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One of My Favorite R Oddities: dump()

January 26, 2015
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One of My Favorite R Oddities:  dump()

R is full of things that make "real programmers" (I dislike this term) turn their noses up in disgust. One of my favorites is the dump() function. It is...odd. I think the best way to introduce it to people is without context, because it's just so bizarre: That's right; it's actually dumping out R code that would allow you...

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HOW TO HOST YOUR SHINY APP ON AMAZON EC2 FOR MAC OSX

January 26, 2015
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HOW TO HOST YOUR SHINY APP ON AMAZON EC2 FOR MAC OSX

In a previous post I had mentioned that I would provide a hosting guide for Shiny applications so other people wouldn't have to suffer through all the same issues I did when trying to do this. Just for reference, I am running OSX Yosemite. For the SSH client you'll be using Terminal, for the SFTP client you'll be using Cyberduck....

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Tokyo-based R Meetup TokyoR #45

January 25, 2015
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Tokyo-based R Meetup TokyoR #45

Last week, I attended a Tokyo-based Statistical Software R meetup named “TokyoR #45” held on Jan 17 at VOYAGE GROUP office in Shibuya, Tokyo. Almost all presentations were given in Japanese, but in this post I’ll share brief a summary…Read more ›

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Building [Security] Dashboards w/R & Shiny + shinydashboard

January 24, 2015
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Building [Security] Dashboards w/R & Shiny + shinydashboard

Jay & I cover dashboards in Chapter 10 of Data-Driven Security (the book) but have barely mentioned them on the blog. That’s about to change with a new series on building dashboards using the all-new shinydashboard framework developed by RStudio. While we won’t duplicate the full content from the book, we will show different types of...

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R Open Source and Commercial Support

January 23, 2015
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R Open Source and Commercial Support

With today's announcement that Microsoft will acquire Revolution Analytics, it is worthwhile to consider the commercial support that has existed in different forms throughout the history of this open source language. R was based on S, which w...

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Shiny 0.11, themes, and dashboard

January 23, 2015
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Shiny 0.11, themes, and dashboard

Shiny version 0.11 is available now! Notable changes include: Shiny has migrated from Bootstrap 2 to Bootstrap 3 for its web front end. More on this below. The old jsliders have been replaced with ion.rangeSlider. These sliders look better, are easier for users to interact with, and support updating more fields from the server side.

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A first look at Spark

January 22, 2015
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A first look at Spark

by Joseph Rickert Apache Spark, the open-source, cluster computing framework originally developed in the AMPLab at UC Berkeley and now championed by Databricks is rapidly moving from the bleeding edge of data science to the mainstream. Interest in Spark, demand for training and overall hype is on a trajectory to match the frenzy surrounding Hadoop in recent years. Next...

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Data Wrangling Webinar and IFAR Chapter Update

January 22, 2015
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Data Wrangling Webinar and IFAR Chapter Update

A week or so ago I participated in the “Data Wrangling” webinar provided by RStudio.  I found Garret Gromelund’s descriptions of the functions in tidyr and dplyr to be fantastic.  A recording of the webinar is available here on the RStudio … Continue reading →

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Practical introduction to Shiny – workshop write-up

January 21, 2015
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Practical introduction to Shiny – workshop write-up

I recently delivered a workshop on a practical introduction to shiny, an R package that enables development, testing and deployment of interactive web applications. Delivered at the University of Sydney’s Institute for Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS), it was designed for people who are a) fairly new to R (which can seem intimidating) and b) completely new to shiny. This article provides resources for...

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Building a choropleth map of Italy using mapIT

January 19, 2015
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Building a choropleth map of Italy using mapIT

In the R environment, different packages to draw maps a

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