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Lessons Learned from Developing a Data Product

October 11, 2015
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Lessons Learned from Developing a Data Product

For an assignment I was asked to develop a visual ‘data product’ that informed decisions on video game ratings taking as an indicator their ranking on the MetaCritic site. I decided to use RStudio’s Shiny package to develop it as a visual product and then publish it to shinyapps.io, RStudio’s cloud service for publishing Shiny

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Facing your data

October 10, 2015
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Facing your data

A few years ago, I came across a post on FlowingData about using Chernoff Faces as a fun way to visualize multidimensional data: > The assumption is that we can read people's faces easily in real life, > so we should be able to recognize small differences when they represent data. > Now that's a pretty big...

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Facing your data

October 10, 2015
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Facing your data

A few years ago, I came across a post on FlowingData about using Chernoff Faces as a fun way to visualize multidimensional data: > The assumption is that we can read people's faces easily in real life, > so we should be able to recognize small differences when they represent data. > Now that's a pretty big...

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Learning R: Index of Online R Courses, October 2015

October 8, 2015
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Learning R: Index of Online R Courses, October 2015

by Joseph Rickert Early October: somewhere the leaves are turning brilliant colors, temperatures are cooling down and that back to school feeling is in the air. And for more people than ever before, it is going to seem to be a good time to commit to really learning R. I have some suggestions for R courses below, but first:...

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Using purrr with dplyr

October 7, 2015
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purrr was finally released on CRAN last week. This package is focused on working with lists (and data frames by the same token). However it is not a DSL for lists in the way dplyr is a DSL for data frames. It aims at creating a "better standard lib" focused on functional programming. Purrr should feel like R programming and bring out the elegance...

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Getting into the zone(s) with R + jsonlite

October 6, 2015
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We have some strange data in cybersecurity. One of the (IMO) stranger data files is a Domain Name System (DNS) zone file. This file contains mappings between domain names and IP addresses (and other things) represented by “resource records”. Here’s an example for the dummy/example domain example.com: $ORIGIN example.com. ; designates the start of this zone file...

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Using miniCRAN on site in Iran

October 6, 2015
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Using miniCRAN on site in Iran

by Jens Carl Streibig, Professor Emeritus at University of Copenhagen Editor's introduction: for background on the miniCRAN package, see our previous blog posts: Introducing miniCRAN Using R in Myanmar MiniCRAN saves my neck when out in regions where seamless running internet is and exception rather than the rule. R is definitely the programme to offer universities and research institutions...

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Hadley Wickham’s "Ask Me Anything" on Reddit

October 2, 2015
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Hadley Wickham’s "Ask Me Anything" on Reddit

Hadley Wickham, RStudio's Chief Scientist and prolific author of R books and packages, conducted an AMA (Ask Me Anything) session on Reddit this past Monday. The session was tremendously popular, generating more than 500 questions/comments and promoting the AMA to the front page of Reddit. If you're not familiar with Hadley's work (which would be a surprise if you're...

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R, Open Source and GSoC

October 2, 2015
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R, Open Source and GSoC

There’s a plethora of generic content regarding GSoC preparation already available on the internet.* This blog post will concentrate on specific tips which should help anyone looking to get involved with The R-Project, or any R-centric Open-Source project, begin their journey. *The post assumes basic programming knowledge (loops, functions, etc.) and familiarity with git/github.* The basics To begin with, familiarity with the...

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R, Open Source and GSoC

October 2, 2015
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R, Open Source and GSoC

There’s a plethora of generic content regarding GSoC preparation already available on the internet.* This blog post will concentrate on specific tips which should help anyone looking to get involved with The R-Project, or any R-centric Open-Source project, begin their journey. *The post assumes basic programming knowledge (loops, functions, etc.) and familiarity with git/github.* The basics To begin with, familiarity with the...

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