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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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Publishing in GitHub

April 17, 2014
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Publishing in GitHub Publishing in GitHubI struggled to make my first repository in GitHub. I finally found out the steps to do so. Make your folder in local host and add the required files in the folder (SRCFOLDER). One of the required files is README.md, which will contain overview of the project. Add...

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Digitizing plots

March 12, 2014
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Digitizing plots

Introduction It is not uncommon to want to digitize values from a graph in a paper, whether to do some initial analysis without bothering an author, or to get data from a paper published so long ago that the data are available only graphically. Although there are several software applications that do this well, it is also possible to...

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googleVis code development moved to GitHub

March 11, 2014
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googleVis code development moved to GitHub

After nearly 4 years of developing googleVis on Google Code with SVN we decided to move to GitHub. The main reason was that Google stopped the facility of hosting pre-CRAN builds of the package for user testing. The devtools package on the other hand m...

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Developer snapshots of #sjPlot-package now on #Github #rstats

March 8, 2014
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Developer snapshots of #sjPlot-package now on #Github #rstats

Finally, I managed to setup a GitHub repository. From now on, the latest developer snapshot of my sjPlot-package will be published right here: https://github.com/sjPlot/devel. Please post issues there, download the latest developer build for testing purposes or help developing the wiki-page with examples for package usage etc. Btw, if somebody knows, why I can’t get

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What are the most common RNG seeds used in R scripts on Github?

March 6, 2014
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What are the most common RNG seeds used in R scripts on Github?

In the R programming language, the random number generator (RNG) is seeded each session using the current time and process ID. Via the magic of the popular Mersenne Twister PRNG, the values stored in .Random.seed are used sequentially each time … Continue reading →

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Web Scraping: Scaling up Digital Data Collection

March 5, 2014
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The latest slides from web scraping through R: Web scraping for the humanities and social sciencesSlides from the first session hereSlides from the second session hereThis week we look in greater detail at scaling up digital data-collection: coercing s...

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“Digit Recognizer” Challenge on Kaggle using SVM Classification

February 14, 2014
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“Digit Recognizer” Challenge on Kaggle using SVM Classification

This article is about the “Digit Recognizer” challenge on Kaggle. You are provided with two data sets. One for training: consisting of 42’000 labeled pixel vectors and one for the final benchmark: consisting of 28’000 vectors while labels are not … Continue reading → The post “Digit Recognizer” Challenge on Kaggle using SVM Classification appeared first on...

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