Accessibility in R applications: {shiny}

May 19, 2022 | The Jumping Rivers Blog

Web applications that are Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) compliant are becoming an increasingly prominent part of my role as a data scientist as the importance of ensuring that data products are available to all takes a more central focus. This is particularly true in the case of building solutions ...
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Subsetting with multiple conditions in R

May 19, 2022 | Jim

The post Subsetting with multiple conditions in R appeared first on Data Science Tutorials - Subsetting with multiple conditions in R, The filter() method in the dplyr package can be used to filter with many conditions in R. With an example, let’s look at how to apply a filter ... [Read more...]

taking advantage of the constant

May 18, 2022 | xi'an

A question from X validated had enough appeal for me to procrastinate about it for ½ an hour: what difference does it make [for simulation purposes] that a target density is properly normalised? In the continuous case, I do not see much to exploit about this knowledge, apart from the value ...
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chronicler is now available on CRAN

May 17, 2022 | Econometrics and Free Software

I am very happy to annouce that the {chronicler} package, which I’ve been working on for the past 3 months has been released on CRAN. Install it with:
install.packages("chronicler")
{chronicler} allows you to create objects that carry a log with them. Here is an example of an object that has ...
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Using Leonardo SVG Palettes in R

May 17, 2022 | hrbrmstr

In today’s newsletter Leonardo, an open source project and free online too from Adobe that lets you make great and accessible color palettes for use in UX/UI design and data visualizations! You can read the one newsletter section to get a feel for Leonardo, then go play with ...
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googleVis 0.7.0 adds Gantt charts

May 16, 2022 | R | mages' blog

Version 0.7.0 of the googleVis R package has been released, adding a new function for Gantt charts. Gantt charts are helpful to illustrates a project schedule and its dependencies. Following the Google documentation the project has to be broken down into task IDs, task names, resources, start date, end dates, task ... [Read more...]

Semantic HTML and Shiny Applications

May 16, 2022 | Ashley's Blog

A couple of weeks ago I was looking around for different CSS frameworks to play around with, and came across Semantic HTML (not to be confused with Semantic UI) and I’m hooked! There are several “classless CSS frameworks” that are...
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How to draw heatmap in r: Quick and Easy way

May 16, 2022 | Jim

The post How to draw heatmap in r: Quick and Easy way appeared first on Data Science Tutorials - How to draw heatmap in r?, A heatmap is essentially a table with colors replacing the numbers. The colors represent the measuring level. It can help you locate highs and lows, ...
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Launch of R Screencasts

May 16, 2022 | Oscar

16 May 2022 A great way to learn how to analyze data or improve the skills you have is to watch experienced people do it. It’s handy if you have experienced colleagues around you, but what if your colleagues are too busy to help coach you, you’re still trying to … ...
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