Logic modules in python

May 10, 2009
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As a prerequisite of my GSOC project I have to do some modifications on sympy's current logic module (see previous post), so I decided to go out and take a look at what others are doing in this area. aima-python is a project that tries to implement all...

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Google Summer of Code

April 23, 2009
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First post on my GSOC adventure. This year I got accepted in Google's summer of code program as student, and my job will be to implement the assumptions framework in SymPy. Although the project officially is only about implementing an assumptions frame...

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Don’t standardize interaction/moderator effects in multiple regression

March 12, 2009
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Don’t standardize interaction/moderator effects in multiple regression

This is another quick blog entry related to a query I had today. In my moderated multiple regression workshop a while back I wrote (on slide 15) "don't use standardized regression coefficients". In the talk itself I briefly mentioned why and direct...

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Two Recommended Solutions for Missing Data: Multiple Imputation and Maximum Likelihood

March 2, 2009
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Two Recommended Solutions for Missing Data: Multiple Imputation and Maximum Likelihood

Two methods for dealing with missing data,vast improvements over traditional approaches, have become available in mainstream statistical software in the last few years.

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Django and request.POST

January 23, 2009
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I spent a lot of time trying to figure out why django removed the '+' character from the POST data retrieved via request.POST. Still don't know the reason of this behaviour, but using request.raw_post_data saved my day ...

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R resources for psychologists

January 12, 2009
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R resources for psychologists

As a quick follow-up to my previous post, I'll quickly note some R links specifically aimed at psychologists. Jonathan Baron and Yuelin Li have a excellent set of notes that cover ground from R basics to ANOVA (including repeated measures ANOVA) and ...

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Simulating data for inquiry based learning

January 9, 2009
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Simulating data for inquiry based learning

I've just presented a talk on at the Statistics for Psychology Students workshop for the HEA Psychology Network in York. Richard Rowe (Psychology, Sheffield) gave an interesting talk on teaching statistics via inquiry based learning. Part of the work i...

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Con la pasta por delante – día 2: Martos

December 9, 2008
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Después de Mengíbar vino Martos. En este caso se trataba del "Blooms Day", un sitio para el que "un pub irlandés" es una descripción aceptable. Llegamos primero Oscar y yo, en una de esas raras ocasiones en que llegamos antes de...

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Mi ordenador

November 27, 2008
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Realmente mi ordenador no hace nada ... sólo le echo la culpa de todo

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Con la pasta por delante – Día cero

November 4, 2008
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Con la pasta por delante – Día cero

En la ciudad fabrican a las personas en serie. En el campo, los siguen haciendo a mano: los moldean, los secan al sol y luego los pintan, por eso son tan especiales. Primer concierto de la nueva gira en Mengíbar, y uno de los fines de semana más inte...

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Un premio para Goyo

November 4, 2008
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Mi "sosio" de trabajo, el gran Goyal, acaba de ganar el primer premio del concurso yodona. Si al final voy a tener que tratarte con respeto y todo ... cuándo era que lo íbamos a celebrar?

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Los viejos amigos …

October 29, 2008
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Nuevo repertorio, nuevos arreglos. Nueva gira, nuevos lugares. Sin olvidarse de los viejos amigos. `|cartel mengibar|`_ Empezamos la gira esta vez en Mengíbar, y mañana jueves (30 de Octubre) estaremos por la pecha, celebrando la publicación del EP ...

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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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OSWL 2008

October 23, 2008
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La verdad, me parece una suerte tener la Open Source World Conference tan cerquita. `|foto de grupo de la excursión Granada/Jaén (como el aeropuerto)|`_ Este año estuvo genial, sobre todo las exposiciones en el hall. Lo peor, que a algunas charlas n...

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Cambiar el color de ls para terminales con fondo oscuro

October 23, 2008
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Por fin encontré la manera para no dejarme la vista intentando distinguir azul oscuro sobre negro. Se trata de añadir el código a tu .bash_profile y los directorios se te colorearán de un verde mucho más legible alias ls='ls --color' LS_COLORS='di...

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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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Tú a Fuengirola, yo a California

July 21, 2008
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Cosas que suceden. Me pierdo el concierto que más ilusión me hace de la temporada ... `|Fuengirola pop weekend|`_ Mientras, estaré en California en una boda (California el Estado, no el Club de la N-3). PD: algunas canciones del nuevo EP de versione...

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Cosas por hacer en esta vida …

June 23, 2008
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Cosas por hacer en esta vida …

Escribir un libro Ganar un Grammi Beber de una fuente de chocolate (hecho)

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Cambio de planes!

June 10, 2008
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Al final el concierto de este sábado no es en la vogue sino en la sugarpop: `|cartel concierto esclavos|`_ Migue se ha currado unos carteles estupendos (si te fijas, en el futbolín unos son del Granada y otros del Jerez xD), y aunque yo estoy de exá...

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Graduado!

June 1, 2008
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`|fabix graduado|`_ (tb hay un vídeo) Ahora, a seguir con mis estudios de psicocerámica y de cabeza a por el ig-nobel. System Message: WARNING/2 (/volatile/fabian/dev/fabian/webpage/content/old/graduado.rst, line 13) malformed substitution definiti...

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Teloneando en la telonera

May 18, 2008
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Teloneando en la telonera

Este viernes (Los Esclavos) tuvimos el privelegio de telonear a Paul Collins, que se acercó hasta Armilla para dar un concierto en la Telonera. Para mí, éste fue unos de los conciertos en los que mejor toqué (tanto que Migue me tuvo que invitar lue...

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Los Esclavos 2.0

May 13, 2008
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Los Esclavos 2.0

Después del concierto en Sevilla, fin de semana esclavo grabando en Daimiel, en La Mancha. Era mi primera vez grabando con Los Esclavos, y la verdad es que la cosa no pudo salir mejor, sonando bien y del tirón, sin mayores complicaciones. Al final se...

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Beyond ANOVA: from repeated measures to multilevel models

April 9, 2008
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Beyond ANOVA: from repeated measures to multilevel models

I have just finished giving a talk on repeated measures ANOVA and multilevel models at the PsyPAG Postgraduate Mathematics, Statistics and Computing workshop. I promised I would upload a link to my presentation. Here it is:I managed to correct a couple...

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