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Announcing RPubs: A New Web Publishing Service for R

June 4, 2012
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Announcing RPubs: A New Web Publishing Service for R

Today we’re very excited to announce RPubs, a free service that makes it easy to publish documents to the web from R. RPubs is a quick and easy way to disseminate data analysis and R code and do ad-hoc collaboration with peers. RPubs documents are based on R Markdown, a new feature of knitr 0.5 and RStudio 0.96. To publish

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NYC Meetup: What’s Next for R Markdown

May 24, 2012
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NYC Meetup: What’s Next for R Markdown

There’s been lots of excitement about the new R Markdown feature introduced as part of knitr 0.5 and RStudio 0.96. People see R Markdown as both a simpler way to do reproducible research and as a great way to publish to the web from R. Jeromy Anglim has a nice write up on getting started with

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CambR and other upcoming events

May 21, 2012
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CambR and other upcoming events

New events CambR (Cambridge UK R user group) 2012 May 29 6:30 PM for 7:00 PM start. Pat Burns “Inferno-ish R” Abstract: While R is wonderful, it is not uniformly wonderful. We highlight a few things generally found to be confusing, and outline the forces that have driven such imperfections. Markus Gesmann “Interactive charts with … Continue reading...

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Dynamic Content with RStudio, Markdown, and Marked.

May 15, 2012
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Dynamic Content with RStudio, Markdown, and Marked.

As Markus Gesmann recently pointed out, the new version of RStudio (0.96) has some really nice features for creating dynamic reports with Yihui Xie’s knitr. You can integrate not just R and LaTeX, but also R and Markdown (as well as some other fo...

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Interactive reports in R with knitr and RStudio

May 15, 2012
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Interactive reports in R with knitr and RStudio

Last Saturday I met the guys from RStudio at the R in Finance conference in Chicago. I was curious to find out what RStudio could offer. In the past I have used mostly Emacs + ESS for editing R files. Well, and what a surprise it was. JJ, Joe and Josh ...

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Quickly Explore the Penn World Tables in R

April 17, 2012
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Quickly Explore the Penn World Tables in R

The Penn World Tables are one of the greatest source of worldwide macroeconomic data, but dealing with its web interface is somewhat cumbersome. Fortunately, the data is also available as a R package on CRAN. Having some tools at hand … Continue reading →

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Visualizing left-right government positions

March 19, 2012
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Visualizing left-right government positions

How does the political landscape of Europe change over time? One way to approach this question is to map the socio-economic left-right positions of the governments in power. So let’s plot the changing ideological  positions of the governments using data … Continue reading →

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Change in life expectancy animated with geo charts

March 12, 2012
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Change in life expectancy animated with geo charts

The data of the World Bank is absolutely amazing. I had said this before, but their updated iPhone App gives me a reason to return to this topic. Version 3 of the DataFinder App allows you to visualise the data on your phone, including motion maps, see...

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Reshaping the IT world

February 16, 2012
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Reshaping the IT world

During my university time I worked on the IT help desk for a while. One day I received a call from a professor, who said that his printer had stopped working. So I asked him, if there was a message on the display and if he could read it to me. "Oh yes"...

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Credit rating by country

January 17, 2012
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Credit rating by country

The financial crisis has put a lot of pressure on countries' long-term foreign currency credit ratings, with France recently being downgraded by S&P. Wikipedia provides a list of countries by credit ratings as report by US rating agencies S&P, Fitch, ...

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