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Version 1.0 of devtools released!

January 23, 2013
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Version 1.0 of devtools released!

We’re very pleased to announce the release of devtools 1.0.  We’ve given devtools the 1.0 marker because it now works with the vast majority of packages in the wild, with this version adding support for S4 and Rcpp.  Devtools also has completely revamped code for finding Rtools on windows, including much better error messages if

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A beginner’s guide to sharing and collaboration with R

January 22, 2013
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In today's social world, it's important to be able to collaborate with others online when working with data, and to be able to easily share your outputs online. Fortunately, the R language and the broad R community provides a number of facilities for collaboration and sharing, which are summarized in Noam Ross's guide to tools for collaboration with R....

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Shiny Server now available

January 22, 2013
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Shiny Server now available

Shiny makes it easy to develop interactive web applications that run on your own machine. But by itself, it isn’t designed to make your applications available to all comers over the internet (or intranet). You can’t run more than one Shiny application on the same port, and if your R process crashes or exits for

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Randomly deleting duplicate rows from a dataframe

January 22, 2013
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Randomly deleting duplicate rows from a dataframe

I use R a lot in my day to day workflow, particularly for manipulating raw data files into a format that can be used for analysis. This is often a brain-taxing exercise and, sometimes, it would be totally quicker to … Continue reading →

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A slightly different introduction to R, part I

January 19, 2013
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A slightly different introduction to R, part I

Note in Swedish: Jag hoppas läsaren ursäktar att jag skriver på engelska då och då. This will be a brief introduction to using the statistics software R for biologists who want to do some of their data analysis in R. There are plenty of introductions to R (see here and here, for example; these are

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Dynamically annotate graphs with Shiny

January 18, 2013
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Dynamically annotate graphs with Shiny

Below I present a simple way to automatically annotate plots through Shiny It occurred to me that labeling plots should be really easy to do with R-studio's swanky 'Shiny' add on. To test this I gathered some time series data from Wikipedia, added opt...

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In case you missed it: December 2012 Roundup

January 17, 2013
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from December of particular interest to R users. The blog is.R ran an excellent series of R tips and applications in December, with posts including working with Stata files, working with graphs and networks, and text analysis. Kohske Takahashi provides R scripts to create a collection of optical illusions. Highlights...

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Wikipedia page views

January 16, 2013
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Wikipedia page views

Here I present an application that quantifies Wikipedia page views. It can visualise any topic in any language. It is (shamelessly) based on an application by the blogger Andrew Clark (pssguy), whose code is available here.I have added:multi ...

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Visualize Color Palettes in Interactive 3D Grid (Shiny + RGL)

January 12, 2013
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Visualize Color Palettes in Interactive 3D Grid (Shiny + RGL)

You can view the application online at http://trestletechnology.net:3838/rgl/! (Bear with us as we try out the very early release of Shiny Server. There may be some downtime and manual restarts of the service required in the next couple of weeks. Please drop us a line if it’s not working as you expected.) This is an

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Shiny = Happy People

January 11, 2013
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The people behind the wonderful RStudio, which I gushed about in a previous post, have developed a new package, Shiny, that makes it easy to develop interactive web applications with R. Shiny is not the first package to facilitate building web apps with R (see here for comparison of Shiny and gWidgetsWWW2.rapache), but it is

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