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The R-Podcast Episode 14: Tips and Tricks for using R-Markdown

November 18, 2015
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The R-Podcast is back up and running! In this episode I discuss some useful resources and helpful tips/extensions that have greatly enhanced my work flow in creating reproducible analysis documents via R-Markdown. I also highlight some exciting new endeavors in the R community as well as provide my take on two key events that further

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The R-Podcast Episode 14: Tips and Tricks for using R-Markdown

November 18, 2015
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The R-Podcast is back up and running! In this episode I discuss some useful resources and helpful tips/extensions that have greatly enhanced my work flow in creating reproducible analysis documents via R-Markdown. I also highlight some exciting new endeavors in the R community as well as provide my take on two key events that further illustrate the rapidly growing use of R across...

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Creating nice tables using R Markdown

November 17, 2015
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Creating nice tables using R Markdown

One of the neat tools available via a variety of packages in R is the creation of beautiful tables using data frames stored in R. In what follows, I’ll discuss these different options using data on departing flights from Seattle … Continue reading →

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Interactive Data Science with R in Apache Zeppelin Notebook

November 16, 2015
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Interactive Data Science with R in Apache Zeppelin Notebook

Introduction The objective of this blog post is to help you get started with Apache Zeppelin notebook for your R data science requirements. Zeppelin is a web-based notebook that enables interactive data analytics. You can make beautiful data-driven, interactive and collaborative documents with Scala(with Apache Spark), Python(with Apache Spark), SparkSQL, Hive, Markdown, Shell and more.…

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Everything you need to make R Commander locally (packages, dependencies, zip files)

October 22, 2015
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Everything you need to make R Commander locally (packages, dependencies, zip files)

I’ve been installing R Commander on laptops for our students to use in tutorials. It’s tedious to put each one online with my login, download it all, then disable the internet (so they don’t send lewd e-mails to the vice-chancellor … Continue reading →

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Everything you need to make R Commander locally (packages, dependencies, zip files)

October 22, 2015
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Everything you need to make R Commander locally (packages, dependencies, zip files)

I’ve been installing R Commander on laptops for our students to use in tutorials. It’s tedious to put each one online with my login, download it all, then disable the internet (so they don’t send lewd e-mails to the vice-chancellor … Continue reading →

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Understanding credible intervals (using baseball statistics)

October 20, 2015
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Understanding credible intervals (using baseball statistics)

Previously in this series Understanding the beta distribution (using baseball statistics) Understanding empirical Bayes estimation (using baseball statistics) In my last post, I explained the method of empirical Bayes estimation, a way to calculate useful proportions out of many pairs of success/total counts (e.g. 0/1, 3/10, 235/1000). I used the example of estimating baseball batting averages based...

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New features in genomation package

October 15, 2015
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New features in genomation package

Extending genomation to work with paired-end BAM filesExtending genomation to work with paired-end BAM filesAccelerate functions responsible for reading genomic filesParallelizing data processing in ScoreMatrixListArithmetic, indicator and logic operations as well as subsetting work on ScoreMatrix objectsImprovements and new arguments in visualization functionsFaster...

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Making Youden Plots in R

Making Youden Plots in R

Background I was honoured by a site visit by Drs. Yeo-Min Yun and Junghan Song of the Korean Society for Clinical Chemistry a few weeks ago. As both professors are on the organizing committee of the Cherry Blossom Symposium for Lab Automation in Seoul in Spring 2016, their primary motivation for visiting was to discuss … Continue reading...

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In case you missed it: September 2015 roundup

October 9, 2015
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from September of particular interest to R users. A tutorial on using R with Jupyter Notebooks and how to control the size of R graphics therein. A new version of Revolution R Open is available, featuring multi-threaded computing for R 3.2.2. One benefit of fitting statistical models to large data...

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