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Often when writing a manuscript in using knitr and xtable I am flustered by my p-values. In simple summary tables, R conveniently rounds my p-values to be 0: a mathematically...continue reading.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that sentiment analysis is super fun, and Pride and Prejudice is probably my very favorite book in all of literature, so let’s do some...continue reading.
I have recently restarted working with Stan and unfortunately ran into the problem that my (hierarchical) Bayesian models often produced divergent transitions. And when this happens, the warning basically only...continue reading.
Several years back I wrote a two part blog series in response to seeing questions about plotting and reordering on list serves, talkstats.com, and stackoverflow. Part I discussed the basics of...continue reading.
When faced with a new classification problem, machine learning practitioners have a dizzying array of algorithms from which to choose: Naive Bayes, decision trees, Random Forests, Support Vector Machines, and...continue reading.
I saw this analysis at Flowing Data about the most common consumer products involved in hospital ER visits and was delighted, interested, etc. Nathan’s next related post is, um, also...continue reading.