Tag Archives: R

Bash one-liners to the rescue

I recently find myself using handy bash one-liners more all the time. I think that this is where unix/linux can really start to shine. There are so many little programs that just do one thing, and one thing well. But the ability to combine these together through pipes means you have extremely flexible and powerful […]

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Working on making fancy graphs with R / fixed versus random babble

I have been working on learning R for several months now, and continue to get better at it and enjoy it more all the time. I am currently working on a spoken word recognition project at work. The task we are using is quite simple. Participants listen to words that have been mixed with multi-talker […]

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vi key bindings in R

I am working on learning R. For those that don’t know, R is a programming language and program a bit similar to Matlab, but is particularly designed for statistics. It is free and open source, and pretty fast and flexible. It has a pretty nice library interface, with lots of user contributed libraries at CRAN […]

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