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Packrat on CRAN

September 5, 2014
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Packrat on CRAN

Packrat is now available on CRAN, with version 0.4.1-1! Packrat is an R package that helps you manage your project’s R package dependencies in an isolated, reproducible and portable way. Install packrat from CRAN with: install.packages("packrat") In particular, this release provides better support for local repositories. Local repositories are just folders containing package sources (currently

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R: Image Analysis using EBImage

September 5, 2014
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R: Image Analysis using EBImage

Currently, I am taking Statistics for Image Analysis on my masteral, and have been exploring this topic in R. One package that has the capability in this field is the EBImage from Bioconductor, which will be showcased in this post.InstallationFor those...

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Keep your team informed with “slackr”

September 5, 2014
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Keep your team informed with “slackr”

Karl Broman did a spiffy job summarizing a good number of the options available to R folk if they want to get notifications from R. You can also generate OS X notifications as well. If you’re using Slack for team coordination and communications, you’ve got a new option - slackr that also enables you...

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Shiny: R made interactive @ useR! 2014

September 4, 2014
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At useR! 2014, one of the most anticipated presentations was Joe Cheng’s Shiny: R made...

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httr 0.5

September 3, 2014
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httr 0.5

httr 0.5 is now available on CRAN. The httr packages makes it easy to talk to web APIs from R. Learn more in the quick start vignette. This release is mostly bug fixes and minor improvements, but there is one major new feature: you can now save response bodies directly to disk. library(httr) # Download

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The Importance of ‘Janitorial Work’ in Research

September 2, 2014
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As someone who has spent a significant amount of time ‘data wrangling’ outside the field...

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“sinkr” – a collection of functions featured on “me nugget”

September 2, 2014
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“sinkr” – a collection of functions featured on “me nugget”

The R package sinkr (version 1.0) has now been released:  https://github.com/menugget/sinkrI have finally gotten around to learning how to create an R package and decided to start by bundling functions that I have featured on the blog. Thanks to the R Studio team for making this so easy (in combination with...

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EditorConfig: force unified coding style from all your contributors

September 1, 2014
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EditorConfig: force unified coding style from all your contributors

In the past 10 years since I started using R, there were a series of things that changed the way I code (in chronological sequence): my first R function, different IDEs, my first R package, roxygen, GitHub, the devtools wiki, StackOverflow, my first useR! conference, continuous integration tools and e.g. participating in the Google Summer of Code. Probably I will...

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Yihui Xie, the useR! 2014 Interview

September 1, 2014
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In science consensus is irrelevant. What is relevant is reproducible results. The greatest scientists in history...

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How unusual is it for TLDs to resolve to an address at the top most level? (a.k.a. a sneaky, basic introduction to dplyr)

August 29, 2014
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How unusual is it for TLDs to resolve to an address at the top most level? (a.k.a. a sneaky, basic introduction to dplyr)

I saw this on Hacker News this morning and it got me curious as to how many other TLDs (e.g. .com) resolve to an address (i.e. http://uz./ displays a page in your browser since uz. resolves to 91.212.89.8). This is quick work with R and the resolv & iptools packages, plus I threw in a little...

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