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Running OpenBUGS through R

This is just a quick note on using OpenBUGS in R. This is particularly handy if you need to run a series of models on a data set, or if you need to manipulate the output of Bayesian analyses in

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The great caffeine conundrum

More and more of us are routinely logging data about our health and wellbeing. How can we use that data to inform and adapt our behaviour? How can we avoid over-interpreting what we experience? Here’s a real-world example.

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Plotting data in R: An introduction

R is a commonly used piece of statistical software. It’s free, it’s flexible, and it has a huge user community. When you first experience success in using it, you will be amazed by what can be done with a piece

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