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Making a parser in Java

I am making a parser for Turtle and I am done with it, but the problem is that it is awful. I'm not allowed to use global variables or parameters which is why it is more complicated that it needed to ...
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Libraries to parse SAS SPDE in R?

Apologies for asking a question that is basically a search, but so far my efforts looking into this have not turned up much. We're working with some data that has been organized into chunks with SPDE ...
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Which software framework for developing a HIPAA-compliant web app?

I am looking for guidance on which software framework(s) to use to build a web application. I'm looking to develop a web application that will: administer an electronic consent, administer ...
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Free Data Analysis and GIS Software Recommendations

I'll soon write my master thesis in political science and want to analyze geo-referenced conflict data. However, I didnt do any regression analyses, GIS or statistics for 2 years while I was working ...
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Library for convex and decreasing regression in cpp (preferrably based on spline)

I need a method to fit a convex and decreasing curve on a set of points (the points may not be monotonic) in cpp. I found a existing method which is based on quadratic splines being fit over points ...
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Is there an R package similar to JMBayes for the joint modelling of a continuous and a categorical outcome?

I would like to create a joint model of a continuous variable (time between two events) and a categorical outcome (0 or 1) according to two different categorical variables. I have found the JMBayes ...
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R/Python Package for Geographically weighted quantile regression (GWQR)

I'm interested in this paper, I want to imitate it and then do an experiment, But I don't know how to achieve the GWQR algorithm. Is there a R/Python package that implement it?
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Is there an equivalent of Python Tutor for R?

Is there a tool like Python Tutor that help beginners by showing code execution step by step?. I know that you can use the RStudio's debugger, be I will be using it in a course where the students don'...
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Is there a library/API like Leaflet available for Starmaps?

Disclaimer I attempted to find an answer on the Astronomy Stack Exchange site, but seeing that I didn't gain much traction there, I'm posting here to see if anyone can help with my query. Some ...
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Is there such a lightweight IDE for Python as RStudio is for R?

Responsiveness, interactive ipython console, and versatile, customizable design (not like Jupyter Notebook which locks you into browser); I need full control on editor color scheme, syntax coloring, ...
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R library for matching similar names

I'm trying to join datasets with names that partially match, ex. "John Smith" vs. "Jonathan Q. Smith". I'm familiar with the fuzzy joins package and am wondering if there are other ...
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R packages for text mining - beginner level

I am looking for a simple to use R package that will allow me to: Analysis a chunk of text data for frequency Easily allow me to exclude common terms e.g. "and" "yes" Allow for ...
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Need a alternative to Surveygizmo / alchemer

I have been using Surveygizmo for 5 years and it has been mostly great but in the last year. There has been several incidences of downtime without good support. The number one requirement is to be ...
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R Markdown Template for US Patents

I am looking for a R package to help me format my patent. I can use regular R Markdown and wire up the TxT package uspatent, but I am looking for a more integrated solution. Similar to how rticles ...
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Opening Access data in R on a mac

I have a load of old data on a Microsoft access (accdb) file. I can't open it on my mac, is there a way to open it directly in R? Is there a package that will let me do this? I don't need to open it ...
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personal cloud computing service

I'm looking for a cloud computing service for my data analysis projects. I may be quite left alone in this, so I need it for myself alone. I spent some time learning about most popular cloud computing ...
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Is there a package in Rstudio that allows building a multiverse recommender system?

For my thesis, I am trying to create a Context-Aware Recommender System (CARS) in R. I have come across multiple packages such as ‘recosystem’ and 'recommenderlab' but I cannot find anything related ...
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Good module for Item Response Theory (IRT) in python

I'm working on a project related to IRT. I really want to analyze my data with python. I googled it, but I couldn't find the module I need. Do you know some great modules that can handle IRT? Here ...
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Spreadsheet with ability to do scientific and statistical computation?

Is there a spreadsheet program that allows scripting with Sagemath, Python and R? I have learned those and found that some things can be done much easier with those than VBA or Libre Office basic. Or ...
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Adapting to Python/R as a SAS expert

I'm learning Python and R, because so many companies demand those skill sets now. This is me shamelessly looking for training wheels because my older habits are taking time to unlearn. I am an ...
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Uploading csv files to an R file without having excel

I'm starting an internship where I'll be uploading different csv files into some R files I'm working on. Problem is, I don't have excel and can't really pay for Microsoft Office. Are there any options,...
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How to handle concurrent requests in R

I apologize if this is a neophyte's question. I have an AWS box running R and responding to requests to run an R function via a socket connection from another AWS box. Currently my R box runs just ...
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A python or R library for 3D plot that can use heigth and color independently

I'm plotting the effect of the interaction of two variables in two different dependent variables and want to present them both on a single plot. I had a level plot showing the colors for one variable ...
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Looking for a geospatial mapping package in R

I'm doing some hydrology research and looking for a geospatial mapping package to visualize some of my results. I currently have data at 41 different locations in Wisconsin, locations for which I have ...
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Is there an R or Python function to plot multivariate Gaussian mixtures?

