# 3973 search results for "git"

## A nifty line plot to visualize multivariate time series

April 1, 2013
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A few days ago a colleague came to me for advice on the interpretation of some data. The dataset was large and included measurements for twenty-six species at several site-year-plot combinations. A substantial amount of effort had clearly been made to ensure every species at every site over several years was documented. I don’t pretend

## Updating R (on Windows) through a menu-bar: installr 0.9 released on CRAN

April 1, 2013
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In preparation for the upcoming release of R 3.0.0, a new release 0.9 of installr is now on CRAN. The package can be installed and loaded using: # installing/loading the package: if(!require(installr)) { install.packages("installr"); require(installr)} #load / install+load installr The …Read more »

## The R-Podcast Episode 12: Using Version Control with R

April 1, 2013
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This is not an April Fool’s joke … The R-Podcast is back once again! In this episode, I discuss the concept of version control and how you can get started with using the Git VCS right now with your R projects. Also I discuss a big batch of listener feedback, and highlight a couple of

## To plot them is my real test

March 31, 2013
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I almost couldn’t bring myself to post this, but it’s April Fools’ Day, so I’ll never have a better opportunity. This Gist shows how to scrape “stats” and .PNG images from, erm, Bulbapedia, run a simple dimensionality reduction on those “stats,” and plot all 151 original Pokemon. I don’t know much about Pokemon, so I can’t vouch for...

## R and the last comma

March 31, 2013
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In R, every comma matters. When creating a vector, c(1, 2, 5) will do the right thing, but add one unfortunate comma and c(1, 2, 5,) will greet you with a deadly Error in c(1, 2, 5, ) : argument 4 is empty. Other languages like Perl are less strict when defining basic data structures: having a comma after...

## Importing Data to R

March 30, 2013
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There are number of ways in importing data into R, and several formats are available,From Excel to R From SPSS to RFrom Stata to R, and more hereIn this post, I'm going to talk about importing common data format that we often encounter, such as Excel, ...

## More ordinal data display

March 30, 2013
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The past two weeks I made a post regarding analyzing ordinal data with R and JAGS. The calculations in the second part made me realize I could actually get top two box intervals out of R. This demonstrated here. For that I needed the inv...

## Entering Data to R

March 30, 2013
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To enter data into R, two common and easy to use R functions are utilized.The concatenate function, c; and,The data.frame function.The concatenate function, c, is use for combining data points into a single numeric R object. The usage of this function ...