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Matt Moores
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Researcher in computational Bayesian statistics
Researcher in computational Bayesian statistics

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ignore any PM you receive on Skype (especially with links to Baidu)

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I was surprised to discover that OpenMP is not supported in the Xcode version of clang++
These instructions are for OS X Mavericks. Upgrading to el Capitan will almost certainly prevent this from working, due to the system integrity protection features that were introduced. Clang 3.8.0 supports OpenMP, but the version of clang included with…

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Igor recently posted some interesting data, showing the change in temperature over time with 2 different types of fan, or without any cooling. This data exhibits some unusual features: the underlying trend is smooth, over a long timeframe (minutes) but…

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Trying out Microsoft R Open (MRO) with Intel Math Kernel Library 
Following up on my previous post, a commenter on Reddit asked to see a comparison with Microsoft R Open using multithreaded Intel MKL: Microsoft R Open 3.2.5 Default CRAN mirror snapshot taken on 2016-05-01 The enhanced R distribution from Microsoft Visit…

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The simplex, the hypercube and the dual lattice

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NCSML workshop 2016: Aug. 31 & Sept. 1, at the University of Edinburgh

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The following instructions describe how (and why) to install GotoBLAS for R on Microsoft Windows.
In my experience, the default libRblas gives horrible performance across all of the platforms that I regularly use (Windows, Mac OS & Linux). The R package that I’m currently developing uses RcppEigen, which is not dependent on an efficient BLAS or LAPACK…

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I have mixed feelings about some of the new features in RStudio v0.99.489, but one thing I really like is the menu command “Insert Roxygen Skeleton.” It has always bugged me that the R package created by a call to utils::package.skeleton(..) doesn’t pass…
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