This post expands upon the brief introduction to the `snapgrid`

package given earlier. 900 more words

## Tags » Statistics 2

#### SNAPverse R package: snapgrid, continued

#### Statistics Saturday: TV Channel Names Noticed While Checking The DishTV In My Dream Last Night

- MeGrid: The Matrix
- Half
- Lex Pubublublublum
- AniAction
- Rorb
- WQWD
- Half (a subchannel of the first Half and not, I’m like 40% sure, my subconscious working up a joke about half-and-half, but I’m going to leave that idea out there because it makes a list like this seem that much more believable) … 19 more words

#### SNAPverse R package: snapgrid

This post introduces the `snapgrid`

R package, a data package in the SNAPverse R package ecosystem. It contains a number of convenient `raster`

objects sourced from spatially explicit maps commonly used at SNAP. 570 more words

#### Local Market Update - March 2018

The local real estate market set new home price records in many parts of the region in February. Prices here have grown faster than anywhere else in the country for the last 16 months in a row. 336 more words

#### Statistics Saturday: Every YouTube Video of Humans Interacting With Wild Raccoons

- 0:02 “Oh! Oh, hi there.”
- 0:08 “Yes, you’re very cute.”
- 0:14 “He’s so interested, look at that!”
- 0:24 “Hi to you too, oh, they’re so adorable.” … 36 more words

#### Semiparametric Regression in R

A. INTRODUCTION

When building statistical models, the goal is to define a compact and parsimonious mathematical representation of some data generating process. Many of these techniques require that one make assumptions about the data or how the analysis is specified. 861 more words

#### Video Tutorial - The Moment Generating Function of the Exponential Distribution

In this video tutorial on YouTube, I derive the moment generating function (MGF) of the exponential distribution. Visit my YouTube channel to watch more video tutorials!