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RcppArmadillo 0.4.550.1.0

November 29, 2014
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A week ago, Conrad provided another minor release 4.550.0 of Armadillo which has since received one minor correction in 4.550.1.0. As before, I had created a GitHub-only pre-release of his pre-release which was tested against the almost one hundred CRAN dependents of our RcppArmadillo package. This passed fine as usual, and results are as always...

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Some R Highlights from H20 World

November 28, 2014
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Some R Highlights from H20 World

by Joseph Rickert H2O.ai held its first H2O World conference over two days at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. Although the main purpose of the conference was to promote the company's rich set of Java based machne learning algorithms and announce their new products Flow and Play there were quite a few sessions devoted to R...

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R Package or Library

November 28, 2014
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In these days, I was talking about an R package I devel

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R, an Integrated Statistical Programming Environment and GIS

November 27, 2014
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R, an Integrated Statistical Programming Environment and GIS

This article was originally published in Geoinformatics magazine. R is well known as a powerful, extensible and relatively fast statistical programming language and open software project with a command line interface (CLI). What is less well known is that R also has cutting edge spatial packages that allow it to behave as a fully featured Geographical Information System...

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Power Outage Impact Choropleths In 5 Steps in R (featuring rvest & RStudio “Projects”)

November 27, 2014
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Power Outage Impact Choropleths In 5 Steps in R (featuring rvest & RStudio “Projects”)

I and @awpiii were trading news about the power outages in Maine & New Hampshire last night and he tweeted the link to the @PSNH Outage Map. As if the Bing Maps tiles weren’t bad enough, the use of a categorical color scale instead of a sequential one caused sufficient angst that I whipped up

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Eggnog for Thanksgiving

November 27, 2014
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Eggnog for Thanksgiving

It's Thanksgiving Day here in the US, so we're taking the day off to spend some time with our families and to eat far too much food. If you're in the US or celebrating Thanksgiving elsewhere, enjoy the day! And for everyone in this season of joy, here's a handy app to scale your eggnog recipe, however many people...

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New Australian data on the HMD

November 26, 2014
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The Human Mortality Database is a wonderful resource for anyone interested in demographic data. It is a carefully curated collection of high quality deaths and population data from 37 countries, all in a consistent format with consistent definitions. I have used it many times and never cease to be amazed at the care taken to maintain

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Visualizing Historical & Most-likely First Snowfall Dates for U.S. Regions

November 26, 2014
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Visualizing Historical & Most-likely First Snowfall Dates for U.S. Regions

UPDATE: You can now run this as a local Shiny app by entering shiny::runGist("95ec24c1b0cb433a76a5", launch.browser=TRUE) at an R prompt (provided all the dependent libraries (below) are installed) or use it interactively over at Shiny Apps. The impending arrival of the first real snowfall of the year in my part of Maine got me curious about

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The National Centre for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) is part…

November 25, 2014
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The National Centre for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) is part…

The National Centre for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) is part of the National Institutes of Health’s National Library of Medicine, and most well-known for hosting Pubmed, the go-to search engine for biomedical literature - every (Medline-indexed) publication goes up there. On a separate but related note, one thing I’m constantly looking to do is get DOIs for papers on...

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What’s the most popular German car where you live?

November 25, 2014
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What’s the most popular German car where you live?

by Tim Winke PhD student in Demography and Social Sciences in Berlin This post has been abstracted from Tim's entry to a contest that Dalia Research is running based on a global smarthpone survey that they are conducting. Tim's entry post is available as is all of the code behind it. - editor When people think about Germany, what...

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