430 search results for "Knitr"

Create Word documents from R with R2DOCX

June 28, 2013
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If you work in a corporate environment, then the Word document format is still pretty ubiquitous. Personally, I've switched to Google Docs for most of my own documents, but I still receive a couple of Words docs from others via email every day. And it's common request from clients of our Services team to generate documents in the Word...

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Sample size calculations equivalent to Stata functions

June 25, 2013
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Dave Harris on Maximum Likelihood Estimation

June 17, 2013
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Dave Harris on Maximum Likelihood Estimation

At our last Davis R Users’ Group meeting of the quarter, Dave Harris gave a talk on how to use the bbmle package to fit mechanistic models to ecological data. Here’s his script, which I ran throgh the spin function in knitr: # Load data library(emdbook) ## Loading required package: MASS Loading required package: lattice library(bbmle) ## Loading required package:...

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Top 100 R packages for 2013 (Jan-May)!

June 13, 2013
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Top 100 R packages for 2013 (Jan-May)!

(This article was first published on R-statistics blog » RR-statistics blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) What are the top 100 (most downloaded) R packages in 2013? Thanks to the recent release of RStudio of their “0-cloud” CRAN log files (but without including downloads from the primary CRAN mirror or any of the 88 other CRAN mirrors), we can now answer this question...

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userR2013 data analysis contest: data exploration

June 12, 2013
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userR2013 data analysis contest: data exploration

Description The useR2013 conference is organizing a data analysis contest, check the rules here. They have a package called useR2013DAC with two data sets: one from La Liga and the other one from the Formula 1. Once you download and install the package (available here), you can quickly explore the data using the following R commands: Data exploration ## Load the...

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In case you missed it: May 2013 Roundup

June 10, 2013
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from May of particular interest to R users: Billions of geotagged Tweets create a beautiful map of the world when plotted with the ggmap package. A review of Ryan Sheftel's talk at R/Finance, on how he uses R on the trading desk at Credit Suisse. Also, a quick take on...

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The RStudio CRAN mirror

June 10, 2013
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The RStudio CRAN mirror

RStudio maintains its own CRAN mirror, http://cran.rstudio.com. The server itself is a virtual machine run by Amazon’s EC2 service, and it syncs with the main CRAN mirror in Austria once per day. When you contact http://cran.rstudio.com, however, you’re probably not talking to our CRAN mirror directly. That’s because we use Amazon CloudFront, a content delivery

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You Do Not Need to Tell Me I Have A Typo in My Documentation

June 10, 2013
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You Do Not Need to Tell Me I Have A Typo in My Documentation

So I just got yet yet another comment saying "you have a typo in your documentation". While I do appreciate these kind reminders, I think it might be a good exercise for those who want to try GIT and Github pull requests, which make it possible for y...

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Quick and Simple D3 Network Graphs from R

June 8, 2013
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Quick and Simple D3 Network Graphs from R

Sometimes I just want to quickly make a simple D3 JavaScript directed network graph with data in R. Because D3 network graphs can be manipulated in the browser–i.e. nodes can be moved around and highlighted–they're really nice for data exploration. They're also really nice in HTML presentations. So I put together a...

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Creating Jekyll blog posts from R.

June 3, 2013
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Creating Jekyll blog posts from R.

Adam Duncan Also avilable on R-bloggers.com Setting up a Jekyll/Jekyll Bootstrap blog site is a very worthwhile experience. Should you choose to use Jekyll as your blogging platform, you will find many resources out there describing the setup process. This post is not about getting set up using Jekyll or Jekyll Bootstrap. It’s about establishing a good workflow...

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