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R Tutorial by DrivenData & DataCamp: Data Mining the Water Table

May 24, 2016
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New Free Course: DrivenData Water Pumps Challenge Interested in starting to put your data science skills to work in order to solve some of the world's biggest social challenges? DrivenData provides that opportunity by hosting challenges where data scientists compete to come up with the best statistical model for difficult predictive problems that make a difference. In...

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Tutorial: GitHub for Data Scientists without the Terminal

May 21, 2016
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Git and GitHub are indispensable tools for anyone analysing data, developing software or disseminating results. Originally designed for software engineers, GitHub is now widely used in many disciplines, especially for researchers in academia. Having a source code management software such as GitHub to host your code and have detailed project documentation is a huge step

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Principal Components Regression in R, an operational tutorial

May 17, 2016
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Principal Components Regression in R, an operational tutorial

John Mount Ph. D. Data Scientist at Win-Vector LLC Win-Vector LLC's Dr. Nina Zumel has just started a two part series on Principal Components Regression that we think is well worth your time. You can read her article here. Principal Components Regression (PCR) is the use of Principal Components Analysis (PCA) as a dimension reduction step prior to linear...

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Shiny JavaScript Tutorials

May 6, 2016
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Shiny JavaScript Tutorials

We are happy to announce a new series of tutorials that will take your Shiny apps to the next level. In the tutorials, Herman Sontrop and Erwin Schuijtvlot of FRISS will teach you how to create custom JavaScript widgets and embed them into your Shiny apps. The JavaScript language is a powerful tool when combined

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Bring Your Data to Life with googleVis and R – Tutorial

April 25, 2016
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In this new demonstration, you will learn how to use the googleVis package in R to create a some beautiful interactive charts. The charts created here are inspired by the work of data guru Hans Rosling. Step-by-step, you will transform development statistics into moving bubbles that help quickly tell a powerful story. GoogleVis provides an interface between R and the...

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WrightMap Tutorial 4 – More Flexibility Using the person and item side…

April 21, 2016
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WrightMap Tutorial 4 – More Flexibility




Using the person and item side…

WrightMap Tutorial 4 - More Flexibility Using the person and item side functions Introduction Version 1.2 of the WrightMap package allows you to directly access the functions used for drawing the person and item sides of the map in order to allow more flexible item person maps. The parts can be put together on the same plot using the split.screen function. Calling the...

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R talks and tutorials at the ODSC East conference (+ 10% discount code)

March 21, 2016
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R talks and tutorials at the ODSC East conference (+ 10% discount code)

(Guest post by Sheamus McGovern of ODSC) R will feature prominently at this year’s Open Data Science conference (ODSC East) in Boston from May 20th to 22nd. We have a strong lineup of workshops and talks from some of the top contributors in the R community. Joe Cheng, the creator of Shiny and CTO of RStudio will present the very...

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Developing a R Tutorial shiny dashboard app

March 9, 2016
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Developing a R Tutorial shiny dashboard app

Through this post, I would like to describe a R Tutorial Shiny app that I recently developed. You can access the app here. (Please open the app on Chrome as some of the features may not work on IE. The app also includes a “ReadMe” introduction which provides a quick overview on how to use Related Post

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Computerworld’s 10-step tutorial for creating interactive election maps with R

March 7, 2016
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Computerworld’s 10-step tutorial for creating interactive election maps with R

With the US election season in full swing, you can hardly browse a newspaper website without seeing some kind of map showing election or polling results, like this one from the New York Times. With election data (usually) accessible online, and a wealth of mapping tools available in the R language, you can fairly easily make similar maps yourself...

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Create your own R tutorials with Github & DataCamp

February 15, 2016
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At DataCamp, we’ve been working on a improved way of creating content. DataCamp’s new Teach app is closely linked with GitHub, the popular web-service where you can collaborate on Git Repositories. To make creating and maintaining courses as easy as possible, the DataCamp Teach app can automatically convert a GitHub repository in a DataCamp course. This is...

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