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cdcfluview – On The Way to “CRAN 7K”

August 9, 2015
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I like to turn coincidence into convergence whenever possible. This weekend, a user of cdcfluview had a question that caused me to notice a difference in behaviour between the package was interacting with CDC FluView API, so I updated the package to accommodate the change and the user. Around the same time, @recology_ tweeted: we're

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R packages for undergraduate stat ed

August 9, 2015
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The other day on the isostat mailing list Doug Andrews asked the following question: Which R packages do you consider the most helpful and essential for undergrad stat ed? I ask in great part because it would help my local … Continue reading →

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A Decade of Premier League Football

August 7, 2015
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A Decade of Premier League Football

The English Premier League is BACK!Before we get over-excited, let's have a look at the past. Here is a shiny app to visualise some stats from last ten seasons. It is my first attempt at developing data-driven sports stories with R, Shiny and Shiny Das...

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Adding a CRAN Search Engine to Chrome

August 7, 2015
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Riffing off of the previous post, here’s a way to quickly search CRAN (the @RStudio flavor) from the Chrome search bar. Paste chrome://settings/searchEngines into your location bar and hit return/enter Scroll down until the input boxes show, enabling you to add a search engine For “Add a new search engine” put “CRAN“ For “Keyword” put

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Peeling of group layers.

August 6, 2015
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Peeling of group layers.

As an experienced dplyr user since almost day one, I thought I knew every aspect of it. But when my new colleague, who is learning dplyr from scratch, asked me to explain the peeling of group layers with summarise, I was like, what? Turns out this actually is a thing. Let me show the example from the dplyr introduction: library(dplyr) library(nycflights13) daily...

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Compiling RMarkdown from a Helper R Script

August 6, 2015
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The problemI was looking for a way to compile an RMarkdown document and have the filename of the resulting PDF or HTML document contain the name of the input data that it processed. That is, if I compiled the analysis.Rmd file, where in that file it did some analysis and reporting on data001.txt, I’d want the resulting filename to...

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Speeding Up Your Quest(s) For “R Stuff”

August 5, 2015
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Speeding Up Your Quest(s) For “R Stuff”

I use Google quite a bit when conjuring up R projects, whether it be in a lazy pursuit of a PDF vignette or to find a package or function to fit a niche need. Inevitably, I’ll do something like this (yeah, I’m still on a mapping kick) and the first (and best) results will come

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New package "dplyrr" – Utilities for comfortable use of dplyr with databases

August 4, 2015
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1. Overview dplyr is the most powerful package for data handling in R, and it has also the ability of working with databases(See Vignette). But the functionalities of dealing with databases in dplyr is developing yet. Now, I'm trying to make dplyr with databases more comfortable by using some functions. For that purpose, I've created dplyrr...

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A drat repository for rOpenSci

August 4, 2015
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We're happy to announce the launch of a CRAN-style repository for rOpenSci at http://packages.ropensci.org This repository contains the latest nightly builds from the master branch of all rOpenSci packages currently on GitHub. This allows users to install development versions of our software without specialized functions such as install_github(), allows dependencies not hosted on CRAN to still be resolved automatically, and...

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Accept payments in shiny app

August 3, 2015
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Accept payments in shiny app

Have you ever think about accepting payments in your shiny app? Probably not, but now you can start ;) Shiny apps are usually single task, not very heavy websites. It may be not so easy to turn them into online shop/service provider. Anyway you can find this post interesting as it presents a paperwork-less implementation to accept payments. Some notable features...

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