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Is invasive?

December 13, 2012
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Is invasive?

The Global Invasive Species Database (GISD) (see their website for more info here) has data on the invasiveness status of many species. From taxize you can now query the GISD database. Introducing the function gisd_isinvasive. This function was contributed to taxize by Ignasi Bartomeus, a postdoc at the Swedish University Agricultural Sciences. There are two possible outputs from using...

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Using (R) Markdown, Jekyll, & GitHub for a Website

December 10, 2012
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Introduction Markdown has been growing in popularity for writing documents on the web. With the introduction of R Markdown (see also Jeromy Anglim’s post on getting started with R Markdown) and knitr, R Markdown has simplified the publishing of R analysis on the web. I recently converted my website from Wordpress to Jekyll. Jekyll...

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ICERM Reproducibility Workshop: Day 1

December 10, 2012
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I'm attending a workshop on reproducibility at ICERM (Brown University) this week. I really appreciate this great opportunity offered by ICERM, Randy and Victoria. It is pretty exciting to meet people that you only knew before through indirect ways. O...

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Shiny apps are awesome

December 10, 2012
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Shiny apps are awesome

RStudio has a new product called Shiny that, quoting from their website, "makes it super simple for R users like you to turn analyses into interactive web applications that anyone can use". See here for more information. A Shiny basically consists of two files: a ui.r file and a server.r file. The ui.r file, as it says, provides...

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Shiny apps are awesome

December 10, 2012
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Shiny apps are awesome

RStudio has a new product called Shiny that, quoting from their website, "makes it super simple for R users like you to turn analyses into interactive web applications that anyone can use". See here for more information. A Shiny basically consists of two files: a ui.r file and a server.r file. The ui.r file, as it says, provides...

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One R package for all your taxonomic needs

December 6, 2012
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UPDATE: there were some errors in the tests for taxize, so the binaries aren't avaiable yet. You can install from source though, see below. Getting taxonomic information for the set of species you are studying can be a pain in the ass. You have to manually type, or paste in, your species one-by-one. Or, if you are lucky, there is...

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One R package for all your taxonomic needs

December 6, 2012
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UPDATE: there were some errors in the tests for taxize, so the binaries aren't avaiable yet. You can install from source though, see below. Getting taxonomic information for the set of species you are studying can be a pain in the ass. You have to manually type, or paste in, your species one-by-one. Or, if you are lucky, there is...

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Shiny released to CRAN; Shiny Server coming soon

December 5, 2012
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The shiny package, the R package from RStudio that makes it easy to build simple interactive interfaces for R scripts, is now available on CRAN. This will make it easier for R programmers to install and use shiny, and to run the interfaces they create from a local web browser. The next step is to be able to publish...

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Italian Bio R Day 2012 – Slides on Reproducible Research using R and Bioconductor

December 3, 2012
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Italian Bio R Day 2012 – Slides on Reproducible Research using R and Bioconductor

Thanks to Parco Tecnologico Padano (PTP), I was invited to speak at the first Italian Bio R Day that was held in Lodi on 30 November 2012. It was a nice opportunity to talk and listen about different aspects of R from practitioners with different backg...

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The tools in an R package developer’s toolbox

November 29, 2012
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The tools in an R package developer’s toolbox

Yihui Xie is the creator of several popular R packages, including knitr, animation and cranvas. In an interview with The Setup, he shares some of the software and hardware he uses in his data-to-day work, including (of course) R: For programming and data analysis, I primarily use R since I'm a statistician. I have created a bunch of R...

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