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BARUG talks highlight R’s diverse applications

April 10, 2014
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BARUG talks highlight R’s diverse applications

by Joseph Rickert The seven lightning talks presented to the Bay Area useR Group on Tuesday night were not only really interesting (in some cases downright entertaining) in their own right, but they also illustrated the diversity of R applications, and the extent to which R has become embedded in the corporate world. Two presentations with a whimsical touch...

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Announcing our new training web pages

April 10, 2014
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Announcing our new training web pages

We’ve redesigned our training pages to make it even easier for you to learn R or Shiny. Visit our new training web page, www.rstudio.com/training, to see: A curated list of free materials for learning R. We think that these are some of the most helpful resources on the web. They would make an effective starting place

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Analyzing Microbial Growth with R

April 9, 2014
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Analyzing Microbial Growth with R

In experimental evolution research, few things are more important than growth. Both the rate of growth and the resulting yield can provide direct insights into a strain or species’ fitness. Whether one strain with a trait of interest can outgrow (and outcompete) another that possesses a variation of that trait …

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Shiny-server System Performance Monitoring for Open Source Edition

April 9, 2014
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Shiny-server System Performance Monitoring for Open Source Edition

If you have deployed your Shiny-app on internet, you may curious about: how many users are using my app? Is the server powerful enough for hosting the app? You can get answers through the Server monitoring feature if you are using the Professional edition of Shiny server. What if we are using the Open source edition? Officially, there...

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Five Reasons to Teach Elementary Statistics With R: #2

April 8, 2014
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Five Reasons to Teach Elementary Statistics With R:  #2

Introduction Reason #2: RStudio’s manipulate Do It Yourself Next Time Introduction This is is second in a projected five-part series of posts aimed at colleagues who teach elementary statistics. If you teach with R but hesitate to spring such a powerful and...

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Five Reasons to Teach Elementary Statistics With R: #2

April 8, 2014
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Five Reasons to Teach Elementary Statistics With R:  #2

Introduction Reason #2: RStudio’s manipulate Do It Yourself Next Time Introduction This is is second in a projected five-part series of posts aimed at colleagues who teach elementary statistics. If you teach with R but hesitate to spring such a powerful and...

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devtools 1.5

April 8, 2014
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devtools 1.5

devtools 1.5 is now available on CRAN. It includes four new functions make it easier to add useful infrastructure to packages: add_test_infrastructure() will create testthat infrastructure when needed. add_rstudio_project() adds an Rstudio project file to your package. add_travis() adds a basic template for travis-ci. add_build_ignore() makes it easy to add files to .Rbuildignore, escaping special

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Two R tutorials for beginners

Two R tutorials for beginners I am currently in the process of rescuing some of the pages from my now defunct datajujitsu.co.uk blogger blog and moving to this Github/Clojure/Bootstrap version. I also today gave a tutorial to the University of Manche...

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Introduction to Data Science with R, April 28-29 San Francisco

April 3, 2014
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Introduction to Data Science with R, April 28-29 San Francisco

Please join us for our popular Introduction to R course for data scientists and data analysts in San Francisco on April 28 and 29.  This is a two-day workshop, designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to R that will have you analyzing and modeling data with R in no time. We will cover practical skills for

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Deploying Desktop Apps with R

April 2, 2014
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(Update) Despite the original publish date (Apr 1), this post was not and April Fools joke. I’ve also shortened the title a bit. As part of my job, I develop utility applications that automate workflows that apply more involved analysis algorithms. When feasible, I deploy web applications as it lowers installation requirements to simply a modern (standards...

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