I have been, uh, “blessed” by the data gods for most of my research data, in that I really rarely have non-planned missing data. Seriously. Most of my research has involved surveys, lab experiments, or within-subject repeated measures, and for some reason, I just rarely had missing data. The missing data was small enough to … Continue reading "A foray into Bayesian handling of missing data"
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GitHub vs. GitLab Git is a distributed implementation of version control. Many people have written very eloquently about why it is a good idea to use version control, not only if you collaborate in a team but also if you work on your own; one example is this article from RStudio’s Support pages. In short, its main feature is that version control allows you to keep track of the changes you make to your code. It will also keep a history of all the changes you have made in the past and allows…
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