If you have a vector of factors it is easy to get the factor level; however, I always forget how to extract the factor value. I ran into the answer here. __ x x 1.61 1.12 1.26 0.09 -0.13 0.16 -0.03 -0.1 0.09 -0.47 A B...

If you have a vector of factors it is easy to get the factor level; however, I always forget how to extract the factor value. I ran into the answer here. __ x x 1.61 1.12 1.26 0.09 -0.13 0.16 -0.03 -0.1 0.09 -0.47 A B...

The Applied Bioinformatics at PRI group where I now work in Wageningen and the group of Steffen Neumann in Halle have started the MetWare project on Sourceforge to develop opensource databases for metabolomics data.The databases design will be based on...

During my PhD I wrote a simple but effective genetic algorithm package for R. Because there was a bug recently found, and there is interest in extending the functionality, I have set up a SourceForge project called genalg.The package provides GA support for binary and real-value chromosomes (and integer chromosomes is something that will be added soon), and allows...

The plotting capabilities of R are excellent; however, when I am preparing a figure for publication, I often need to combine multiple plots or add objects (e.g., arrows or text) to an existing plot. While this can be accomplished in R, my patience for ...

The plm package for R lets you run a number of common panel data models, including The fixed effects (or within) estimator The random effects GLS estimator It also allows for general GLS estimation, as well as GMM estimation, and includes a feature for heteroscedasticity consistent covariance estimation. It’s very easy to use, it simply

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