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R Markdown v2

June 18, 2014
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R Markdown v2

People rarely agree on a best authoring tool or language. Some people cannot live without \LaTeX{} because of the beauty and quality of its PDF output. Some \feel{} \uncomfortable{} \with{} \backslashes{}, and would rather live in another World Word. We have also witnessed the popularity of Markdown, an incredibly simple language (seriously? a LANGUAGE?) that has made reproducible research much easier.

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New Version of RStudio: R Markdown v2 and More

June 18, 2014
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New Version of RStudio: R Markdown v2 and More

Today we’re very pleased to announce a new version of RStudio (v0.98.932) which is available for download now. New features in this release include: A next generation implementation of R Markdown with a raft of new features including support for HTML, PDF, and Word output, many new options for customizing document appearance, and the ability to create presentations

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Studying Ted Talks, Anscombe’s Quartet, and Modern Languages Enrollment

June 17, 2014
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While the feed from a newer github/jekyll blogging platform (patilv.github.io) is registered with blog aggregators, here are snippets of three posts that were recently published at the new site. Please click on the titles to visit the corresponding page. 1. Frequent Speakers at Ted and Word Cloud of Talk Titles A recent article in openculture.com by Dan Colman mentioned...

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useR!2014 Rcpp11 tutorial

June 17, 2014
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We are getting close to useR!2014. I hope I'll see some of you at my tutorial about Rcpp11 in the morning. There are some other pretty useful tutorials as well, so no hard feeling if you don't come, but if you do want to know about modern R and C++, pl...

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Generate Distinct Colors

June 16, 2014
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Generate Distinct Colors

When plot with R (or some other software), it doesn’t bother you a lot for choosing colors if you have only several data series. For example, if I want to create a figure for 5 data series, I can choose red, green, dark green, blue and black. But what if I need to create a figure having 100 data...

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Making publicly available data publicly accessible: Belgium’s Hospital Minimal Data

June 13, 2014
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Making publicly available data publicly accessible: Belgium’s Hospital Minimal Data

In current times data is everywhere. The big challenge however is making it not only available, but also accessible to those who need it. An example of this is the Hospital Minimal Data (Belgium). This dataset is openly published by the Federal Public Service for Health, Food Chain Safety & Environment. From a perspective of The post

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Towards (Yet) Another R Colour Palette Generator. Step One: Quentin Tarantino.

May 27, 2014
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Towards (Yet) Another R Colour Palette Generator. Step One: Quentin Tarantino.

Why?I love colours, I love using colours even more. Unfortunately, I have to admit that I don't understand colours well enough to use them properly. It is the same frustration that I had about one year ago when I first realised that I couldn't plot anything better than the defaults in Excel and Matlab! It...

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R gui Revisited

May 27, 2014
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A couple months ago I wrote about switching my class from using SPSS to one that uses R with a gui frontend (original post). Since the semester has wrapped up, below are my thoughts on how the course went with respect to the students using R. Things ...

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A Sequence of 9 Courses on Data Science Starts on Coursera on 2 June and 7 July 2014

May 26, 2014
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A Sequence of 9 Courses on Data Science Starts on Coursera on 2 June and 7 July 2014

A sequence of 9 courses on Data Science will start on Coursera on 2 June and 7 July 2014, to be lectured by(Associate/Assistant) Professors of Johns Hopkins University. The courses are designed for students to learn to become Data Scientists … Continue reading →

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The RSelenium R Package (Free Webinar)

May 7, 2014
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The Orange County R User Group (OC-RUG) will soon host a free webinar on the new “RSelenium” R Package which provides a set of R bindings for the Selenium 2.0 webdriver using the JsonWireProtocol. Using RSelenium, you can automate web browsers locally or remotely in order to test various web apps, such as Shiny applications – for example. Webinar Format: ...

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