Is there a package in R or a library in Python with some functions that allow a graphical representation of a multivariate (2 - dimensional) Gaussian mixture as a joint distribution? By this I mean ...
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R package for multilevel tobit analysis

I am doing reserach on behavior analysis, and doing statistical analysis to see the effects of factors across different neighborhoods. For that I need to conduct multilevel tobit regression analysis ...
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Diff & patch files through R (win/linux/mac)

Is there a way I can "diff" two files from within R and store/apply the patch later? I want something that will work on Windows, Linux and macOS. I've looked at the package "diffobj" which doesn't ...
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Is there a cross language logger

I want to able to run a single logger and post to it from different languages. Is there a single logger out there that will work with java python and r?
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syncing code across multiple computers

I'm looking at ways to sync my code across computers, so it can be used and edited on either. I currently code in: R python sql developer What would be the best way to do this. I was looking at ...
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Parse nested JSON in R

I was trying to parse several JSONs on a dataframe on R, and I failed miserably. The files were quite different. Some were quite simple and easy to parse (with library jsonlite), other were heavily ...
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Videoplayer for many 15sec. snippets with easy jumping between snippets (behavior analysis)

I am looking for a video player or way to program in R the following functions: A 10min. long video (or 40 individual 15sec. Videos) is played in 15sec. snippets. I.e. 0-14sec. 15-29sec. and so on. ...
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R library/package to count cars in distorted images

I have a image recognition task, I have one million pictures and I have to detect how many cars are there in each picture. I'm a middle level R user, a beginer python user, and a midle Java user. ...
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software for Braun's 2007 method for simultaneously optimizing dose and schedule of a new cytotoxic agent (in a phase 1 clinical trial)

Is there an R library or other implementation for Braun's 2007 Bayesian method for simultaneously optimizing dose and schedule of a new cytotoxic agent (in a phase 1 clinical trial) https://journals....
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Implementation of Similarity forest algorithm

I'm looking for an implementation of Similarity Forest algorithm as defined by Sathe et al. in their KDD paper (https://www.kdd.org/kdd2017/papers/view/similarity-forests). So far, I have found this ...
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Matrix multiplication on an upper/lower triangular matrix

I am a statistician working on DNA datasets. I am writing an R package, and I will routinely need to perform matrix multiplication on upper-triangular (sparse) matrices that have hundreds-of-millions ...
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Read powerpoint .ppt file

I am looking for a solution how to read .ppt files (the old type, NOT .pptx) using preferably the programming language R. If there is none, other solutions (e.g. using Python) would be welcome as well....
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Any rule based classifier implementations in R that can handle numeric attributes?

I'm looking for any rule based classifier implementation with the exception of C4.5rules that can handle numeric attributes in R. I've taken a look at RWeka however numeric attributes are not ...
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R access to SQL Server

I'm having to update my access to SQL Server from R on windows. The only option I see right now is odbc. Unfortunately, the ODBC standard and this driver (using nanodbc) in particular has some ...
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Sequence nodes in network visualization in R

I am looking for an R package that is used for network graph visualizations, but can take string sequences as nodes. For example: AAAAATAAA / / / ATAAAAAA or AAAAATTTTAAA |---| ...
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Best package to profile R code

I need to profile R code, preferably with a graphical interface. Which package + IDE would be the best for this task? I didn't know there would be different kinds of profiling in R (when I profile in ...
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Recommended language/environment for large scale semi-continuous biological models

We have a fairly large (maybe 1000 equations) differential-algebraic equation model written in ACSLX, an obsolete modelling environment similar to Modelica. The model represents the evolution of a ...
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Where to create SQL databases online?

I am wanting to create my own online SQL database for a website that is going to feature some interactive r shiny/plotly apps. I see that there a appear to be a few options through things like amazon ...
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Which Software Solution should I Use to employ predictive analytics (as a newbie)?

I'm a Business Intelligence analyst working almost entirely with SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) and Tableau to produce BI reports. I'd like to start to incorporate some predictive analytics, and ...
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Generating ggplot2 plots from c++

I'm developing an application in c++ that requires drawing lots of plots. In this respect, taking into account that I have a modest experience with R and ggplot2, I am currently generating scripts in ...
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Decision trees in R or Python (not from dataset)

I'm teaching a class on decision analysis in the fall and am looking for a python or R equivalent to Excel's Precision Tree. What I want is for the students to be able to add the nodes of the tree, ...
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Is there any R GUI not using client-server approach?

Most people uses RStudio, at least on Windows, but it has a problem, it connects to R using TCP, through 127.0.0.1 port 8787. That causes problems in many computers, related with the antivirus, ...
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GUI for Python, Spark and R

We have a SAS Enterprise guide as GUI for SAS. Similarly we would like have a GUI for Python and Spark. Can any one suggest GUI's for Python and Spark? Thanks
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Online-model libraries for R

"Online" models are those where you train a model and then update the coefficients/weights of the model as new data comes in. This avoids needing to load and process all data every time you want to ...
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R console inside text editor

What are some good text editors similar to Sublime Text 3 that can run an R console? Or is there an alternative of SublimeREPL that runs in Sublime? This is in Windows I have tried Rstudio but I don'...
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Packages for smart regression-based imputation of missing data for regression modelling?

I am doing regression modeling, where I have a continuous value I want to predict using many (~60) features. However, many of the samples in my dataset contain NaN features. Some features are very ...
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