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Joe Thorley
A computational biologist who programs in R and fits models using JAGS (BUGS) and TMB (ADMB).
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rOpenSci Jan 16
[blog] 5 Things I Learned Making a Package to Work with Hydrometric Data in , by
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Andrew Gelman Jan 9
Three new domain-specific (embedded) languages with a Stan backend
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rOpenSci Dec 21
From to CRAN!! Skimr pkg for compact & flexible summaries of data CRAN: Blog:
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Hadley Wickham Dec 20
If you like the style guide (), you can now apply it automatically thanks to the hard work of and :
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Evan Sinar, PhD Dec 18
Great paper on visualizing uncertainty in data visualization by HT
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Sam Albers Dec 15
tidyhydat, a package that import and tidies Canadian hydrometric data, is now on CRAN. This a new package I wrote with the HUGELY helpful review process.
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Joe Thorley Dec 7
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Joe Thorley Dec 7
There are now 25 R packages on the PRAN (Poisson R Archive Network) only 4 of which are currently on CRAN
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Joe Thorley Dec 4
Replying to @optimlog_
a well-behaved data frame
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Iain Malcolm Dec 4
New resources to help river managers plan where to plant trees to protect Scottish rivers and fisheries under climate change
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Andrew Gelman Nov 28
Computational and statistical issues with uniform interval priors
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Andy Teucher Nov 23
You can see a lot of this in dplyr, which I think counts for a lot of its success.
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InteriorFraserSteelhead Nov 6
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Hadley Wickham Nov 5
My take on why you should use purrr::map() instead of base::lapply() — it's not about one function —
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Richard McElreath Nov 2
Replying to @rlmcelreath
Deep relation to maximum entropy interpretation of probability. Steve Frank has a great paper about this from 2009:
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Richard McElreath Nov 1
New Statistical Rethinking (a Bayesian Course etc) lectures for Fall 2017. Lecture 01: The Golem of Prague (60mins)
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seb dalgarno Oct 31
Paper from my M.Sc. thesis published today in ACE on Black Oystercatcher distribution modeling in Haida Gwaii.
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Lauren Brent Oct 31
Very appealing visual Introduction to hierarchical (i.e. mixed effects) modeling by .
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