Monthly Archives: April 2012

The Need for paste2 (part II)

This is Part II of a multi part blog on the paste2 function… In my first post on the paste2 function I promised a proof of a few practical uses.  The first example I have comes from psychometrics and comes out of … Continue reading

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The Need for paste2 (part I)

This is Part I of a multi part blog on the paste2 function… I recently generated a new paste function that takes an unspecified list of equal length variables (a column) or multiple columns of a data frame  and pastes … Continue reading

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microbenchmarking with R

I love to benchmark.  Maybe I’m a bit weird but I love to bench  everything in R.  Recently I’ve had people raise accuracy challenges to the typical system.time and rbenchmark package approaches to benchmarking.  I saw Hadley Wickham promoting the … Continue reading

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