**Self-install (QUT MOE)**

**Without admin rights**

**Requires Administrator priviliges**

Computational Bayesian statistics

My workstation at uni was just upgraded to Windows 7, thus it is an opportune time to make an inventory of the software that I use and how to install it:

Adobe Reader X

Apple QuickTime 7.7

GPL Ghostscript 9.00

Matlab 2012a

MS Office 2007

MS Visual Studio 2010

SSH Secure Shell 3.2.9

Stata 11.2

VLC Media Player 1.1.11

JabRef 2.8.1

R 2.15.2

TeX Live 2012 (with TeXworks)

Linux Mint Debian Edition (on a new partition)

Foxit Reader (but make sure it doesn’t install any crappy browser plugins!)

Intel Parallel Studio XE 2013 (Intel Visual Fortran 13.1 as well as C, C++ & MKL)

RStudio (a bit flaky, but useful)

Rtools216 (includes both 64bit & Win32 versions of gcc & gfortran)

ELLA KAYE

Computational Bayesian statistics

Bayes' Food Cake

A bit of statistics, a bit of cakes.

RWeekly.org - Blogs to Learn R from the Community

Computational Bayesian statistics

Richard Everitt's blog

Computational Bayesian statistics

Let's Look at the Figures

David Firth's blog

Nicholas Tierney

Computational Bayesian statistics

Sweet Tea, Science

Two southern scientistas will be bringing you all that is awesome in STEM as we complete our PhDs. Ecology, statistics, sass.

Mad (Data) Scientist

Musings, useful code etc. on R and data science

Darren Wilkinson's blog

Statistics, computing, functional programming, data science, Bayes, stochastic modelling, systems biology and bioinformatics

(badness 10000)

Computational Bayesian statistics

Igor Kromin

Computational Bayesian statistics

Statisfaction

I can't get no

Xi'an's Og

an attempt at bloggin, nothing more...

Sam Clifford

Postdoctoral Fellow, Bayesian Statistics, Aerosol Science

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Also add to this JDK 8u101 with NetBeans 8.1 for Win64: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk-netbeans-jsp-142931.html

pandoc is useful for R package development:

https://github.com/jgm/pandoc

PuTTY might be preferable to SSH Secure Shell, especially if you need to use the same private key on Linux and Mac OS

http://www.putty.org/

WinSCP 5.9.2 gives a graphical interface for secure copy: https://winscp.net/eng/download.php