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Finally! Tracking CRAN packages downloads

June 11, 2013
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Finally! Tracking CRAN packages downloads

The guys from RStudio now provide CRAN download logs (see also this blog post). Great work! I always asked myself, how many people actually download my packages. Now I finally can

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R package development

June 11, 2013
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R package development

Building R packages is not particular hard, but it can be a bit of a daunting endeavour at the beginning, particularly if you are more of a statistician than a computer scientist or programmer. Some concepts may appear foreign or like red tape, yet man...

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Safe Loading of RData Files

June 10, 2013
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Safe Loading of RData Files

Unless you have configured R not to ask, every time you close R or RStudio you are prompted to save your workspace. This saves an RData file to the working directory. The functions save.image() and save() offer a little more … Continue reading →

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Where is the R Activity?

June 10, 2013
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Where is the R Activity?

R has become one of the world’s most widely used

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Crayfish or crawdad? Mapping US dialect variations with R

June 7, 2013
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Crayfish or crawdad? Mapping US dialect variations with R

I grew up in Australia, where I learned to speak English. Or so I thought: when I moved overseas to the UK, and especially when I moved to the States, I soon learned these are distinct cultures separated by a common language. Words which I previously had no context for being different anywhere else, such as "runners" ("sneakers"), "lemonade"...

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Major League Baseball run scoring trends with R’s Lahman package

June 4, 2013
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Major League Baseball run scoring trends with R’s Lahman package

The statistical software R has an ever-expanding array of packages that provide pre-programmed functions and datasets. One such package is named Lahman, bundling the contents of the Lahman database into a quick-and-easy resource for R users. In addition to the data tables, the package resources also contain a variety of analyses and graphics undertaken using...

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Interactive slides with googleVis on shiny

June 4, 2013
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Interactive slides with googleVis on shiny

Following on from last week's post, here are my slides on using googleVis on shiny from the Advanced R workshop at Lancaster University, 21 May 2013. googleVis on shiny Again, I wrote my slides in RMarkdown and I used slidify to create the HTML5 presentation. Unfortunately...

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How to set up a reproducible R project

June 3, 2013
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If you're thinking about starting a project (for example, a report or paper) using the R language for analysis, the Nice R code blog has some great advice. Following the principles of reproducible research, Macquarie University postdocs Rich FitzJohn and Daniel Falster suggest: Creating a directory structure to separate R code, data, reports, and output Treating data as read-only...

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Win Your Fantasy Football Auction Draft: Calculate the Optimal Players to Draft with this Shiny App in R

June 2, 2013
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In this post, I use a Shiny app in R to determine the best possible players to pick in a fantasy football auction draft.  The app takes projections from FantasyPros, a site that averages across numerous sources of projections.  Based on your ...

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Tweetanalytics – Interactively analyzing tweets from accounts of 5 universities

June 1, 2013
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Tweetanalytics – Interactively analyzing tweets from accounts of 5 universities

This is an attempt at learning and interactively displaying few results using twitter data using text mining. Interactivity is implemented using RStudio's shiny server. Their documentation of demo scripts came in very handy. As a non-user of twitter, I...

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