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Consistent naming conventions in R

July 15, 2014
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Consistent naming conventions in R

Naming conventions in R are famously anarchic, with no clear winner and multiple conventions in use simultaneously in the same package. This has been written about before, in a lucid article in the R Journal, a detailed exploration of names in R source code hosted on CRAN and general discussion on stackoverflow. Basically, there are 5 naming...

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implementing reproducible research [short book review]

July 14, 2014
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implementing reproducible research [short book review]

As promised, I got back to this book, Implementing reproducible research (after the pigeons had their say). I looked at it this morning while monitoring my students taking their last-chance R exam (definitely last chance as my undergraduate R course is not reconoduced next year). The book is in fact an edited collection of papers

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R Notes: vectors

July 12, 2014
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  R is different from C family languages. It has a C syntax, but a Lisp semantics. Programmers from C/C++/Java world would find many usages in R adhoc and need to memorize special cases. This is because they use R from a C's perspective. R is a very...

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R 3.1.1 is released (and how to quickly update it on Windows OS)

July 10, 2014
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R 3.1.1 is released (and how to quickly update it on Windows OS)

R 3.1.1 (codename “Sock it to Me“) was released today! You can get the latest binaries version from here. (or the .tar.gz source code from here). The full list of new features and bug fixes is provided below. Upgrading to R 3.1.1 on Windows If you are using Windows you can easily upgrade to the latest version of R using the

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R Day at Strata NYC

July 8, 2014
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R Day at Strata NYC

RStudio will teach the new essentials for doing data science in R at this year’s Strata NYC conference, Oct 15 2014. R Day at Strata is a full day of tutorials that will cover some of the most useful topics in R. You’ll learn how to manipulate and visualize data with R, as well as

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DSC 2014, Day 2

July 8, 2014
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DSC 2014, Day 2

This will be somewhat shorter summary of the second day of DSC 2014. There was a wider variety of presentations today, but I am only going to discuss those that touched on the main theme of the day, which was … Continue reading →

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Chillin’ at UseR! 2014

July 7, 2014
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Chillin’ at UseR! 2014

This year’s UseR! conference was held at the University of California in Los Angeles. Despite the great weather and a nearby beach, most of the conference was spent in front of projector screens in 18° c (64° f) rooms because there were so many interesting presentations and tutorials going on. I was lucky to present my R package...

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Introduction to R for Life Scientists: Course Materials

July 7, 2014
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Introduction to R for Life Scientists: Course Materials

Last week I taught a three-hour introduction to R workshop for life scientists at UVA's Health Sciences Library.I broke the workshop into three sections:In the first half hour or so I presented slides giving an overview of R and why R is so awesome. Du...

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Identify Fantasy Football Sleepers with this Shiny App

July 6, 2014
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This post describes a Shiny app that identifies fantasy football sleepers.  The app allows you to modify your league settings, and calculates robust averages of projections across numerous sources.  Best of all, The post Identify Fantasy Football Sleepers with this Shiny App appeared first on Fantasy Football Analytics.

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useR! 2014 Highlights

July 3, 2014
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My talk went well; here are the slides and a link to the paper pre-print. Hadley Wickham gave an excellent tutorial on dplyr. Based on the talk I saw, I think I will take the data sets from the book and make some public visualizations on the Plotly we...

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