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Monthly Archives: March 2014
Learn to Manage Data at useR! 2014 or Online April 25
Before you can analyze data, it must be in the right form. Join me on April 25th for a 4hour webinar that shows how to perform the most commonly used data management tasks in R. We will work through handson examples of … Continue reading
Posted in Analytics, Data Mangement, R, Statistics
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SAS, SPSS, Stata Users: Learn R from Home April 21
Has learning R been driving you a bit crazy? If so, it may be that you’re “lost in translation.” On April 21 and 23, I’ll be teaching a webinar, R for SAS, SPSS and Stata Users. With each R concept, … Continue reading
Posted in Analytics, R, SAS, SPSS, Stata, Statistics
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Analytics Software Popularity Update: Counting Blogs, Simplifying Job Searches
My latest update to The Popularity of Data Analysis Software is an attempt to use blog counts to estimate the popularity of analytics software. While I was able to greatly broaden the coverage of packages when studying job data, I … Continue reading
Posted in Analytics, R, SAS, Stata, Statistics
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