University of Minnesota, Twin Cities School of Statistics (Local) Rweb
Also I must abide by the University Accessibility of Information Technology Policy, which I try to do, as well as I can. I'm all for accessibility, but it is hard to test.
My worst accessibility offense is using plots in statistics (including over the web via Rweb). I don't know how to make them accessible. There's a good research area for anyone interested in statistical graphics. Apparently, this is already an area of some research interest, but we are a long way from an R device driver that outputs accessible statistical graphics (AFAIK).
Usual Asymptoticsare Bogus. The page linked above also links to supplementary material showing how the figures in the slides were produced. Both slides and supplementary material are reproducible (knitr source provided).
mcmccontributed package for R.
MCMC: Does it work? How can we tell?. It was in an invited session organized by Peter Hoff in which speakers were supposed to be critical as opposed to claiming some idea of theirs was the greatest thing since sliced bread like every other speaker does. I tried.
parallel temperingin the MCMC community.
trustto do trust region optimization. This is a general unconstrained optimization routine that competes with the R functions
optimthat come with the base distribution.
asterto do life history analysis for data on biological organisms. Aster models are in some respects either specializations or generalizations (both in different respects) of survival analysis, generalized linear models, and graphical models.
rcddto do computational geometry, a (partial) interface to the functionality of the cddlib library written by Komei Fukuda.
bernorto do logit-normal GLMM.
mcmcto do Markov chain Monte Carlo.
Some fooling around with Java applets.