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## Stick Figure Function Fun – R

January 31, 2014
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I have created a stick figure generating function for the purposes of adding a human figure as a demonstration of scale to some of my graphs as well as potentially emoticons to my shiny/concerto applications.You can change basic graphing parameters li...

## Python and R: Is Python really faster than R?

January 30, 2014
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A friend of mine asked me to code the following in R:Generate samples of size 10 from Normal distribution with $\mu$ = 3 and $\sigma^2$ = 5;Compute the $\bar{x}$ and $\bar{x}\mp z_{\alpha/2}\displaystyle\frac{\sigma}{\sqrt{n}}$ using the 95% confidence...

## Introduction to dplyr: data manipulation made easy(er) and fun(er)

January 30, 2014
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If you are just getting started in R, checkout my post on good references for beginners.  Hadly Wickham has come out with yet another R package that is destined to improve my workflow and let me concentrate less on getting R to do things, and more on my research questions. The package is dplyr, a reboot...

## dplyr 0.1.1

January 30, 2014
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We’re pleased to announce a new minor version of dplyr. This fixes a few bugs that crashed R, adds a few minor new features (like a sort argument to tally()), and uses shallow copying in a few more places. There is one backward incompatible change: explain_tbl() has been renamed to explain. For a complete list

## roxygen2 3.1.0

January 30, 2014
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We’re pleased to announce a new version of roxygen2. The biggest news is that roxygen2 now recognises reference class method docstrings and will automatically add them to the documentation. 3.1.0 also offers a number of minor improvements and bug fixes, as listed on the github release notice. As always, you can install the latest version with install.packages("roxygen2").

## Introducing the ecoengine package

January 30, 2014
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Natural history museums have long been valuable repositories of data on species diversity. These data have been critical for fostering and shaping the development of fields such as biogeography and systematics. The importance of these data repositories is becoming increasingly important, especially in the context of climate change, where a strong understanding of how species responded to past...

## R for spatial analysis tutorial + video

January 30, 2014
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On 24th January 2014 I ran a one day practical course on an "Introduction to Spatial Data Visualisation in R" at the University of Leeds, with the help of demonstrators Rachel Oldroyd and Alistair Leak, who came up from London for the event. The course is designed for people completely new to R, who are especially interested in its spatial...

## R for spatial analysis tutorial + video

January 30, 2014
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On 24th January 2014 I ran a one day practical course on an "Introduction to Spatial Data Visualisation in R" at the University of Leeds, with the help of demonstrators Rachel Oldroyd and Alistair Leak, who came up from London for the event. The course is designed for people completely new to R, who are especially interested in its spatial...

## Stupid R Tricks: Random Scope

January 29, 2014
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Andrew and I have been discussing how we’re going to define functions in Stan for defining systems of differential equations; see our evolving ode design doc; comments welcome, of course. About Scope I mentioned to Andrew I would prefer pure lexical, static scoping, as found in languages like C++ and Java. If you’re not familiar The post