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Bob Muenchen
Analyzing the World of Analytics, Author of R for SAS and SPSS Users, R for Stata Users and
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Bob Muenchen Sep 15
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Bob Muenchen Jul 16
The original post covers lots of software not shown in that post, including Python. That post was aimed more at stat packages. Here's the main article:
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Bob Muenchen Jul 16
Has R already passed SPSS for use in scholarly publications? It depends on how you measure it.
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Bob Muenchen Jun 25
A nice overview of ways to read lots of large data files into , complete with benchmarks!
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Bob Muenchen Jun 18
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JASP Statistics Jun 11
Introducing JASP 0.10
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Bob Muenchen May 31
P.S. The data in Figures 1a and 1b are on data collected this month. Only the percent change shown in Figure 1c used my 2017 dataset as a comparison.
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Bob Muenchen May 31
Replying to @mauuuuu5
Yeah, I'm surprised that KNIME is not doing better than it is. I really like how it works, what it includes, and how it hooks into so many open source projects.
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Bob Muenchen May 30
Examine Figure 1 carefully. In total number of jobs, Alteryx is #26, while PyTorch is ahead of it at #24. If a company sponsored my data collection and analysis, would they put themselves at #26?
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Bob Muenchen May 29
Replying to @carlafoust
Apparently, I'm your only follower!
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Bob Muenchen May 29
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Bob Muenchen May 26
for a full review of jamovi, see:
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Bob Muenchen May 25
User interface for R jamovi 1.0 is released!
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Bob Muenchen May 23
Here's an interesting comparison between packages to analyze panel data in R
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Bob Muenchen May 21
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Thomas J. Leeper May 20
If you're working with panel data in (or maybe you're considering a ->R conversion), this new package looks promising for both data manipulation and analysis.
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Bob Muenchen May 17
Replying to @MikeNBarnard
Nevermind, I saw your profile. I've got a more comprehensive feature comparison file, but I don't see a way to tweet it to you. Write me at muenchen@utk.edu and I'll send it to you.
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