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Robust Mediation Analysis: The R Package robmed

Andreas Alfons, Nüfer Y. Ateş, Patrick J. F. Groenen
Vol. 103, Issue 13

Bambi: A Simple Interface for Fitting Bayesian Linear Models in Python

Tomás Capretto, Camen Piho, Ravin Kumar, Jacob Westfall, Tal Yarkoni, Osvaldo A Martin
Vol. 103, Issue 15

plot3logit: Ternary Plots for Interpreting Trinomial Regression Models

Flavio Santi, Maria Michela Dickson, Giuseppe Espa, Diego Giuliani
Vol. 103, Code Snippet 1

Learning Base R (2nd Edition)

James E. Helmreich
Vol. 103, Book Review 1

Python and R for the Modern Data Scientist

Christopher J. Lortie
Vol. 103, Book Review 2
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