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After 1st semester of Statistics PhD program

February 9, 2014
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After 1st semester of Statistics PhD program

Have you ever wondered whether the first semester of a PhD is really all that busy? My complete lack of posts last fall should prove it Some thoughts on the Fall term, now that Spring is well under way: The … Continue reading →

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R Studio and "Advanced R Development"

February 5, 2014
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R Studio and "Advanced R Development"

Well, I am tuning back in after a brief hiatus (what's a year-or-two-or-four between friends)?  Among other things, I just wrapped up a book for O'Reilly Media (Client-Server Web Apps with JavaScript and Java) due out in the Spring.   Please ...

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How to upload files to Dropbox and Google Docs from R

February 5, 2014
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How to upload files to Dropbox and Google Docs from R

Have you ever wondered whether you can upload files from R to Dropbox and/or Google Docs? I recently asked myself this question while making my most recent Shiny app (more later). The answer is yes, you can upload files from R to these cloud services! Dropbox As far as I know, the best R package for uploading files to...

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Box plots. Like box plots, only…box plots.

February 2, 2014
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Box plots. Like box plots, only…box plots.

On a rare, brief holiday (here and here, if you’re interested; both highly-recommended), I make the mistake of checking my Twitter feed: paging @neilfws . . . RT @psudmant: Ground breaking new methods from @naturemethods – boxplots – no rly nature.com/nmeth/journal/…— Chris Miller (@chrisamiller) January 30, 2014 This points me to BoxPlotR. It draws box

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Pander/Pandoc for Pretty Conversion on the R Studio Server

February 1, 2014
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(Added May 19, 2014: On May 17 R Stduio announced a preview release of version 0.98b which will render moot the techniques described in this post, as the new version provides built-in options to convert from R Markdown to PDF and to Word formats.) Eventually we get around to teaching our students to turn in Homework assignments as...

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Introduction to dplyr: data manipulation made easy(er) and fun(er)

January 30, 2014
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Introduction to dplyr: data manipulation made easy(er) and fun(er)

If you are just getting started in R, checkout my post on good references for beginners.  Hadly Wickham has come out with yet another R package that is destined to improve my workflow and let me concentrate less on getting R to do things, and more on my research questions. The package is dplyr, a reboot...

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dplyr 0.1.1

January 30, 2014
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dplyr 0.1.1

We’re pleased to announce a new minor version of dplyr. This fixes a few bugs that crashed R, adds a few minor new features (like a sort argument to tally()), and uses shallow copying in a few more places. There is one backward incompatible change: explain_tbl() has been renamed to explain. For a complete list

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roxygen2 3.1.0

January 30, 2014
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roxygen2 3.1.0

We’re pleased to announce a new version of roxygen2. The biggest news is that roxygen2 now recognises reference class method docstrings and will automatically add them to the documentation. 3.1.0 also offers a number of minor improvements and bug fixes, as listed on the github release notice. As always, you can install the latest version with install.packages("roxygen2").

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Fast and easy data munging, with dplyr

January 22, 2014
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RStudio's Hadley Wickham has just introduced a new package for filtering, selecting, restructuring and aggregating tabular data in R: the dplyr package. It's similar in concept to Hadley's original plyr package from 2009, but with several key improvements: It works exclusively with data in R data frames; It can process data in remote databases (with the transformations done in-database...

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The performance of dplyr blows plyr out of the water

January 22, 2014
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Together with many other packages written by Hadley Wickham, plyr is a package that I use a lot for data processing. The syntax is clean, and it works great for breaking down larger data.frame‘s into smaller summaries. The greatest disadvantage… See more ›

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