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RcppSMC 0.1.2

February 10, 2014
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Late last week, and just before leaving to participate in this crazy thing, I managed to get a new version of RcppSMC onto CRAN. RcppSMC combines the SMCTC template classes for Sequential Monte Carlo and Particle Filters (Johansen, 2009, JSS) with t...

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Using Dates and Times in R

February 10, 2014
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Using Dates and Times in R

Today at the Davis R Users’ Group, Bonnie Dixon gave a tutorial on the various ways to handle dates and times in R. Bonnie provided this great script which walks through essential classes, functions, and packages. Here it is piped through knitr::spin. The original R script can be found as a gist here. Date/time classes Three...

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How dplyr replaced my most common R idioms

Having written a lot of R code over the last few years, I've developed a set of constructs for my most common tasks. Like an idiom in a natural language (e.g. "break a leg"), I automatically grasp their meaning without having to think about it. Because they allow me to become more and more productive »more

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Scraping Pro-Football Data and Interactive Charts using rCharts, ggplot2, and shiny

February 10, 2014
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This post uses pro-football (American) boxscore data from 1966 through 2013 and generates few interactive charts using rCharts, ggplot2 and shiny.  It also provided a first time exposure to the power of dplyr. Data for these charts were scraped fr...

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Installing MatLab vs Installing R

Installing MatLab vs Installing R I retweeted this a few days ago: 1. Open MATLAB for first time in a few years after using #rstats. 2. Site license doesn't work right. 3. F*** MATLAB, I'll try to do it in R— Andrew D. Steen (@drdrewsteen) February 6, 2014 And as I have started the process of installing MatLab on my...

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rOpenSci developer meeting in March

February 10, 2014
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Our team has been cranking out a large number of tools over the past several months. As regular readers are aware, our software packages provide programmatic access to a diverse and extensive trove of scientific data. More recently we’ve expanded our efforts to build more general purpose and cross-domain tools. These include tools for reading, writing, integrating and publishing...

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rMaps released

February 10, 2014
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rMaps released

Ramnath Vaidyanathan just released his new R interactive package, rMaps (Vaidyanathan, 2014). The packages relies on the development version of his widely known rCharts package (Vaidyanathan, 2013) as well as javascript libraries...

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oce map projection

February 10, 2014
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oce map projection

Introduction Soon after map projections were added to Oce, bug reports showed that coastline plots in some projections were subject to anomalous lines that run horizontally on the plot. A ad-hoc scheme was code to try to prevent this, but it does not always work. Problems are compounded for filled coastlines. I had thought this was a basic problem...

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Data Driven Security Roundup: betaPERT, Shiny, Honeypots, Passwords & Reproducible Research

February 9, 2014
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Jay Jacobs (@jayjacobs)—my co-author of the soon-to-be-released book Data-Driven Security—& I have been hard at work over at the book’s sister-blog cranking out code to help security domain experts delve into the dark art of data science. We’ve covered quite a bit of ground since January 1st, but I’m using this post to focus more

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Sochi Olympic Medals

February 9, 2014
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Sochi Olympic Medals

For those who are addicted to R and haven’t the time to click the mouse on a web browser you too can still be informed about the results of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. I was inspired by a SO … Continue reading →

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