## R

- Make Power Fun (Again?)
- Use CSS to format markdown or HTML files
- Introduction of the pdfsearch package
- Extending accessibility of open-source statistical software to the masses A shiny case study
- Simulation and power analysis of generalized linear mixed models
- Interactively building test forms from an IRT perspective An application of R and Shiny
- Web Scraping to Item Response Theory - A College Football Adventure
- Speed test of sequence generation for unbalanced simulation
- Remove leading 0 with ggplot2.
- Structured simulation of regression models - simReg package.
- Google location data -- Where I've been.
- Offense or defense improve likelihood of becoming bowl eligible?
- Dodged bar charts, why not a line graph?
- Format Markdown Documents in R
- R gui Revisited
- AERA Preview
- Evolution of Code
- Update to highlightHTML package
- rCharts with slidy
- Picking a gui interface for R
- When I use plyr/dplyr
- Two of my favorite data.table features
- Guessing Correlations: A shiny app
- SPSS to R: An R package to convert SPSS syntax
- My Course Slide Generation
- Formatting Markdown Tables with R
- Conditional Formatting Tables using R
- Blog Logo

## ggplot2

- Remove leading 0 with ggplot2.
- Google location data -- Where I've been.
- Offense or defense improve likelihood of becoming bowl eligible?
- Dodged bar charts, why not a line graph?
- Blog Logo

## LaTeX

## markdown

- Use CSS to format markdown or HTML files
- Format Markdown Documents in R
- Update to highlightHTML package
- My Course Slide Generation
- Formatting Markdown Tables with R

## CSS

## slidy

## SPSS

## package

- Make Power Fun (Again?)
- Use CSS to format markdown or HTML files
- Introduction of the pdfsearch package
- Extending accessibility of open-source statistical software to the masses A shiny case study
- Structured simulation of regression models - simReg package.
- Format Markdown Documents in R
- SPSS to R: An R package to convert SPSS syntax

## shiny

- Extending accessibility of open-source statistical software to the masses A shiny case study
- Interactively building test forms from an IRT perspective An application of R and Shiny
- Guessing Correlations: A shiny app

## teaching

## data.table

## plyr

## dplyr

## gui

## rCharts

## javascript

## html

## highlightHTML

- Use CSS to format markdown or HTML files
- Format Markdown Documents in R
- Update to highlightHTML package

## code

## XML

## evolution

## Javascript

## AERA

## graphics

- Remove leading 0 with ggplot2.
- Google location data -- Where I've been.
- Offense or defense improve likelihood of becoming bowl eligible?
- Dodged bar charts, why not a line graph?

## trend

## cfb

- Estimating NCAA Football Coaches’ Abilities An Application of Item Response Theory
- Web Scraping to Item Response Theory - A College Football Adventure
- Offense or defense improve likelihood of becoming bowl eligible?

## maps

## simReg

## sequence

## speedtest

## slides

- Make Power Fun (Again?)
- Extending accessibility of open-source statistical software to the masses A shiny case study
- Estimating NCAA Football Coaches’ Abilities An Application of Item Response Theory
- Simulation and power analysis of generalized linear mixed models
- Assessing the validity of item response theory models when calibrating field test items
- Informative vs uninformative prior distributions with characteristic curve linking methods
- Interactively building test forms from an IRT perspective An application of R and Shiny
- Web Scraping to Item Response Theory - A College Football Adventure

## rvest

## buildform

## Monte Carlo

## Poster

## IRT

- Estimating NCAA Football Coaches’ Abilities An Application of Item Response Theory
- Assessing the validity of item response theory models when calibrating field test items
- Informative vs uninformative prior distributions with characteristic curve linking methods