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A step by step (screenshots) tutorial for upgrading R on Windows

June 15, 2015
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A step by step (screenshots) tutorial for upgrading R on Windows

tl;dr If you are running R on Windows you can easily upgrade to the latest version of R using the installr package. Simply run the following code: # installing/loading the latest installr package: install.packages("installr"); library(installr) # install+load installr   updateR() # updating R. Running “updateR()” will detect if there is a new R version available, and … Continue reading...

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New online R tutorial by DataCamp: Intermediate R programming

June 4, 2015
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New online R tutorial by DataCamp: Intermediate R programming

Today the course creation team at DataCamp released a new online R tutorial called Intermediate R. It is the sequel to our infamous Introduction to R course that has been taken by over 60,000 R enthusiasts. This new tutorial combines short videos with in-browser coding exercises to increase your R knowledge even more. Start the new The post

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Free Kaggle Machine Learning Tutorial for R

May 28, 2015
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Free Kaggle Machine Learning Tutorial for R

Always wanted to compete in a Kaggle competition, but not sure you have the right skill set? We created a free interactive tutorial to help you out! Together with the team behind Kaggle, we have developed a free interactive tutorial on how to apply Machine Learning Techniques that can be used in your Kaggle competitions.  Step by step, through fun The post

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Tutorial Recap: Analyzing Census Data in R

May 22, 2015
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Tutorial Recap: Analyzing Census Data in R

A big thanks to Gabriela de Quieroz for organizing the San Francisco R-ladies Meetup, where I spent a few hours yesterday introducing people to my census-related R packages. A special thanks to Sharethrough as well, for letting us use their space for the event. It was my first time running a tutorial like this, and I spent a while thinking

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Tutorial Recap: Analyzing Census Data in R

May 22, 2015
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A big thanks to Gabriela de Quieroz for organizing the San Francisco R-ladies Meetup, where I spent a few hours yesterday introducing people to my census-related R packages. A special thanks to Sharethrough as well, for letting us use their space for the event. It was my first time running a tutorial like this, and I spent a while thinking

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Ninth Torino R net meeting and free modelling areal data tutorial

May 12, 2015
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Ninth Torino R net meeting and free modelling areal data tutorial

On 4 June 2015 – 14:30 there will be a free tutorial: analysing and modelling areal data with ‘spdep’. Starting at 16:30 there will be the Ninth Torino R net meeting. Events will take place at Campus Luigi Einaudi, Università degli Studi di Torino. … Continue reading →

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Upcoming Tutorial: Analyzing US Census Data in R

May 11, 2015
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Upcoming Tutorial: Analyzing US Census Data in R

Today I am pleased to announce that on May 21 I will run a tutorial titled Analyzing US Census Data in R. While I have spoken at conferences before, this is my first time running a tutorial. My hope is that everyone who participates will learn something interesting about the demographics of the state, county

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Upcoming Tutorial: Analyzing US Census Data in R

May 11, 2015
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Today I am pleased to announce that on May 21 I will run a tutorial titled Analyzing US Census Data in R. While I have spoken at conferences before, this is my first time running a tutorial. My hope is that everyone who participates will learn something interesting about the demographics of the state, county

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dplyr Tutorial: verbs + split-apply

May 3, 2015
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dplyr Tutorial: verbs + split-apply

At a recent Saint Louis R users meeting I had the pleasure of giving a basic introduction to the awesome dplyr R package. For me, data analysis ubiquitously involves splitting the data based on grouping variable and then applying some function to the subsets or what is termed split-apply (typically split-lapply-apply). Having personally recently incorporated

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Now you can start every R tutorial for free @DataCamp

April 16, 2015
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Now you can start every R tutorial for free @DataCamp

Want to learn more on topics such as R programming, dplyr, data.table, ggvis, and R Markdown? You can now start every DataCamp course for free, and discover how fun it is to learn R in the comfort of your own browser. Try some of our own favourite courses to start with: Data Manipulation with dplyr An The post

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