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Update to plot.qcc using ggplot2 and grid

January 15, 2016
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Update to plot.qcc using ggplot2 and grid

plot.qcc updated for compatibility with ggplot2 v2.0. Use grid with qcc!

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In case you missed it: December 2015 roundup

January 15, 2016
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from December of particular interest to R users. A look back at accomplishments of the R Project and community in 2015. Segmented regression with the "segmented" package, applied to long-distance running records. Creating multi-tab reports in R with knitr and jQuery UI. New version 2.0 update to ggplot2 adds extensibility...

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Case Study: DataCamp, dplyr, and blended learning

January 14, 2016
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Case Study: DataCamp, dplyr, and blended learning

Editorial Note: This is a guest blog post by Professor Matthew J. Salganik (Princeton University) in which he describes his experiences using the DataCamp interactive learning platform for blended learning. The article was first published on Wheels on the Bus. Want to use DataCamp in your class as well? Contact us via [email protected], dplyr, and blended learningAs I’ve written...

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Now you can start every R tutorial for free @DataCamp

January 14, 2016
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Now you can start every R tutorial for free @DataCamp

Want to learn more on topics such as R programming, dplyr, data.table, ggvis, and R Markdown? You can now start every DataCamp Data Science course & R tutorial for free, and discover how much fun it is to learn R in the comfort of your own browser. Try some of our own...

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A new interactive interface for learning R online, for free

January 14, 2016
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Using the open-source swirl project and RStudio server, DataCamp has created an exciting new online learning interface. Discover a fun collection of free interactive R tutorials covering basic R functions, the apply-family, base graphics, data structures and much more. www.datacamp.com/swirl-r-tutorialTogether with the team behind swirl, we want to make it fun and easy...

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DataCamp Student & Academic Plan ($9/month)

January 14, 2016
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To promote the usage of R within data analysis, DataCamp just launched a special plan for students and academics. Every student, and every individual active in academics, can now access the DataCamp R Training path for just $9/month (normally $25/month). So for just $9 you can start learning all about data manipulation, r programming, data visualization, big data,...

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Launching our R Training Path

January 14, 2016
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Become a proficient R user in no time via DataCamp's newly launched guided R Training Path!We're very excited to announce that we have just launched the R Training Path! This guided training path will take you from getting to know R, the leading open-source programming language in statistics and data...

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Complete dplyr tutorial for data analytics and data manipulation in R

January 14, 2016
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DataCamp just launched its latest interactive course: dplyr. This new course was developed in close collaboration with Garrett Grolemund, RStudio’s master instructor. By taking this dplyr tutorial, you will be challenged one step at a time to master the essentials about transforming data sets fast and intuitively with the dplyr package. Start the course here.The...

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Presenting Highcharter

January 13, 2016
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Presenting Highcharter

After a lot of documentation, a lot of R CMD checks and a lot of patience from CRAN people I'm happy to anonounce highcharter v0.1.0: A(nother) wrapper for Highcharts charting library. Now it's easy make a chart like this. Do you want to know how? I like Highcharts. It was the first charting javascript library what I used...

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Cobble XPath Interactively with the xmlview Package

January 13, 2016
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Cobble XPath Interactively with the xmlview Package

(If you don’t know what XML is, you should probably read a primer before reading this post,) When working with data, one inevitably comes across things encoded in XML. I’m in the “anti-XML” camp, but deal with my fair share of XML in “cyber” and help out enough people who have to work with XML

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