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httr 0.3

March 21, 2014
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httr 0.3

We’re very pleased to announce the release of httr 0.3. httr makes it easy to work with modern web apis so that you can work with web data almost as easily as local data. For example, this code shows how might find the most recently asked question about R on stackoverflow: httr 0.3 recieved a

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Using R: barplot with ggplot2

March 19, 2014
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Using R: barplot with ggplot2

Ah, the barplot. Loved by some, hated by some, the first graph you’re likely to make in your favourite office spreadsheet software, but a rather tricky one to pull off in R. Or, that depends. If you just need a barplot that displays the value of each data point as a bar — which is

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Species occurrence data

March 17, 2014
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Species occurrence data

The rOpenSci projects aims to provide programmatic access to scientific data repositories on the web. A vast majority of the packages in our current suite retrieve some form of biodiversity or taxonomic data. Since several of these datasets have been georeferenced, it provides numerous opportunities for visualizing species distributions, building species distribution maps, and for using it analyses such...

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dplyr 0.1.3

March 16, 2014
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dplyr 0.1.3

dplyr 0.1.3 is now on CRAN. It fixes an incompatibility with the latest version of Rcpp, and a number of other bugs that were causing dplyr to crash R. See the full details in the release notes.

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Guardian Words: Visualized

March 15, 2014
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Andy Kirk (@visualisingdata) & Lynn Cherny (@arnicas) tweeted about the Guardian Word Count service/archive site, lamenting the lack of visualizations: Want to know num of words written in each day's Guardian paper by section + approx reading time? http://t.co/wP4W1EzUsx via @bengoldacre— Andy Kirk (@visualisingdata) March 15, 2014 This gave me a chance to bust out

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Slidify my R journey from @matlabulous to rCrimemap

March 12, 2014
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Slidify my R journey from @matlabulous to rCrimemap

My LondonR Talk Thanks to Mango Solutions (LondonR organiser), I was given the opportunity last night to talk about my mini project ‘CrimeMap’. Instead of going through all the technical details behind the scenes, I chose to talk the audience through my R journey from a noob to a heavy user. CrimeMap was used as a...

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Web Scraping: working with APIs

March 12, 2014
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APIs present researchers with a diverse set of data sources through a standardised access mechanism: send a pasted together HTTP request, receive JSON or XML in return. Today we tap into a range of APIs to get comfortable sending queries and processing...

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googleVis code development moved to GitHub

March 11, 2014
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googleVis code development moved to GitHub

After nearly 4 years of developing googleVis on Google Code with SVN we decided to move to GitHub. The main reason was that Google stopped the facility of hosting pre-CRAN builds of the package for user testing. The devtools package on the other hand m...

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Upcoming NYC R Programming Classes

March 10, 2014
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Upcoming NYC R Programming Classes

It is our pleasure to once again offer the intensive R beginner level course for the third time! Beginning this Sunday, the 35 hour course will walk you through the basic operations and characteristics of R, all the way to having a firm understanding of data manipulation and visualization. Also launching this weekend are two... Read more »

R 3.0.3 is released

March 10, 2014
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R 3.0.3 is released

R 3.0.3 (codename “Warm Puppy) was released several days ago. The full list of new features and bug fixes is provided below. Upgrading to R 3.0.3 You can download the latest version from here. Or, if you are using Windows, you can upgrade to the latest version using the installr package. Simply run the following

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