446 search results for "KnitR"

A speed test comparison of plyr, data.table, and dplyr

September 23, 2013
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A speed test comparison of plyr, data.table, and dplyr

Guest post by Jake Russ For a recent project I needed to make a simple sum calculation on a rather large data frame (0.8 GB, 4+ million rows, and ~80,000 groups). As an avid user of Hadley Wickham’s packages, my first …Read more »

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Presenting your findings with R

September 7, 2013
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Presenting your findings with R

R packages to provide more interactive and richer user experience: knitr, rCharts, slidify, shiny and OpenCPU.

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After Three Months I Cannot Reproduce My Own Book

September 5, 2013
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After Three Months I Cannot Reproduce My Own Book

I thought I could easily jump to a high standard (reproducibility), but I failed. Some of you may have noticed that the knitr book is finally out. Amazon is offering a good price at the moment, so if you are interested, you'd better hurry up. I a...

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Latent Variable Analysis with R: Getting Setup with lavaan

September 1, 2013
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Latent Variable Analysis with R: Getting Setup with lavaan

Getting Started with Structural Equation Modeling Part 1Getting Started with Structural Equation Modeling: Part 1 Introduction For the analyst familiar with linear regression fitting structural equation models can at first feel strange. In the R environment, fitting structural equation models involves learning new modeling syntax, new plotting...

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GitHub Package Ideas I Stole

August 31, 2013
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GitHub Package Ideas I Stole

One of my favorite sources of good ideas is looking at the GitHub repositories of others and modeling my repos after the good ideas I see others doing. Here's Steve Jobs on stealing ideas: In the past few weeks I've … Continue reading →

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ECVP tutorial on classification images

August 30, 2013
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ECVP tutorial on classification images

The slides for my ECVP tutorial on classification images are available here. Try this alternative version if the equations look funny. (image from Mineault et al. 2009) The slides are in HTML and contain some interactive elements. They’re the result of experimenting with R Markdown, D3 and pandoc. You write the slides in R Markdown,

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OpenCPU 1.0 release!

August 27, 2013
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OpenCPU 1.0 release!

After more than 3 years of development, we release the first official version of the OpenCPU system. Based on feedback and experiences from the beta series, OpenCPU version 1.0 has been rewritten entirely from scratch. The result is simple and flexible API that is easier to understand yet more powerful than before. With the new...

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Using JavaScript visualization libraries with R

August 26, 2013
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This is a short tutorial on knitr/markdown and JS visualization packages googleVis and rCharts. With these packages you can create web pages with interactive visualizations just using R. This will require minimal or no knowledge of HTML ...

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OpenCPU 1.0 release!

August 26, 2013
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After more than 3 years of development, we release the first official version of the OpenCPU system. Based on feedback and experiences from the beta series, OpenCPU version 1.0 has been rewritten entirely from scratch. The result is simple and flexible API that is easier to understand yet more powerful than before. With the new release also comes a new website and...

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Exporting Results of Linear Regression with Robust Standard Errors

August 24, 2013
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