An R wish list for 2012
I expect there will be many reviews and wish lists for R this year, with many of them focusing on either running speed or dealing with large data sets. However, most issues that I would like to see tackled in R next year are not technical but, for lack of a better word, social. Many […]
We had a beautiful day sightseeing Banks Peninsula when another quake hit Christchurch: magnitude 5.8 at 1:58pm local time. This has been followed by numerous aftershocks, including a 6.0 at 3:18pm. The MQZ quake drum looked like this: Tomorrow is another day (probably filled with aftershocks).
Traveling with friends and family, view from Green Lake towards Lake Tarawera, North Island, New Zealand. Time for walks, nice meals and setting R aside (although I have a few drafts for the blog soon to be published). Now back in the South Island we prepare for a great weekend with more walks, food and […]
On R, bloggers, politics, sex, alcohol and rock & roll
Yesterday morning at 7 am I was outside walking the dog before getting a taxi to go to the airport to catch a plane to travel from Christchurch to Blenheim (now I can breath after reading without a pause). It was raining cats and dogs while I was walking doggyo, thinking of a post idea […]
A shoebox for data analysis
Recidivism. That’s my situation concerning this posting flotsam in/on/to the ether. I’ve tried before and, often, will change priorities after a few posts; I rationalize this process thinking that I’m cured and have moved on to real life. This time may not be different but, simultaneously, it will be more focused: just a shoebox for […]