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I set up a new data analysis blog

December 12, 2016
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I set up a new data analysis blog

Well, I tried to write a blog post using the RStudio Rmarkdown system, and utterly failed. Thus, I set up a system where I could write from RStudio. So I set up a Github pages blog at randomjohn.github.io. There I can easily write and publish post...

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I set up a new data analysis blog

December 12, 2016
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I set up a new data analysis blog

Well, I tried to write a blog post using the RStudio Rmarkdown system, and utterly failed. Thus, I set up a system where I could write from RStudio. So I set up a Github pages blog at randomjohn.github.io. There I can easily write and publish post...

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Windows 10 anniversary updates includes a whole Linux layer – this is good news for data scientists

September 24, 2016
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Windows 10 anniversary updates includes a whole Linux layer – this is good news for data scientists

If you are on Windows 10, no doubt you have heard that Microsoft included the bash shell in its 2016 Windows 10 anniversary update. What you may not know is that this is much, much more than just the bash shell. This is a whole Linux layer that enables...

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Windows 10 anniversary updates includes a whole Linux layer – this is good news for data scientists

September 24, 2016
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Windows 10 anniversary updates includes a whole Linux layer – this is good news for data scientists

If you are on Windows 10, no doubt you have heard that Microsoft included the bash shell in its 2016 Windows 10 anniversary update. What you may not know is that this is much, much more than just the bash shell. This is a whole Linux layer that enables...

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Which countries have Regrexit?

June 26, 2016
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Which countries have Regrexit?

This doesn't have a lot to do with bio part of biostatistics, but is an interesting data analysis that I just started. In the wake of the Brexit vote, there is a petition for a redo. The data for the petition is here, in JSON format.Fortunately, in R, ...

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Which countries have Regrexit?

June 26, 2016
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Which countries have Regrexit?

This doesn't have a lot to do with bio part of biostatistics, but is an interesting data analysis that I just started. In the wake of the Brexit vote, there is a petition for a redo. The data for the petition is here, in JSON format.Fortunately, in R, ...

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Little Debate: defining baseline

June 5, 2016
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Little Debate: defining baseline

In an April 30, 2015 note in Nature (vol 520, p. 612), Jeffrey Leek and Roger Peng note that p-values get intense scrutiny, while all the decisions that lead up to the p-values get little debate. I wholeheartedly agree, and so I'm creating a Littl...

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Little Debate: defining baseline

June 5, 2016
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Little Debate: defining baseline

In an April 30, 2015 note in Nature (vol 520, p. 612), Jeffrey Leek and Roger Peng note that p-values get intense scrutiny, while all the decisions that lead up to the p-values get little debate. I wholeheartedly agree, and so I'm creating a Littl...

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Simulating a Weibull conditional on time-to-event is greater than a given time

May 20, 2016
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Simulating a Weibull conditional on time-to-event is greater than a given time

Recently, I had to simulate a time-to-event of subjects who have been on a study, are still ongoing at the time of a data cut, but who are still at risk of an event (e.g. progressive disease, cardiac event, death). This requires the simulation of a con...

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Simulating a Weibull conditional on time-to-event is greater than a given time

May 20, 2016
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Simulating a Weibull conditional on time-to-event is greater than a given time

Recently, I had to simulate a time-to-event of subjects who have been on a study, are still ongoing at the time of a data cut, but who are still at risk of an event (e.g. progressive disease, cardiac event, death). This requires the simulation of a con...

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