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Compute the number of digits in an integer

August 31, 2015
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Compute the number of digits in an integer

The title of this blog post might seem strange, but I occasionally need to compute the number of digits in a number, usually because I am trying to stuff an integer value into a string. Each time, I have to derive the formula from scratch, so I am writing this […] The post Compute the number of digits in an integer appeared first on The DO Loop.

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Monitor convergence during simulation studies in SAS

August 26, 2015
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Monitor convergence during simulation studies in SAS

Ugh! Your favorite regression procedure just printed a warning to the SAS log. Something is wrong, and your attempt to fit a model to the data has not succeeded. A typical message is "WARNING: The validity of the model fit is questionable," perhaps followed by some additional diagnostic messages about […] The post Monitor convergence during simulation studies in SAS appeared first on The DO Loop.

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Interview with COPSS award Winner John Storey

August 25, 2015
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Interview with COPSS award Winner John Storey

  Editor's Note: We are again pleased to interview the COPSS President's award winner. The COPSS Award is one of the most prestigious in statistics, sometimes called the Nobel Prize in statistics. This year the award went to John Storey who also won the Mortimer Spiegelman award for his outstanding contribution to public health statistics.  This interview is

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The Next National Library of Medicine Director Can Help Define the Future of Data Science

August 24, 2015
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The main motivation for starting this blog was to share our enthusiasm about the increased importance of data and data analysis in science, industry, and society in general. Based on recent initiatives, such as BD2k, it is clear that the NIH is also enthusiastic and very much interested in supporting data science. For those that don't know,

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Ten tips for simulating data with SAS

August 24, 2015
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Ten tips for simulating data with SAS

One of my presentations at SAS Global Forum 2015 was titled "Ten Tips for Simulating Data with SAS". The paper was published in the conference proceedings several months ago, but I recently recorded a short video that gives an overview of the 10 tips: If your browser does not support […] The post Ten tips for simulating data with SAS appeared first on The DO Loop.

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Video: Ten tips for simulating data with SAS

August 24, 2015
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Video: Ten tips for simulating data with SAS

One of my presentations at SAS Global Forum 2015 was titled "Ten Tips for Simulating Data with SAS". The paper was published in the conference proceedings several months ago, but I recently recorded a short video that gives an overview of the 10 tips: If your browser does not support […] The post Video: Ten tips for simulating data with SAS appeared first on The DO Loop.

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Data frames and tables in Scala

August 21, 2015
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Data frames and tables in Scala

Introduction To statisticians and data scientists used to working in R, the concept of a data frame is one of the most natural and basic starting points for statistical computing and data analysis. It always surprises me that data frames aren’t a core concept in most programming languages’ standard libraries, since they are essentially a … Continue reading Data frames and tables in Scala

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Interview with Sherri Rose and Laura Hatfield

August 21, 2015
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Interview with Sherri Rose and Laura Hatfield

  Rose/Hatfield © Savannah Bergquist Laura Hatfield and Sherri Rose are Assistant Professors specializing in biostatistics at Harvard Medical School in the Department of Health Care Policy. Laura received her PhD in Biostatistics from the University of Minnesota and Sherri completed her PhD in Biostatistics at UC Berkeley. They are developing novel statistical methods for

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Assistant Professor of Statistics at IUPUI

August 21, 2015
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Assistant Professor of Statistics at IUPUI

I graduated from MSU this summer and moved to Indianapolis as an assistant professor of Statistics at IUPUI. This is my first official job in life. Welcome to my Homepage: math.iupui.edu/~hlwang !

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She wants to be an airborne ranger

August 21, 2015
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She wants to be an airborne ranger

I wanna be an airborne ranger, Live the life of guts and danger.* If you are an 80's movie buff, you might remember the scene in The Breakfast Club where Bender, the juvenile delinquent played by Judd Nelson, distracts the principal by running through the school singing this song. Recently, […] The post She wants to be an airborne ranger appeared first on The DO Loop.

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