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Crime Against Women in India – Addressing 8 Questions Using rCharts, googleVis, and shiny

October 5, 2013
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Recent crimes against women, specifically the 2012 gang rape in New Delhi of a 23 year old lady, have pushed this issue as a substantially significant one for Indians to deal with. In this post, I try to address 8 different questions regarding crime against women in India. (1). How have numbers in different types of crimes and percentage of different...

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Questions on my online forecasting course

October 3, 2013
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I’ve been getting emails asking questions about my upcoming course on Forecasting using R. Here are some answers. Do I need to use the Revolution Enterprise version of R, or can I use open-source R? Open source R is fine. Revolution Analytics is organizing the course, but there is no requirement to use their software. I will be using...

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Remotely use R packages on Github through OpenCPU

October 1, 2013
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Remotely use R packages on Github through OpenCPU

Any R package on Github can be used remotely on OpenCPU through the /ocpu/github/ API. Users on the internet can browse code, objects, help pages, or call functions in the package without having to learn R or install it on their local machine. Thereby you can make your method, algorithm, plot...

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Remotely use R packages on Github through OpenCPU

October 1, 2013
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Remotely use R packages on Github through OpenCPU

Any R package on Github can be used remotely on OpenCPU through the /ocpu/github/ API. Users on the internet can browse code, objects, help pages, or call functions in the package without having to learn R or install it on their local machine. Thereby you can make your method, algorithm, plot...

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Testing R Packages

September 29, 2013
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This guy th3james claimed Testing Code Is Simple, and I agree. In the R world, this is not anything new. As far as I can see, there are three schools of R users with different testing techniques: tests are put under package/tests/, and a foo-test.Rout.save from R CMD BATCH foo-test.R; testing is done by comparing foo-test.Rout from R CMD check with your foo-test.Rout.save; R...

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Google Summer of Code experiences

September 27, 2013
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Google Summer of Code experiences

In the followings you could hopefully read an enjoyable summary about my summer. Instead of going out regularly, like in the years before, I spent the majority of my time on R package-development. Before that change obviously there were some previous signs which showed me, life is not what it was before. I don't want to land on a...

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NFL week 3 update

September 25, 2013
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NFL week 3 update

With another NFL week down we are starting to see separation from the contenders and the “better luck next year” teams.  Any paid TV mouthpiece worth their salt will tell you it is a quarterback driven league.  Driven indeed.  In the last post, I dabbled in the simple code of a correlation heat map.  Now, I realize I may...

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“Interactive Graphics with R” Course – Kassel, Germany, October 24

September 19, 2013
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Interactive graphics are a flexible and efficient way to analyze data and to present analysis results. Interactive graphic applications offer queries, selections, highlighting or the modification of graphic parameters. In the environment of R, there are various concepts that make the creation of interactive graphics and applications possible directly out of R (IPlots, googlevis, shiny

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SABR calibration on Shiny

September 16, 2013
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As you already know(if you often use R!!), Shiny allows us to create web applications in R easily. It doesn't require the knowledge of HTML, CSS, javascript, I mean, we don't need to write HTML, CSS and javascript directly to create web application.The...

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Send Mac OS Notifications From R

September 12, 2013
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Send Mac OS Notifications From R

The data retrieval and computation operations are taking longer and longer as we start cranking through more security data and I’ll often let tasks run in the background whilst performing more mundane tasks or wasting time on Twitter. For folks using RStudio Desktop on a Mac, you can use the #spiffy terminal-notifier from Julien Blanchard

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