wrapr 1.9.6 is now up on CRAN

January 26, 2020
By
wrapr 1.9.6 is now up on CRAN

wrapr 1.9.6 is now up on CRAN. We unfortunately usually forget to say this. A big thank you to the staff and volunteers at CRAN. As part of this release Nina Zumel has streamlined the unpack vignette, picking and recommending specific notations for the unpack method. We are looking forward to using the new wrapr … Continue reading wrapr...

Read more »

Software Updates: bootnet 1.3 and psychonetrics 0.5

January 26, 2020
By
Software Updates: bootnet 1.3 and psychonetrics 0.5

This post was written by Sacha Epskamp. Tomorrow our biannual network school will start again (see here for last year’s materials), which is also the time I update all...

Read more »

Webscraping with R – from messy & unstructured to blisfully tidy

January 25, 2020
By
Webscraping with R – from messy & unstructured to blisfully tidy

I stopped caring about the estimates that occasionally raid the internet about how much time data scientists spend on data wrangling VS modelling. The answer is: probably a lot...

Read more »

How to create a timeline of your CV in R

January 25, 2020
By
How to create a timeline of your CV in R

Introduction Minimal reproducible example How to personalize it Introduction In this article, I show how to create a timeline of your CV in R. A CV timeline illustrates key information about your education,...

Read more »

What `R` you? (R list in python)

January 25, 2020
By

Previously, we uncovered what are R vectors in python. In this post, we will convert R lists in python. A R list is a python … Like R vectors, it depends....

Read more »

Posts

January 25, 2020
By

. (You can report issue about the content on this page here) Want to share your content on...

Read more »

R Shiny Application Split Into Multiple Files

January 25, 2020
By
R Shiny Application Split Into Multiple Files

Create an R Shiny Application using multiple files framework to use R Shiny with large applications

Read more »

Top 10 Most Valuable Data Science Skills in 2020

Top 10 Most Valuable Data Science Skills in 2020

The first month of the new decade is almost at an end. It’s also “job-hunting” time when students start looking for internships and employees think about switching roles and...

Read more »

Analysing the effectiveness of tennis tournament seeding by @ellis2013nz

January 25, 2020
By
Analysing the effectiveness of tennis tournament seeding by @ellis2013nz

So, an exploration of how tennis tournament seeding and bracketing impacts on the end result has percolated to the top of my to-do list, inspired by the Melbourne Open...

Read more »

RcppArmadillo 0.9.800.4.0

January 24, 2020
By
RcppArmadillo 0.9.800.4.0

Armadillo is a powerful and expressive C++ template library for linear algebra aiming towards a good balance between speed and ease of use with a syntax deliberately close...

Read more »

Portfolio starter kit

January 24, 2020
By
Portfolio starter kit

Say you’ve built a little nest egg thanks to some discipline and frugality. And now you realize that you should probably invest that money so that you’ve got something...

Read more »

Scotland’s Most Popular Babynames

January 24, 2020
By

Downloading the data Shiny App I recently saw this great post on Nathan Yau’s FlowingData website which guesses a person’s name based on what the name starts with. It also needs...

Read more »

A package for analysing signed networks

January 24, 2020
By
A package for analysing signed networks

This post introduces the R package signnet, available on CRAN, which implements several methods to analyze signed networks. Signed networks include two types of relations, positive and negative ones (say friends...

Read more »

Google Trends Email Automation with Shiny

January 23, 2020
By
Google Trends Email Automation with Shiny

Google Trends is a FREE tool to gain insights about Google Search Terms your organization cares about. What if you could streamline the process of analyzing keyword search trends...

Read more »

ABS time series as tsibbles

January 23, 2020
By

library(tidyverse) library(tsibble) library(readabs) library(raustats) Australian data analysts will know how frustrating it is to work with time series data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. They are stored as multiple ugly Excel files...

Read more »

Web Scraping with rvest + Astro Throwback

Web Scraping with rvest + Astro Throwback

In my first post of the year I will provide a gentle introduction to web scraping with the tidyverse package rvest. As the package name pun suggests, web scraping...

Read more »

How to create REST APIs with R Plumber

January 23, 2020
By
How to create REST APIs with R Plumber

In this blog post, Stephan explains how to translate a simple R script, which transforms tables from wide to long format into a REST API with the R package...

Read more »

Generate synthetic data using R

January 22, 2020
By
Generate synthetic data using R

If you are building data science applications and need some data to demonstrate the prototype to a potential client, you will most likely need synthetic data. In this article,...

Read more »

Using R to solve old solitaire

January 22, 2020
By
Using R to solve old solitaire

There is an old solitaire I started to play when I was in high school, when classes became too boring. I don’t know if it has a name or...

Read more »

How to calculate landscape metrics for local landscapes?

How to calculate landscape metrics for local landscapes?

In the last few weeks, I was asked a similar question several times - how to calculate landscape metrics for local landscapes? In other words, how to divide the categorical...

Read more »

RStudio Projects and Working Directories: A Beginner’s Guide

January 22, 2020
By
RStudio Projects and Working Directories: A Beginner’s Guide

Introduction 📂📂📂 This post provides a basic introduction on how to use RStudio Projects and structure your working directories - which is well worth a read if you are still...

Read more »

easystats: one year already. What’s next?

January 22, 2020
By
easystats: one year already. What’s next?

Happy birthday easystats! About a year ago, I (Dom) sadly realised that the R package I was maintaining (psycho) was drifting more and more away from its original scope, getting...

Read more »

Why we wrote wrapr to/unpack

January 22, 2020
By

One reason we are developing the wrapr to/unpack methods is the following: we wanted to spruce up the R vtreat interface a bit. We had recently back-ported a Python...

Read more »

rstudio::conf 2020 –> conference preview

January 22, 2020
By
rstudio::conf 2020 –> conference preview

Two weeks ago I flew from New York to Warsaw, Poland to begin a new role at Appsilon Data Science. On Saturday, I’ll be flying right back in the...

Read more »

Schön‘ juten Tach & Moin Moin: R trainings in Berlin & Hamburg

January 22, 2020
By
Schön‘ juten Tach & Moin Moin: R trainings in Berlin & Hamburg

R is one of the leading programming languages for data analysis and data visualization. Unlock the potential of data science in our popular R trainings and learn how to...

Read more »

Descriptive statistics in R

January 21, 2020
By
Descriptive statistics in R

Introduction Data Minimum and maximum Range Mean Median First and third quartile Other quantiles Interquartile range Standard deviation and variance Summary Coefficient of variation Mode Contingency table Barplot Histogram Boxplot Scatterplot QQ-plot For a single variable By groups Density plot Introduction This article explains how to compute the main descriptive statistics in...

Read more »

Serverless Machine Learning with R on Cloud Run

January 21, 2020
By
Serverless Machine Learning with R on Cloud Run

One of the main challenges that every data scientist face is model deployment. Unless you are one of the lucky few who has loads of data engineers to help...

Read more »

RStudio Connect 1.8.0

January 21, 2020
By
RStudio Connect 1.8.0

RStudio Connect helps data science teams quickly make an impact by enabling them to publicize reports, models, dashboards, and applications created in R and Python with business stakeholders. The 1.8.0 release...

Read more »

Objects that feel mutable in R

January 21, 2020
By

In R, most often, to change an object, you need to re-assign its new value to it. But sometimes, things feel different because objects are mutable or it seems...

Read more »

Search R-bloggers

Sponsors