Here’s the slides from a talk I gave recently at Stockholm University: “Power Analysis for Longitudinal 2- and 3-Level Models: Challenges and Some Solutions Using the R Package powerlmm”. The...continue reading.
Have you ever found yourself asking “how can I make sure I don’t miss the next version release of package X”? That’s the exact problem I set out to solve...continue reading.
If you’re reading this, you’ve either encountered this problem before, or you just got to this article out of curiosity (in which case you probably don’t know what problem I’m...continue reading.
An R Tutorial: Visual Representation of Complex Multivariate Relationships Using the R ‘qgraph’ Package, Part Two
An R programming tutorial by D.M. Wiig This post is contained in a .pdf document. To access the document click on the green link shown below. qgraphpost3continue reading.
We provide Bayesian decision support for revealing the identity of opponents in the board game Inkognito. This includes the use of combinatorics to deduce the likelihood of observing a particular...continue reading.
My R packge powerlmm 0.2.0 is now out on CRAN. It can be installed from CRAN https://cran.r-project.org/package=powerlmm or GitHub https://github.com/rpsychologist/powerlmm. Changes in version 0.2.0 New features Analytical power calculations now...continue reading.
; (defproject prj “0.1.0-SNAPSHOT” ; :dependencies [[org.clojure/clojure “1.8.0”] ; [org.clojars.bmabey/csvlib “0.3.6”] ; [ultra-csv “0.2.1”] ; [incanter “1.5.7”] ; [semantic-csv “0.2.1-alpha1”] ; [org.clojure/data.csv “0.1.4”]]) (require ‘[csvlib :…continue reading.