Dear R users,
August is just round the corner and MilanoR close for vacation.
We end this season with a great results: our article Read Excel files from R reaches the first place in R-bloggers as the most read article of the week. With Read Excel files from R and Visual debugging with RStudio, MilanoR website get in these days a peak in the visits! Thanks to you all for these results!
Have a nice holiday! And if you're bored, please read again our posts and leave a comment. We accept suggestions for next articles to be published.
MilanoR come back on September 3 with a new post about Big Data.
Stay connected, see you soon!
Read Excel files from R by Nicola Sturaro Sommacal
Access data quickly and easily: data.table package by Anna Longari
Maps in R
Maps in R: Introduction - Drawing the map of Europe by Max Marchi
Maps in R: Plotting data points on a map by Max Marchi
Maps in R: choropleth maps by Max Marchi
Data Mining with R
Divide or Mix. Flexible Approaches to Data Analysis by Maurizio Sanarico
Big Data in R
Biostatistics with R
An easy way to manage your genome-wide-association data: GenABEL package. by Andrea Pedretti
GenABEL: an annoying error after the import of PLINK data format by Andrea Pedretti
Genome annotation with NCBI2R by Andrea Pedretti
Basic Statistics with R
Power and Sample Size Analysis: Z test by Alice Bossi
Industrial Statistics with R
Industrial Statistics Seminars by Andrea Spanò
Operating system commands within R
Operating on files with R: copy and rename by Nicola Sturaro Sommacal
Coming back from Albacete (useR conference 2013)... by Andrea Spanò
Learning RStudio for R Statistical Computing by Nicola Sturaro Sommacal