451 search results for "knitr"

Resolving species names when you have a lot of them

January 25, 2013
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taxize use case: Resolving species names when you have a lot of them Species names can be a pain in the ass, especially if you are an ecologist. We ecologists aren't trained in taxonomy, yet we often end up with huge species lists. Of course we want to correct any spelling errors in the names, and get the newest...

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Resolving species names when you have a lot of them

January 25, 2013
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taxize use case: Resolving species names when you have a lot of them Species names can be a pain in the ass, especially if you are an ecologist. We ecologists aren't trained in taxonomy, yet we often end up with huge species lists. Of course we want to correct any spelling errors in the names, and get the newest...

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A beginner’s guide to sharing and collaboration with R

January 22, 2013
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In today's social world, it's important to be able to collaborate with others online when working with data, and to be able to easily share your outputs online. Fortunately, the R language and the broad R community provides a number of facilities for collaboration and sharing, which are summarized in Noam Ross's guide to tools for collaboration with R....

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Randomly deleting duplicate rows from a dataframe

January 22, 2013
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Randomly deleting duplicate rows from a dataframe

I use R a lot in my day to day workflow, particularly for manipulating raw data files into a format that can be used for analysis. This is often a brain-taxing exercise and, sometimes, it would be totally quicker to … Continue reading →

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Randomly deleting duplicate rows from a dataframe

January 22, 2013
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Randomly deleting duplicate rows from a dataframe

I use R a lot in my day to day workflow, particularly for manipulating raw data files into a format that can be used for analysis. This is often a brain-taxing exercise and, sometimes, it would be totally quicker to … Continue reading →

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Annoucing the Rcpp Gallery

January 8, 2013
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Earlier this morning, JJ announced what we had been working on for the last few weeks: the Rcpp Gallery. Now, as our luck will have it, the Rcpp-devel list received his message but did not transmit it for an apparent mail system outage at WU Vienna:...

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Open Science Challenge

January 8, 2013
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Open Science Challenge

Open Science Science is becoming more open in many areas: publishing, data sharing, lab notebooks, and software. There are many benefits to open science. For example, sharing research data alongside your publications leads to increased citation ra...

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Open Science Challenge

January 8, 2013
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Open Science Challenge

Open Science Science is becoming more open in many areas: publishing, data sharing, lab notebooks, and software. There are many benefits to open science. For example, sharing research data alongside your publications leads to increased citation ra...

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Don’t R alone! A guide to tools for collaboration with R

January 7, 2013
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Don’t R alone! A guide to tools for collaboration with R

This a brief guide to using R in collaborative, social ways. R is a powerful open-source programming language for data analysis, statistics, and visualization, but much of its power derives from a large, engaged community of users. This is an introduction to tools for engaging the community to improve your R code and collaborate with others. (Am I...

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source_GitHubData: a simple function for downloading data from GitHub into R

January 6, 2013
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Update 31 January: I've folded source_GitHubData into the repmis packaged. See this post. Update 7 January 2012: I updated the internal workings of source_GitHubData so that it now relies on httr rather than RCurl. Also it is more directly descended ...

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