues, version conflict issues, operating system issues that are very...continue reading.
With fewer than three weeks left in the June 7 provincial elections in Ontario, Canada’s most populous province with 14.2 million persons, the expected outcome is far from certain.The weekly...continue reading.
About two months ago, the German online magazine ‘Informatik Aktuell’ asked me to write an introductory article on R. And so I did.It’s now only a few days ago that...continue reading.
My package ‘quantification’ is now on GitHub: https://github.com/jsugarelli/quantification.’quantification’ is a package that provides functions for quantifying qualitative survey data. It supports the Carlson-Parkin method, the regression approach, th…continue reading.
Here is some updated R code from my previous post. It doesn’t throw any warnings when importing tracks with and without heart rate information. Also, it is easier to distinguish...continue reading.