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RStudio in the cloud for dummies, 2014/2015 edition

December 2, 2014
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RStudio in the cloud for dummies, 2014/2015 edition

In 2012, we presented a post showing how to run RStudio in the cloud on an Amazon server. There were 7 steps, including one with 7 sub-steps, one of which had 6 sub-sub-steps. It was still pretty easy, for what it was-- an effectively free computer i...

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Power Outage Impact Choropleths In 5 Steps in R (featuring rvest & RStudio “Projects”)

November 27, 2014
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Power Outage Impact Choropleths In 5 Steps in R (featuring rvest & RStudio “Projects”)

I and @awpiii were trading news about the power outages in Maine & New Hampshire last night and he tweeted the link to the @PSNH Outage Map. As if the Bing Maps tiles weren’t bad enough, the use of a categorical color scale instead of a sequential one caused sufficient angst that I whipped up

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RStudio shortcuts (Windows) – for cleaner and faster coding

November 25, 2014
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RStudio shortcuts (Windows) – for cleaner and faster coding

RStudio has a number of keyboard shortcuts that make for cleaner and faster coding. I put all the Windows shortcuts that I use onto a single page so that I can pin them next to my computer. (PDF) Some favourites of mine are: Using code sections/chunks - Use Ctrl+Shift+R to insert a code section and a popup

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Secret to Making Things Appear in RStudio Viewer

November 24, 2014
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I am by no means an authoritative source on this, but I think I found out the secret behind htmltools html_print that chooses the RStudio Viewer browser rather than your default browser like utils::browseURL. Here is a quick code snippet that hopefully...

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LA R meetup – January 21: RStudio’s Shiny with Joe Cheng

November 20, 2014
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At this meetup we’re fortunate to have RStudio’s lead developer Joe Cheng flying in from...

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New dplyr course by RStudio and DataCamp! Learn data manipulation interactively

October 31, 2014
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New dplyr course by RStudio and DataCamp! Learn data manipulation interactively

DataCamp just launched its latest interactive course: dplyr. This new course was developed in close collaboration with Garrett Grolemund, RStudio’s master instructor. By taking this course, you will be challenged one step at a time to master the essentials about transforming data sets fast and intuitively with the dplyr package. Start the course here. The

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R and RStudio incompatibility with Yosemite Mac OS X 10.10

October 23, 2014
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There is currently a bug (or feature?) in the current version of Yosemite (OS X 10.10) that messes with the passing of environmental variables to programs launched from Finder (as pointed out by Adam Maxwell). Notably, this means that PATH variables are not passed properly to R.app or RStudio.app. You may end up seeing errors

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Learn dplyr with RStudio and Datacamp

October 20, 2014
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Learn dplyr with RStudio and Datacamp

RStudio has teamed up with Datacamp to create a new, interactive way to learn dplyr. Dplyr is an R package that provides a fast, intuitive way to transform data sets with R. It introduces five functions, optimized in C++, that can handle ~90% of data manipulation tasks. These functions are lightning fast, which lets you

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SVG + Javascript Ekholm Decomposition in RStudio Browser

October 10, 2014
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Our topics this week seem unrelated, but in an effort to bridge the two another random project – make website in R for these SVGs of Portland Vector Bridges result: Portland Bridges in SVGcode: R to make simple siteEkholm decomposition SelectionShare & TimingShare | Masterfully Written by Delightfully Responsive Author Popular Mutual Funds Decomposed With Ekholm (2014) Responsive...

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SVG + a little extra (d3.js) in RStudio Browser | No Pipes This Time

October 9, 2014
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I’m guessing here, but yesterday’s post Responsive SVG in Your RStudio Browser might have inspired some “but,…)”s, “yes plus I need”s, “what the %>>% with the pipe”s, etc.  I’ll attempt to address a couple of these in this quick post. First, if you don’t like pipes, here is the non-piped version of the code.  I also made one change,...

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