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Interview with a Data Scientist (Hadley Wickham)

August 2, 2015
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Interview with a Data Scientist (Hadley Wickham)

Originally posted on Models are illuminating and wrong:I recently interviewed Hadley Wickham the creator of Ggplot2 and a famous R Stats person. He works for RStudio and his job is to work on Open Source software aimed at Data Geeks. Hadley is famous for his contributions to Data Science tooling and inspires a lot…

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Playing with leafletR

August 2, 2015
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Coming back from a bicycle ride in Tarn, I wanted to have a look at the trip. This gave me the opportunity to learn how to use the R package leafletR to obtain an HTML map using leaflet and the great projects OpenStreetMap or Thunderforest (among others). Introduction To use leaflet over R, two packages

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Building a user interface for spatstat

July 30, 2015
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Building a user interface for spatstat

Contents Introduction Get and run it! Roadmap Introduction RStudio developed shiny, an R package that, quoting from their website, “makes it super simple for R users like you to turn analyses into interactive web applications that anyone can use”. It leverages the power of R and its vast collection of packages to allow users to efficiently perform...

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MRAN’s Packages Spotlight

July 30, 2015
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MRAN’s Packages Spotlight

by Joseph Rickert New R packages just keep coming. The following plot, constructed with information from the monthly files on Dirk Eddelbuettel's CRANberries site, shows a plot of the number of new packages released to CRAN between January 1, 2013 and July 27, 2015 by month (not quite 31 months). This is amazing growth! The mean rate is about...

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Mapping the past and the future with Leaflet

July 29, 2015
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Mapping the past and the future with Leaflet

I have been working on mapping things for a while and I must say that I really like the Leaflet package from Rstudio. It makes it very easy and straight forward to make leaflet maps. A while back I stumbled upon an interactive graphic from The Times, that used census data to compare each US... Read more »

Goals for the New R Consortium

July 28, 2015
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Goals for the New R Consortium

by Bob Muenchen The recently-created R Consortium consists of companies that are deeply involved in R such as RStudio, Microsoft/Revolution Analytics, Tibco, and others. The Consortium’s goals include advancing R’s worldwide promotion and support, encouraging user adoption, and improving documentation … Continue reading →

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Modelling Occurence of Events, with some Exposure

July 28, 2015
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Modelling Occurence of Events, with some Exposure

This afternoon, an interesting point was raised, and I wanted to get back on it (since I did publish a post on that same topic a long time ago). How can we adapt a logistic regression when all the observations do not have the same exposure. Here the model is the following: , the occurence of an event  on the period ...

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The complete catalog of argument variations of select() in dplyr

July 28, 2015
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When I read the dplyr vignette, I found a convenient way to select sequential columns such as select(data, year:day). Because I had inputted only column names to select() function, I was deeply affected by the convenient way. On closer inspection, I found that the select() function accepts many types of input. Here, I will enumerate the variety...

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Notes from the 3rd R in Insurance Conference

July 28, 2015
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Notes from the 3rd R in Insurance Conference

Photo: Arthur CharpentierThe R in Insurance conference in Amsterdam was a sold out success! Congratulations to the organising committee at the University of Amsterdam, and many thanks to our sponsors:Milliman, RStudio, CYBAEA, Deloitte, a.s.r., Triple ...

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Hadley Wickham on why he created all those R packages

July 27, 2015
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Hadley Wickham on why he created all those R packages

Priceonomics published on Friday an in-depth profile of Hadley Wickham, author of many of the most popular R packages including ggplot2, dplyr and devtools. In the article, he reveals that his motivation for creating these packages was primarily to provide better ways of accomplishing routine tasks in R, an immensely useful contribution that sadly wasn't recognized in an academic...

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