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rMaps Mexico map

February 26, 2014
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rMaps Mexico map

It's exciting when great people help each other get things done This is a simple networking story, which not be surprising to some but I was happily surprised by it. This is how the story goes: Two weeks ago rMaps (Vaidyanathan, 2014) was released. After making a

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Oce translations

February 26, 2014
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Oce translations

A new Oce user wondered how to get Spanish labels on axes. This is easy for some plot types because xlab and ylab arguments are obeyed, but in many cases the labels are generated by the code. That meant that it was finally time for me to start localizing Oce, using the GNU gettext scheme. ...

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A Year of Using RStudio

February 25, 2014
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A Year of Using RStudio

It has been more than a year since I decided to give RStudio yet another try (yes, there were previous attempts) and … I can’t live without it today! Nowadays I use it almost 100% of the time when working on R code, but the reason is not just a preference over my favorite editor/environment

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How baby names propagate as memes across the US

February 25, 2014
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How baby names propagate as memes across the US

A good friend of mine sent me a link to an animated gif that shows the popularity of baby names …Continue reading →

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Web Scraping part2: Digging deeper

February 25, 2014
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Slides from the second web scraping through R session: Web scraping for the humanities and social sciencesIn which we make sure we are comfortable with functions, before looking at XPath queries to download data from newspaper articles. Examples includ...

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Create a GENCODE transcript database in R

February 25, 2014
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The following gist will help the researchers in creating the gencode transcript database using the bioconductor packages. I am assuming that the user's computer has preinstalled packages "GenomicRanges" and "GenomicFeatures". Following script has the f...

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testthat 0.8 (and 0.8.1)

February 25, 2014
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testthat 0.8 (and 0.8.1)

We’re pleased to announce a new major version of testthat. Version 0.8 comes with a new recommended structure for storing your tests. To better meet CRAN recommended practices, we now recommend that tests live in tests/testthat, instead of inst/tests. This makes it possible for users to choose whether or not to install tests. With this

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dplyr 0.1.2

February 25, 2014
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dplyr 0.1.2

We’re pleased to announce a new minor version of dplyr. This fixes a number of bugs that crashed R, and considerably improves the functionality of select(). You can now use named arguments to rename existing variables, and use new functions starts_with(), ends_with(), contains(),  matches() and num_range() to select variables based on their names. Finally, select() now

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Job Trends in the Analytics Market: New, Improved, now Fortified with C, Java, MATLAB, Python, Julia and Many More!

February 24, 2014
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Job Trends in the Analytics Market: New, Improved, now Fortified with C, Java, MATLAB, Python, Julia and Many More!

I’m expanding the coverage of my article, The Popularity of Data Analysis Software. This is the first installment, which includes a new opening and a greatly expanded analysis of the analytics job market. Here it is, from the abstract onward … Continue reading →

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The forecast mean after back-transformation

February 24, 2014
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The forecast mean after back-transformation

Many functions in the forecast package for R will allow a Box-Cox transformation. The models are fitted to the transformed data and the forecasts and prediction intervals are back-transformed. This preserves the coverage of the prediction intervals, and the back-transformed point forecast can be considered the median of the forecast densities (assuming the forecast densities on the transformed scale...

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