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Useful Softwares for Research

June 20, 2013
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Useful Softwares for Research

I took a session on ‘Useful software for research’ for the new batch of research scholars. I hope sharing the slides useful to other research students. The software suggestions were sorted based on my experience and colleagues’ experiences. The presentation is prepared in svg (jessyink template) format, and it is best viewed in Firefox/chrome browser. … Continue reading Useful Softwares for Research → The post Useful Softwares for Research appeared…

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Data visualisation talk: Presentation using reports package

March 22, 2013
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Data visualisation talk: Presentation using reports package

Why did I use html5 for my today’s talk?   My last presentation was prepared using html5. This time I wanted  some innovation while making the slides.  I prepared  first few slides in Jessyink. Then I got to know that my friend (Trinker) developed an R package, reports,  for creating an amazing presentation including  beamer and … Continue reading Data visualisation talk: Presentation using reports package → The post Data visualisation…

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Fun with R graphics: A raptor and a cake

November 15, 2012
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Fun with R graphics: A raptor and a cake

R graphics are something I always  explore or experiment with.  Base graphics, ggplot2 are my favorites. On  other graphics packages, I haven’t used plotrix much. I am currently exploring grid package. Raptor First one is using ggplot2. (You could also do this using base graphics). [crayon-55bf3b205fec9125644702/] It would be more fun if we can do … Continue reading Fun with R graphics: A raptor and a cake → The post…

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R Graphics with ggplot2

September 18, 2012
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R Graphics with ggplot2

ggplot2 is one of the most elegant R packages for data analysis and visualization.  Recently I gave a tutorial on ggplot2 package.  You could find my ggplot2 notes here (click the image below). You could find my presentation below. The presentation ...

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A heuristic enhancement on an optimisation algorithm

August 6, 2012
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A heuristic enhancement  on an optimisation algorithm

Directly or indirectly we heavily use optimization in our life.  Resource or utility optimization is something we hear every day.  Here I will discuss a standard optimization problem in statistics, maximum likelihood estimate. This blog is a small episode of my recent work. I used R language to implement the optimization exercise. There are packages … Continue reading A heuristic enhancement on an optimisation algorithm → The post A heuristic…

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Why Emacs is important to me? : ESS and org-mode

July 8, 2012
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I cannot believe that I lived without emacs!  Now I use emacs more than any application. The usage  of emacs is going to increase as the days go. A non-emacs user  may think that why an editor should get a credit like “emacs is an integral part of my life”. Emacs users may find nothing … Continue reading Why Emacs is important to me? : ESS and org-mode → The…

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ToastMaster Speech Series Part1 :The IceBreaker

March 6, 2010
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ToastMaster Speech Series Part1 :The IceBreaker

“Speech is power: Speech is to persuade, to convert, to compel. ” Ralph Waldo Emerson. I always wanted to be a good speaker. Specifically wanted to be a good Lecturer/Professor. Some one like Robert Langdon or Indiana Jones. But I … Continue reading →The post ToastMaster Speech Series Part1 :The IceBreaker appeared first on Fiddling with data and code.

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Me, Newton and Statistics – Part1

October 26, 2008
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Me, Newton and Statistics – Part1

         We all want to become great, be it any field/ walk of life. Especially in our childhood. I was very interested in becoming a singer or painter. I had tried to become a singer. My library of … Continue reading →The post Me, Newton and Statistics – Part1 appeared first on Fiddling with data and code.

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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the NightTime

July 27, 2008
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Hi! This is Richie again after a long time, precisely after 1 year, 1 month and 27 days. During the last one year I had very less free time compare to the previous years. Weekends, I was watching so many movies and occasionally, reading novels and stories. So never felt like writing a blog. This … Continue reading The Curious Incident of the Dog in the NightTime → The post…

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Coramandal Express

May 31, 2007
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Coramandal Express

     I love Train Journeys. My first long train journey was a trip from Kottayam to Hyderabad. I went there for writing an Exam (SPMF). I was alone but not scared and even the pantry food felt very tasty !. … Continue reading →The post Coramandal Express appeared first on Fiddling with data and code.

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