New Series on R in Transportation Modeling [Updated 10 October 2013]
I've been doing a lot of statistical stuff over the past several weeks, and I think it is worth some value to the Interwebs if I try and post some of it. I'm considering making it a course of some sort with some scrubbed HHTS data (no, I can't post real peoples' locations and names, I think I might get in a little bit of trouble for that).
The "syllabus" is roughly something like this (last update: 10 October 2013):
- Intro to R: getting data in, making summaries
- Trip rates - Linear and Non-linear modeling 6/7/13
- Mode Choice Estimation in R 6/14/13
- Trip rates - Averages 9/13/13
- Complex Mode Choice Estimation in Biogeme <-Coming in two weeks or less!
- Distribution Friction Factors
- Distribution K Factors
- Outputs and Graphics
I can't guarantee that these will be the next eight weeks worth of posts - there will probably be some weeks with a different post, since I don't know if I can get all this stuff done in six weeks, even with the head start I have.
In other news...
I've been disabling comments on these short posts that really don't warrant any sort of responses. I've been getting a lot of spam on this blog, so I'm cutting it down where I can. This is not a global thing, I've been turning them off on certain posts, but the default is on.