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Recent blog posts
When a makeup junkie uses R to explore data
You can download your facebook message history from your personal account, under Setting. Click on Download a copy of your Facebook data. In the zip file, you will get all the photos, messages and posts you have sent in the past.
I read data into R from spreadsheets all the time, but today I had a google sheets document from a google survey that I wanted to upload.
One of the greatest thing about R is the thousands of packages available on CRAN and Github. Without being a pro on programming, this lets you to do pretty cool things thanks to all the hard work done by the community.
INLA is a nice (fast) alternative to MCMC for fitting Bayesian models. They each have some pros and cons, but while MCMC is a pretty intuitive method to learn and even implement yourself in simple scenarios, the INLA algorithms were a mathematical stretch for me.
I worked for a few years with academics who insisted on using SAS. It was a new language for me but as I became more experienced, I grew to really enjoy using it.
My work has always spanned several disciplines, but at its core, I spent a lot of time thinking about social issues surrounding health. I was astonished about how many rich sources data were available and (completely free!) from the U.S. Here are some of my favourites.
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