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Tutorial Recap: Analyzing Census Data in R

May 22, 2015
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Tutorial Recap: Analyzing Census Data in R

A big thanks to Gabriela de Quieroz for organizing the San Francisco R-ladies Meetup, where I spent a few hours yesterday introducing people to my census-related R packages. A special thanks to Sharethrough as well, for letting us use their space for the event. It was my first time running a tutorial like this, and I spent a while thinking

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Ninth Torino R net meeting and free modelling areal data tutorial

May 12, 2015
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Ninth Torino R net meeting and free modelling areal data tutorial

On 4 June 2015 – 14:30 there will be a free tutorial: analysing and modelling areal data with ‘spdep’. Starting at 16:30 there will be the Ninth Torino R net meeting. Events will take place at Campus Luigi Einaudi, Università degli Studi di Torino. … Continue reading →

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Upcoming Tutorial: Analyzing US Census Data in R

May 11, 2015
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Upcoming Tutorial: Analyzing US Census Data in R

Today I am pleased to announce that on May 21 I will run a tutorial titled Analyzing US Census Data in R. While I have spoken at conferences before, this is my first time running a tutorial. My hope is that everyone who participates will learn something interesting about the demographics of the state, county

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dplyr Tutorial: verbs + split-apply

May 3, 2015
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dplyr Tutorial: verbs + split-apply

At a recent Saint Louis R users meeting I had the pleasure of giving a basic introduction to the awesome dplyr R package. For me, data analysis ubiquitously involves splitting the data based on grouping variable and then applying some function to the subsets or what is termed split-apply (typically split-lapply-apply). Having personally recently incorporated

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Now you can start every R tutorial for free @DataCamp

April 16, 2015
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Now you can start every R tutorial for free @DataCamp

Want to learn more on topics such as R programming, dplyr, data.table, ggvis, and R Markdown? You can now start every DataCamp course for free, and discover how fun it is to learn R in the comfort of your own browser. Try some of our own favourite courses to start with: Data Manipulation with dplyr An The post

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R Tutorial on Reading and Importing Excel Files into R

April 2, 2015
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R Tutorial on Reading and Importing Excel Files into R

Why an R Tutorial on Reading and Importing Excel Files into R is necessary As most of you know, Excel is a spreadsheet application developed by Microsoft. It is an easy accessible tool for organizing, analyzing and storing data in tables and has a widespread use in many different application fields all over the world. The post

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Short R tutorial: Scraping Javascript Generated Data with R

March 15, 2015
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Short R tutorial: Scraping Javascript Generated Data with R

When you need to do web scraping, you would normally make use of Hadley Wickham’s rvest package. This package provides an easy to use, out of the box solution to fetch the html code that generates a webpage. However, when the website or webpage makes use of JavaScript to display the data you’re interested in, The post

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Going deeper with dplyr: New features in 0.3 and 0.4 (video tutorial)

March 8, 2015
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In August 2014, I created a 40-minute video tutorial introducing the key functionality of the dplyr package in R. dplyr continues to be my "go-to" package for data exploration and manipulation because of its intuitive syntax, blazing fast performance, ...

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R Markdown Tutorial by RStudio and DataCamp

March 1, 2015
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R Markdown Tutorial by RStudio and DataCamp

In collaboration with Garrett Grolemund, RStudio’s teaching specialist, DataCamp has developed a new interactive course to facilitate reproducible reporting of your R analyses. R Markdown enables you to generate reports straight from your R code, documenting your works as an HTML, pdf or Microsoft document. This course is part of DataCamp’s R training path, but can The post

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drat Tutorial: Publishing a package

February 22, 2015
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Introduction The drat package was released earlier this month, and described in a first blog post. I received some helpful feedback about what works and what doesn't. For example, Jenny Bryan pointed out that I was not making a clear enough distinction between the role of using drat to publish code, and using drat to...

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