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New! Search GitHub and Bioconductor packages on Rdocumentation

June 23, 2014
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New! Search GitHub and Bioconductor packages on Rdocumentation

As of today, you can search via Rdocumentation not only CRAN packages, but also the R packages available on GitHub and Bioconductor.  This is our largest update yet, and brings us one step closer to creating  a central place for all R documentation related info and questions. Today, the rise of alternatives to CRAN package management

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AlienVault Longitudinal Study Part 4

AlienVault Longitudinal Study Part 4

In Part 1 we looked at acquiring raw data, and wrangling it into a time series dataset. In Part 2 we looked at types of threats in the time series. In Part 3 we looked at countries. Now we will examine countries and types in combination in the AlienVault reputation database. Just as we shaped our dataset for better understanding in previous...

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Using Repeated Measures to Remove Artifacts from Longitudinal Data

June 4, 2014
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Using Repeated Measures to Remove Artifacts from Longitudinal Data

Recently I was tasked with evaluating and most importantly removing analytical variance form a longitudinal metabolomic analysis carried out over a few years and including >2,5000 measurements for >5,000 patients. Even using state-of-the-art analytical instruments and techniques long term biological studies are plagued with unwanted trends which are unrelated to the original experimental design and stem from analytical

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Collaborative lesson development with GitHub

June 2, 2014
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If you're doing any kind of scientific computing and not using version control, you're doing it wrong. The git version control system and GitHub, a web-based service for hosting and collaborating on git-controlled projects, have both become wildly popu...

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Mindoro Digital Elevation Map Updated

May 30, 2014
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Mindoro Digital Elevation Map Updated

Almost 2 years ago, I made a post on creating digital elevation map using R. For that post, I used the basic R plotting function to create the map. Recently, I started learning to use ggplot2 package for visualizing data. Today, I created the same map ...

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FIR Filter Design and Digital Signal Processing in R

May 15, 2014
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FIR Filter Design and Digital Signal Processing in R

This article serves the purpose of illustrating that signal processing with R is possible – thanks to the signal package – and to keep a reference of some of the stuff that I learned at my last edX course. Anyway, I … Continue reading →

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RStudio: Pushing to Github with ssh-authentication

May 12, 2014
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RStudio: Pushing to Github with ssh-authentication

If RStudio prompts you for a username and password every time you try to push your project to Github, open the shell (Git menu: More/Shel...) and do the following:1) Set username and email (if you did not do that before)git config --global user.name "y...

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Set Up Shiny-server on www.digitalocean.com

April 23, 2014
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Set Up Shiny-server on www.digitalocean.com

RStudio supplies several servers for hosting user’s apps, e.g. http://www.shinyapps.io/, http://spark.rstudio.com, http://glimmer.rstudio.com. Thanks a lot to RStudio who has contributed many excellent R libraries! I want to set my shiny-server on a virtual private server (VPS), because I have some other tasks and I feel a VPS is more stable than the PC under my desk.

Rgitbook Package for Using R Markdown with Gitbook

April 22, 2014
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Last week I published an R script to interface with Gitbook. I received some positive feedback and decided to include all the code in an R package. This also allowed me to make some nice additions including default support for MathJax. It is currently available on Github and can be installed using devtools: devtools::install_github('jbryer/Rgitbook') I have only tested this...

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Using Gitbook with R Markdown

April 18, 2014
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Using Gitbook with R Markdown

Gitbook has been getting some (deserved) attention. For those who haven’t seen it, Gitbook is a system to create really beautiful interactive web (or PDF and ebook) books. For me, the timing of discovering this framework could not be better as I am preparing documentation for propensity score analysis for an upcoming workshop I am giving. Of...

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