457 search results for "knitr"

Top 6 reasons you need to be using RStudio

February 25, 2013
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Top 6 reasons you need to be using RStudio

Rstudio provides you with tools to make your work more productive.New to R? -  check out these resources for getting staRted. RStudio is an awesome tool that can help you do your work better and faster.  In technical terms...

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R Bootcamp Materials!

February 24, 2013
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R Bootcamp Materials!

Learn about ColoRs in R!Analyze model results with custom functions.Good and Bad GraphicsTo train new employees at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, I have developed a 2-3 day series of training modules on how to get work done in R. These...

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Workflow w/ reports package

February 24, 2013
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Workflow w/ reports package

NOTE: THIS IS NOW A PACKAGE SEE THIS LINK FOR DETAILS Let me start with a video for people who just want to see what I’m demo-ing first: I’ve been interested in speeding up workflow lately and spending a lot … Continue reading →

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Model Selection and Multi-Model Inference

February 20, 2013
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Model Selection and Multi-Model Inference

At D-RUG this week Rosemary Hartman presented a really useful case study in model selection, based on her work on frog habitat. Here is her code run through ‘knitr’. Original code and data are posted here. (yes, I am just doing this for the flying monkey) Editor’s note: we’re giving away flying monkey dolls from our...

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FillIn: a function for filling in missing data in one data frame with info from another

February 15, 2013
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Sometimes I want to use R to fill in values that are missing in one data frame with values from another. For example, I have data from the World Bank on government deficits. However, there are some country-years with missing data. I gathered data from ...

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Getting a simple tree via NCBI

February 14, 2013
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Getting a simple tree via NCBI

I was just at the Phylotastic hackathon in Tucson, AZ at the iPlant facilities at the UofA. A problem that needs to be solved is getting the incrasingly vast phylogenetic information to folks not comfortable building their own phylogenies. Phylomatic has made this super easy for people that want plant phylogenies (at least 250 or so papers...

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Getting a simple tree via NCBI

February 14, 2013
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Getting a simple tree via NCBI

I was just at the Phylotastic hackathon in Tucson, AZ at the iPlant facilities at the UofA. A problem that needs to be solved is getting the incrasingly vast phylogenetic information to folks not comfortable building their own phylogenies. Phylomatic has made this super easy for people that want plant phylogenies (at least 250 or so papers...

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Sharing my work for “Advanced Methods III”

February 13, 2013
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Sharing my work for “Advanced Methods III”

This semester I’m taking the live version of the Data Analysis class by Jeff Leek. His more popular version of the course is available through Coursera.  One of the things that Jeff promotes is reproducibility and sharing code. I share that tendency and thus created a Git repository for my homework and code for the class: lcollado753. I’m...

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R package building automation

February 11, 2013
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Title: R package building automationInspired by the post at http://giventhedata.blogspot.tw/2013/02/my-r-package-development-cheat-sheet.html. I have decided to publish my cheat script for package development as well. Building package used to be a nightmare, filling in all those Rdfiles manually can cause some serious brain...

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Slideshows in R

February 7, 2013
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A while ago I was asked to give a presentation at my job about using R to create statistical graphics. I had also just read some reviews of the Slidify package in R and I thought it would be extremely appropriate to create my presentation about visuali...

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