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Computing on the Language Followup

November 1, 2011

My article on computing on the language was unexpectedly popular and so I wanted to quickly follow up on my own solution. Many of you got the answer, and in fact many got solutions that were quite a bit shorter than mine. Here’s how I did it: makeList

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Computing on the Language

October 27, 2011

And now for something a bit more esoteric…. I recently wrote a function to deal with a strange problem. Writing the function ended up being a fun challenge related to computing on the R language itself. Here’s the problem: Write a function that tak...

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Colors in R

October 17, 2011
Colors in R

One of my favorite R packages that I use all the time is the RColorBrewer package. The package has been around for a while now and is written/maintained by Erich Neuwirth. The guts of the package are based on Cynthia Brewer’s very cool work on the us...

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R Workshop: Reading in Large Data Frames

October 7, 2011

 One question I get a lot about how to read large data frames into R. There are some useful tricks that can save you both time and memory when reading large data frames but I find that many people are not aware of them. Of course, your ability to read...

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R Workshop

October 6, 2011

I am going to start a continuing “R Workshop” series of posts with R tips and tricks. If you have questions you’d like answered or were wondering about certain aspects, please leave them in the comments.

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