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Short course on Bayesian data analysis and Stan 19-21 July in NYC!

July 7, 2015
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Short course on Bayesian data analysis and Stan 19-21 July in NYC!

Bob Carpenter, Daniel Lee, and I are giving a 3-day short course in two weeks. Before class everyone should install R, RStudio and RStan on their computers. If problems occur please join the stan-users group and post any questions. It’s important that all participants get Stan running and bring their laptops to the course. Class The post

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Teaching a short topic to beginner R users

Teaching a short topic to beginner R users

A couple weeks ago I was given the opportunity to teach a 1 hr 30 min slot of an introduction to R course. In the past, I've taught lectures for similar courses, and I ended up asking myself what would be the best short topic to teach and how to teach ...

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R Consortium News Roundup

July 6, 2015
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In case you missed the news last week, the (https://www.r-consortium.org/news/announcement/2015/06/linux-foundation-announces-r-consortium-support-millions-users-around). This new non-profit trade group will work with the R Foundation to support the R Community and the R Project generally. As you might expect, the announcement generated quite a bit of news in the press. Here are links to some of the coverage: * Venturebeat:...

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Hygge at UseR! 2015, Aalborg

July 6, 2015
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Hygge at UseR! 2015, Aalborg

hygge A Danish word (pronounced HU-guh) meaning social coziness. I.e. the feeling of a good social atmosphere. – Urban Dictionary Yes, there was plenty of hygge to go around this year’s UseR! that took place last week in Aalborg, Denmark. Everybody I’ve spoken with agrees that it was an extraordinary conference, from the interesting speakers and presentations...

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EARL2015 Boston Keynote Speakers announced

July 6, 2015
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EARL2015 Boston Keynote Speakers announced

We are delighted to announce that the keynote speakers for EARL 2015 in Boston which takes place on 2nd-4th November will be David Smith, Garrett Grolemund, John Thompson and Richard Pugh David Smith is the R Community Lead at Revolution … Continue reading →

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OpenCPU Release 1.5

July 4, 2015
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OpenCPU Release 1.5

Following a few weeks of testing, OpenCPU 1.5 has been released. OpenCPU is a production-ready framework for embedded statistical computing with R. The system provides a neat API for remotely calling R functions over HTTP via e.g. JSON or P...

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A Tutorial on Writing Simulation Apps in Shiny

July 3, 2015
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I stand in awe of the R wizards who post their latest and greatest Shiny feats on R-Bloggers. It’s taken me a while to find my way around Shiny, but at last I feel ready to fill in a few gaps for others who may be just starting out and who aspire to write reasonably involved,...

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Chronicles from useR! – day 3

Chronicles from useR! – day 3

I survived to the Conference Dinner and I took the last

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Get your R education going with GitHub

July 2, 2015
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Get your R education going with GitHub

by Joseph Rickert Last week, I was fortunate enough to attend the R Summit & Workshop, an invitation only event, held at the Copenhagen Business School. The abstracts for the public talks presented are online and well worth a look. Collectively they provide a snapshot of the state of development of R and the R Community as well some...

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The R Consortium: what does it mean for me?

July 2, 2015
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By Andy Nicholls, Head of Consulting Earlier this week a press release from the Linux Foundation formally unveiled The R Consortium: “a group of businesses organized under an open source governance and foundation model to provide support to the R community, … Continue reading →

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