## Thoughts on implementing TRACE in R

Code doesn’t lie.

Code doesn’t lie.

Useful Github page alert: Dean Attali has started collecting links to RStudio addins, including the one I made for wrapping text in RMarkdown.

Code doesn’t lie.

No, not the cha-ching kind of machine

Randomly sampling subsets of data

This time in LaTeX

There are a lot of bilabial sounds in that title

Modeling left-handedness in Stan

Summarizing many, many lines of fit

Trial by

It’s getting faster. Moving faster now. It’s getting out of hand

The ggplot2 version of multiplying by 1

Posterior predictive values and the like.

Randomly sampling subsets of data

Making a graph, connecting nodes twice

Because the functions expect a list of expressions.

Bottling up magic spells

Plus some growth curve analysis!

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It’s getting faster. Moving faster now. It’s getting out of hand

The ggplot2 version of multiplying by 1

Making a graph, connecting nodes twice

Creating an RSS feed for R blog posts.

Some basic uses of nonstandard evaluation.

Useful Github page alert: Dean Attali has started collecting links to RStudio addins, including the one I made for wrapping text in RMarkdown.

Creating an RSS feed for R blog posts.

There are a lot of bilabial sounds in that title

Plus some growth curve analysis!

Code doesn’t lie.

Randomly sampling subsets of data

No, not the cha-ching kind of machine

Bottling up magic spells

Because the functions expect a list of expressions.

That pesky ampersand.

Randomly sampling subsets of data

\/\/\////\/\/\/\////\/\//\/\/\\//\\\/\

It’s getting faster. Moving faster now. It’s getting out of hand

Wait, what’s wrong with seven ifelse statements?

No, not the cha-ching kind of machine

Making a graph, connecting nodes twice

The ggplot2 version of multiplying by 1

Bottling up magic spells

The tidyverse version of dataframes

There are a lot of bilabial sounds in that title

Plus some growth curve analysis!

Modeling left-handedness in Stan

The coupon collector’s problem

Doing the same thing over and over again

Summarizing many, many lines of fit

Some basic uses of nonstandard evaluation.

That pesky ampersand.

Because the functions expect a list of expressions.

Posterior predictive values and the like.

Code doesn’t lie.

No, not the cha-ching kind of machine

No, not the cha-ching kind of machine

Bottling up magic spells

There are a lot of bilabial sounds in that title

Summarizing many, many lines of fit

Trial by

Some basic uses of nonstandard evaluation.

Wait, what’s wrong with seven ifelse statements?

Because the functions expect a list of expressions.

Modeling left-handedness in Stan

That pesky ampersand.

Code doesn’t lie.

Making a graph, connecting nodes twice