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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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New Wine in an Old Bottle: R Markdown v2 and R Studio on the Cent OS Server

August 27, 2014
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Introduction New Pandoc Installing LaTeX Packages Introduction R Markdown Version 2 is a boon to students: with a single click one can convert an R Markdown file to either HTML, PDF or Word format. However, getting this feature to work fully in the R Studio server environment may require a bit of work, especially...

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DataScienceLA interviews David Smith

August 27, 2014
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While I was in LA for the useR! 2014 conference last month, I had the great pleasure of being among the participants in the DataScienceLA interview series hosted by Eduardo Ariño de la Rubia. Eduardo is both an R user and an excellent interviewer: his preparation and knowledge of R has resuled in a fascinating interview series for any...

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R Workshops Updated to Include the Latest Packages

August 27, 2014
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R Workshops Updated to Include the Latest Packages

Two new R packages are quickly becoming standards in the R community: Hadley Wickham’s dplyr and tidyr. The dplyr package almost completely replaces his popular plyr package for data manipulation. Most importantly for general R use, it makes it much easier … Continue reading →

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TTTAR2: My First Shiny App with Bootstrap – #RUGSMAPS

August 26, 2014
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TTTAR2: My First Shiny App with Bootstrap – #RUGSMAPS

Thing To Try After useR! part 2 (TTTAR2) Originally, this post was supposed to be a sequel to TTTAR1 about h2o machine learning. Since TTTAR1 I have been carrying out more h2o tests both locally and on the cloud with the very kind support of Nick Elprin from Domino. The more...

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David Smith, the useR! 2014 Interview

August 25, 2014
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David Smith, the useR! 2014 Interview

“At one point, the only source for daily R news was David Smith’s blog.” —...

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R OOP – a little privacy please?

August 23, 2014
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As of late, I’ve been making heavy use of Reference Classes in R. They are easier for me to wrap my mind around since they adopt a usage style more like “traditional” OOP languages like Java. Primarily, object methods are part of the class definition and accessed via the instantiated object. For instance: With S3/S4 classes, you...

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