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Using Travis? Make sure you use a Github PAT

April 12, 2016
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Using Travis? Make sure you use a Github PAT

We’re in the fantastic situation where lots of people are using Travis-CI to test their R packages or use it to test and deploy their analytics/ documentation / anything really. It’s popularity has been having a negative side-effect recently though! GitHub rate limits API access to 5000 requests per hour so sometimes there are more The post

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List of useful RStudio addins made by useRs (a github repo)

April 4, 2016
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  Dean Attali started a GitHub repo listing RStudio addins, with the hope that other useRs will add to the list and make it a place to discover addins. Feel free to browse for useful addins, or make a pull request to add your own addin to the list. Here are the current items on the list: Name Description Package On...

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Porting Medium to Jekyll Github.io with R

March 22, 2016
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Porting Medium to Jekyll Github.io with R

I’m porting my Medium blog to host on Github using Jekyll at data-steve.github.io. I decided to do it with code and make a package out of it in case others might want to. Reasons Only after setting up the Medium blog did I realize that it doesn’t meet

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Building your own DataCamp course with GitHub

March 17, 2016
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This post builds upon the first post about DataCamp Teach, where you saw how you can create a brand new DataCamp course from scratch. Creating a course on Datacamp is very easy, but things can go wrong if you're coding up your own course and your source files can't be understood by the DataCamp parsers. In that case,...

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Create your own R tutorials with Github & DataCamp

February 15, 2016
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At DataCamp, we’ve been working on a improved way of creating content. DataCamp’s new Teach app is closely linked with GitHub, the popular web-service where you can collaborate on Git Repositories. To make creating and maintaining courses as easy as possible, the DataCamp Teach app can automatically convert a GitHub repository in a DataCamp course. This is...

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[R] Kenntnis-Tage 2016: Mastering the Digital Transformation with R and Analytics

February 10, 2016
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“Digital transformation is happening now.” This is not only the message of this year’s CeBIT, but also illustrates the actuality of digital change in the business environment. Data analysis is an essential component of digital transformation and enables among other things predictive maintenance within the context of Industry 4.0 initiatives. The programming language R as

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R User Groups on GitHub

January 28, 2016
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R User Groups on GitHub

by Joseph Rickert Quite a few times over the past few years I have highlighted presentations posted by R user groups on their websites and recommended these sites as a source for interesting material, but I have never thought to see what the user groups were doing on GitHub. As you might expect, many people who make presentations at...

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Data analysis with ProjectTemplate in RStudio with Git

January 17, 2016
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Data analysis with ProjectTemplate in RStudio with Git

Abstract ProjectTemplate is a system for organizing and automating data analysis in R. Here is a recipe for creating a new ProjectTemplate project in RStudio and initializing version control with Git. Order of Operations I find that the following sequence is most efficient and error-proof: Create ProjectTemplate project Create RStudio project from directory created in Step 1 Create a...

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Set up RStudio in the cloud to work with GitHub

January 17, 2016
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Set up RStudio in the cloud to work with GitHub

I love GitHub for version control and collaboration, though I'm no master of it. And the tools for integrating git and GitHub with RStudio are just amazing boons to productivity. Unfortunately, my University-supplied computer does not play well with GitHub. Various directories are locked down, and I can't push or pull to GitHub directly from RStudio. ...

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R documentation and R manuals from GitHub and Bioconductor on Rdocumentation

January 14, 2016
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R documentation and R manuals from GitHub and Bioconductor on Rdocumentation

As of today, you can search Rdocumentation not only for CRAN packages, but also for the R documentation and R manuals available on GitHub and Bioconductor. This is our largest update yet, and brings us one step closer to creating  a central place for all R documentation...

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