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Articles Code Snippets Book Reviews Software Reviews Special Volumes
SAVE: An R Package for the Statistical Analysis of Computer Models
Vol. 64, Issue 13, Apr 2015
Submitted 2013-06-27, Accepted 2014-07-29
Jesús Palomo, Rui Paulo, Gonzalo García-Donato
GPfit: An R Package for Fitting a Gaussian Process Model to Deterministic Simulator Outputs
Vol. 64, Issue 12, Apr 2015
Submitted 2012-10-24, Accepted 2014-07-29
Blake MacDonald, Pritam Ranjan, Hugh Chipman
BatchJobs and BatchExperiments: Abstraction Mechanisms for Using R in Batch Environments
Vol. 64, Issue 11, Mar 2015
Submitted 2012-05-30, Accepted 2014-08-04
Bernd Bischl, Michel Lang, Olaf Mersmann, Jörg Rahnenführer, Claus Weihs
gems: An R Package for Simulating from Disease Progression Models
Vol. 64, Issue 10, Mar 2015
Submitted 2013-02-20, Accepted 2014-07-24
Nello Blaser, Luisa Salazar Vizcaya, Janne Estill, Cindy Zahnd, Bindu Kalesan, Matthias Egger, Thomas Gsponer, Olivia Keiser
nparcomp: An R Software Package for Nonparametric Multiple Comparisons and Simultaneous Confi dence Intervals
Vol. 64, Issue 9, Mar 2015
Submitted 2012-11-08, Accepted 2014-06-10
Frank Konietschke, Marius Placzek, Frank Schaarschmidt, Ludwig A. Hothorn
R Package multgee: A Generalized Estimating Equations Solver for Multinomial Responses
Vol. 64, Issue 8, Mar 2015
Submitted 2013-06-08, Accepted 2014-07-24
Anestis Touloumis
PReMiuM: An R Package for Profile Regression Mixture Models Using Dirichlet Processes
Vol. 64, Issue 7, Mar 2015
Submitted 2013-04-09, Accepted 2014-07-15
Silvia Liverani, David I. Hastie, Lamiae Azizi, Michail Papathomas, Sylvia Richardson
SDD: An R Package for Serial Dependence Diagrams
Vol. 64, Code Snippet 2, Mar 2015
Submitted 2013-05-23, Accepted 2014-07-14
Luca Bagnato, Lucio De Capitani, Angelo Mazza, Antonio Punzo
Building a Nomogram for Survey-Weighted Cox Models Using R
Vol. 64, Code Snippet 1, Mar 2015
Submitted 2011-09-29, Accepted 2014-05-23
Marinela Capanu, Mithat Gönen
Pitfalls in the Implementation of Bayesian Hierarchical Modeling of Areal Count Data: An Illustration Using BYM and Leroux Models
Vol. 63, Code Snippet 1, Feb 2015
Submitted 2013-06-03, Accepted 2014-10-24
Florian Gerber, Reinhard Furrer
mdscore: An R Package to Compute Improved Score Tests in Generalized Linear Models
Vol. 61, Code Snippet 2, Oct 2014
Submitted 2011-12-16, Accepted 2014-06-02
Antonio Hermes M. da Silva-Júnior, Damião Nóbrega da Silva, Silvia L. P. Ferrari
Tutorial: Survival Estimation for Cox Regression Models with Time-Varying Coefficients Using SAS and R
Vol. 61, Code Snippet 1, Oct 2014
Submitted 2012-09-28, Accepted 2014-06-06
Laine Thomas, Eric M. Reyes
Nestedness for Dummies (NeD): A User-Friendly Web Interface for Exploratory Nestedness Analysis
Vol. 59, Code Snippet 3, Aug 2014
Submitted 2012-11-06, Accepted 2014-05-07
Giovanni Strona, Paolo Galli, Davide Seveso, Simone Montano, Simone Fattorini
runmixregls: A Program to Run the MIXREGLS Mixed-Effects Location Scale Software from within Stata
Vol. 59, Code Snippet 2, Aug 2014
Submitted 2013-07-13, Accepted 2014-04-23
George Leckie
Multilevel Modeling Using R
Vol. 62, Book Review 1, Jan 2015
Submitted 2015-01-10, Accepted 2015-01-10
Reviewed by Ulrike Grömping
Implementing Reproducible Research
Vol. 61, Book Review 2, Oct 2014
Submitted 2014-10-16, Accepted 2014-10-16
Reviewed by Brigid Wilson
XML and Web Technologies for Data Sciences with R
Vol. 61, Book Review 1, Oct 2014
Submitted 2014-10-19, Accepted 2014-10-16
Reviewed by Simon Munzert
Growth Curve Analysis and Visualization Using R
Vol. 58, Book Review 2, Jul 2014
Submitted 2014-06-26, Accepted 2014-06-26
Reviewed by Joshua F. Wiley
Analyzing Spatial Models of Choice and Judgment with R
Vol. 58, Book Review 1, Jul 2014
Submitted 2014-06-10, Accepted 2014-06-10
Reviewed by Gary Evans
Dynamic Documents with R and knitr
Vol. 56, Book Review 2, Jan 2014
Submitted 2014-01-09, Accepted 2014-01-09
Reviewed by Amelia McNamara
Handbook of SAS® DATA Step Programming
Vol. 56, Book Review 1, Jan 2014
Submitted 2014-01-06, Accepted 2014-01-06
Reviewed by Xiangxiang Meng, Wayne Thompson
Statistical Software (R, SAS, SPSS, and Minitab) for Blind Students and Practitioners
Vol. 58, Software Review 1, Jul 2014
Submitted 2014-06-19, Accepted 2014-06-19
Reviewed by A. Jonathan R. Godfrey, M. Theodor Loots
DataGraph 3.0
Vol. 47, Software Review 2, May 2012
Submitted 2012-05-31, Accepted 2012-05-31
Reviewed by Michael R. MacAskill
mathStatica 2.5
Vol. 47, Software Review 1, Apr 2012
Submitted 2012-04-02, Accepted 2012-04-02
Reviewed by Barrie Stokes
gret1 1.7.3
Vol. 25, Software Review 1, Mar 2008
Submitted 2008-03-26, Accepted 2008-03-31
Reviewed by Andreas Rosenblad
Stata 10 (Time Series and Forecasting)
Vol. 23, Software Review 1, Dec 2007
Submitted 2007-12-12, Accepted 2007-12-12
Reviewed by Robert Alan Yaffee
Scientific Workplace 5.5 and LyX 1.4.2
Vol. 17, Software Review 1, Oct 2006
Submitted 2006-10-27, Accepted 2006-10-27
Reviewed by Andreas Karlsson
Aabel 1.5.7
Vol. 11, Software Review 1, Jul 2004
Submitted 2004-07-20, Accepted 2004-07-20
Reviewed by Antony Unwin
Volume 63: Spatial Statistics
Volume 60: Optimization
Volume 49: Graphical User Interfaces for R
Volume 48: Psychoco: Psychometric Computing in R
Volume 45: Multiple Imputation
Volume 44: Magnetic Resonance Imaging in R
Volume 42: Political Methodology
Volume 41: Statistical Software for State Space Methods
Volume 38: Competing Risks and Multi-State Models
Volume 27: Econometrics in R

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