Archive for April 2009

Babylonian confusion or flexibility?

As we are used from UNIX. there is not one single suitable solution to solve a problem, but usually a few different ways to do “the same”. Depending on what commands we know (best), we will chose the one or the other solution. Only the absolute expert will be able to choose the most efficient […]

Different Disciplines – Same Problem?!

As I know from past experience, statisticians usually don’t read what computer scientists do and vice versa. Thus I have good reason to assume that the two posts came up independently: Andrew Gelman’s Blog: What’s better than R for exploratory data plots? Robert Kosara’s EagerEyes: Where are the Visualization Tools? Both are looking for good […]