# Posts Tagged ‘ mosaic package ’

## ggformula: another option for teaching graphics in R to beginners

September 21, 2017
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A previous entry (http://sas-and-r.blogspot.com/2017/07/options-for-teaching-r-to-beginners.htmldescribes an approach to teaching graphics in R that also “get students doing powerful things quickly”, as David Robinson suggested

In this guest blog entry, Randall Pruim offers an alternative way based on a different formula interface. Here's Randall:

For a number of years I and...

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## Example 2014.13: Statistics doesn’t have to be so hard! Resampling in R and SAS

November 17, 2014
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A recent post pointed us to a great talk that elegantly described how inferences from a trial could be analyzed with a purely resampling-based approach. The talk uses data from a paper that considered the association between beer consumption and mosqu...

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## The Statistical Sleuth (second edition) in R

August 15, 2012
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For those of you who teach, or are interested in seeing an illustrated series of analyses, there is a new compendium of files to help describe how to fit models for the extended case studies in the Second Edition of the Statistical Sleuth: A Course in...

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## Example 9.38: dynamite plots, revisited

July 16, 2012
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Dynamite plots are a somewhat pejorative term for a graphical display where the height of a bar indicates the mean, and the vertical line on top of it represents the standard deviation (or standard error). These displays are commonly found in many scie...

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## Example 9.22: shading plots and inequalities

March 1, 2012
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A colleague teaching college algebra wrote in the R-sig-teaching list asking for assistance in plotting the solutions to the inequality x^2 - 3 > 0. This type of display is handy in providing a graphical solution to accompany an analytic one. RThe plot...

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## Example 9.20: visualizing Simpson’s paradox

February 7, 2012
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Simpson's paradox is always amazing to explain to students. What's bad for one group, and bad for another group is good for everyone, if you just collapse over the grouping variable. Unlike many mathematical paradoxes, this arises in a number of real...

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## Example 9.12: simpler ways to carry out permutation tests

October 31, 2011
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In a previous entry, as well as section 2.4.3 of the book, we describe how to carry out a 2 group permutation test in SAS as well as with the coin package in R. We demonstrate with comparing the ages of the female and male subjects in the HELP study.I...

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## Example 9.12: simpler ways to carry out permutation tests

October 31, 2011
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In a previous entry, as well as section 2.4.3 of the book, we describe how to carry out a 2 group permutation test in SAS as well as with the coin package in R. We demonstrate with comparing the ages of the female and male subjects in the HELP study.I...

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