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“Inside” Functors — Multiple Arguments
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“Inside” Functors
So, WordPress doesn’t like RweaveHTML, so this is posted at http://strugglingthroughproblems.blogspot.com/2011/04/insidefunctors.html
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Complexvalued linear models
Someone has probably already written code to do this. But I couldn’t find it in CRAN, so here goes. Oh no lm() won’t take complex numbers! (or rather, it’ll take them, but it’ll discard the imaginary part.) Easy enough fix. … Continue reading
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R SQLish aggregation
I came to R from SQL. I’ve heard that packages such as reshape and plyr are quite beautiful, but to me they are somewhat nonintuitive. I’m always looking for SELECT mean(sodium) as mean, variance(sodium) as var FROM texas GROUP BY … Continue reading
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Subset views in R
I don’t know how to do this in R. So let me just say why I can’t. I wanted something akin to Boost‘s submatrix views, where you can have indexes map back to the original matrix, so you don’t create … Continue reading
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Matlabstyle multiple assignment in R
R again! You know how in Matlab you can do? S, I = sort(M) I like that. R generic functions makes this possible. First, let’s genericize assignment. I feel like regular “=” and “<” oughta stay nongeneric, so let’s make … Continue reading
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Packing everything into a data.frame
OK, I know I talk about R too much, but I like R, so I’m going to talk about it some more. Common situation: repeat a procedure many times; each time generates some large wadge of awfulstructured data, and in … Continue reading
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