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Introducing Shiny: Easy web applications in R

November 8, 2012
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Introducing Shiny: Easy web applications in R

Say hello to Shiny, a new R package that we’re releasing for public beta testing today. Shiny makes it super simple for R users to turn analyses into interactive web applications that anyone can use. These applications let you specify input parameters using friendly controls like sliders, drop-downs, and text fields; and they can easily

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R, Julia and the shiny new thing

April 12, 2012
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R, Julia and the shiny new thing

My head exploded a while ago. Perhaps not my head but my brain was all mushy after working every day of March and first week of April; an explanation—as good as any—for the post hiatus. Back to the post title. … Continue reading →

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Meet us at R Day and at the Strata+Hadoop World NYC Oct 15-17, 2014

September 30, 2014
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Meet us at R Day and at the Strata+Hadoop World NYC Oct 15-17, 2014

Are you headed to Strata? It’s just around the corner! We particularly hope to see you at R Day on October 15, where we will cover a raft of current topics that analysts and R users need to pay attention to. The R Day tutorials come from Hadley Wickham, Winston Chang, Garrett Grolemund, J.J. Allaire, and

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Gender Analysis of Facebook Post Likes

September 27, 2014
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Gender Analysis of Facebook Post Likes

A lot of people showed a huge interest in analyzing Facebook data with R. So I decided to write some more tutorials about the possibilities you have with Rfacebook package created by Pablo Barbera.... The post Gender Analysis of Facebook Post Likes appeared first on ThinkToStart.

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How to publish R and ggplot2 to the web

September 23, 2014
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How to publish R and ggplot2 to the web

by Matt Sundquist, Plotly Co-founder It's delightfully smooth to publish R code, plots, and presentations to the web. For example: Shiny makes interactive apps from R. Pretty R highlights R code for HTML. Slidify makes slides from R Markdown. Knitr and RPubs let you publish R Markdown docs. GitHub and devtools let you quickly release packages and collaborate. Now,...

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Around the world in 80k miles

September 22, 2014
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Around the world in 80k miles

You're probably familiar with the classic Travelling Salesman problem: given (say) 20 cities, what is shortest route you can take that passes through all 20 cities and returns to the starting point? It's a difficult problem to solve, because you need to try all possible routes to find the minimum, and there are a LOT of possibilities. For a...

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“Do You Want to Steal a Snowman?” – A Look (with R) At TorrentFreak’s Top 10 PiRated Movies List #TLAPD

September 18, 2014
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“Do You Want to Steal a Snowman?” – A Look (with R) At TorrentFreak’s Top 10 PiRated Movies List #TLAPD

We leave the Jolly Roger behind this year and turn our piRate spyglass towards the digital seas and take a look at piRated movies as seen through the lens of TorrentFreak. The seasoned seadogs who pilot that ship have been doing a weekly “Top 10 Pirated Movies of the Week” post since early 2013, and...

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Interactive Visualizations from R using rCharts

September 18, 2014
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At useR! 2014 Ramnath Vaidyanathan gave a tutorial and a presentation on one of his...

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More presentations from useR! 2014

September 10, 2014
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DataScience.LA has posted a great recap of the latest LA R meetup, which in turn was a recap of presentations from the useR! 2014 conference. Follow that link to review slides from the event, whith summaries of useR! 2014 related to R and Python; Finance; dplyr; R books; SalesForce and R AnalyticFlow. DataScience.LA has also posted more videos from...

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Heather Turner, the useR! 2014 Interview

September 9, 2014
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Heather Turner is a biostatistician and Senior Research Fellow at the University of Warwick, as...

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