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Jun 26-27, 2014 – Introduction to Data Science with R in NYC

June 26, 2014
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Jun 26-27, 2014 – Introduction to Data Science with R in NYC

You can either register from eventbrite or our school site NYC Data Science Academy. Date: Thursday/Friday , June 26th and 27th, 2014 Time:  9:00am to 5:00pm Location: 500 7th Ave, 17th Floor, glass door classroom, New York, NY 10018 NYC Data Science Academy, training subbrand of SupStat (Official Training partner with RStudio Inc) is hosting our... Read more »

A Simple Shiny App for Monitoring Trading Strategies

June 25, 2014
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A Simple Shiny App for Monitoring Trading Strategies

In a previous post I showed how to use  R, Knitr and LaTeX to build a template strategy report. This post goes a step further by making  the analysis  interactive. Besides the interactivity, the Shiny App also solves two problems : I can now access all my trading strategies from a single point regardless of the instrument traded.

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Interactive, web-ready ggplot2-style graphics with ggvis

June 25, 2014
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Interactive, web-ready ggplot2-style graphics with ggvis

Hadley Wickham's been working on the next-generation update to ggplot2 for a while, and now it's available on CRAN. The ggvis package is completely new, and combines a chaining syntax reminiscent of dplyr with the grammar of graphics concepts of ggplot2. The resulting charts are web-ready in scalable SVG format, and can easily be made interactive thanks to RStudio's...

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Introducing ggvis

June 23, 2014
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Introducing ggvis

Our first public release of ggvis, version 0.3, is now available on CRAN. What is ggvis? It’s a new package for data visualization. Like ggplot2, it is built on concepts from the grammar of graphics, but it also adds interactivity, a new data pipeline, and it renders in a web browser. Our goal is to

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Deploying a scoring engine for predictive analytics with OpenCPU

June 23, 2014
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Deploying a scoring engine for predictive analytics with OpenCPU

TLDR/abstract: See the tvscore demo app or this jsfiddle for all of this in action. This post explains how to use the OpenCPU system to setup a scoring engine for calculating real time predictions. In our example we use the predict.gam function from the mgcv package to make predictions based...

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Shiny 0.10

June 20, 2014
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Shiny 0.10

Shiny 0.10 is now available on CRAN. Interactive documents In this release, the biggest changes were under the hood to support the creation of interactive documents. If you haven’t had a chance to check out interactive documents, we really encourage you to do so—it may be the easiest way to learn Shiny. New layout functions

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Interactive documents: An incredibly easy way to use Shiny

June 19, 2014
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Interactive documents: An incredibly easy way to use Shiny

R Markdown’s new interactive documents provide a quick, light-weight way to use Shiny. An interactive document embeds Shiny elements in an R Markdown report. The report becomes “live”, a choose your own adventure that readers can control and explore. Interactive documents are easy to create and easy to share. Create an interactive document To create an interactive document

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R Markdown v2

June 18, 2014
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R Markdown v2

People rarely agree on a best authoring tool or language. Some people cannot live without \LaTeX{} because of the beauty and quality of its PDF output. Some \feel{} \uncomfortable{} \with{} \backslashes{}, and would rather live in another World Word. We have also witnessed the popularity of Markdown, an incredibly simple language (seriously? a LANGUAGE?) that has made reproducible research much easier.

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useR!2014 Rcpp11 tutorial

June 17, 2014
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We are getting close to useR!2014. I hope I'll see some of you at my tutorial about Rcpp11 in the morning. There are some other pretty useful tutorials as well, so no hard feeling if you don't come, but if you do want to know about modern R and C++, pl...

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Making publicly available data publicly accessible: Belgium’s Hospital Minimal Data

June 13, 2014
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Making publicly available data publicly accessible: Belgium’s Hospital Minimal Data

In current times data is everywhere. The big challenge however is making it not only available, but also accessible to those who need it. An example of this is the Hospital Minimal Data (Belgium). This dataset is openly published by the Federal Public Service for Health, Food Chain Safety & Environment. From a perspective of The post

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