Monthly Archives: August 2017

Treating your data: The old school vs tidyverse modern tools

By Gabriel Vasconcelos When I first started using R there was no such thing as the tidyverse. Although some of the tidyverse packages were available independently, I learned to treat my data mostly using brute force combining pieces of information … Continue reading

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The package hdm for double selection inference with a simple example

By Gabriel Vasconcelos In a late post I discussed the Double Selection (DS), a procedure for inference after selecting controls. I showed an example of the consequences of ignoring the variable selection step discussed in an article by Belloni, Chernozhukov … Continue reading

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