Monthly Archives: January 2017

On occasion of the 10,000th R package: The eoda Top 10

January 28, 2017
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On occasion of the 10,000th R package: The eoda Top 10

R just passed another milestone: 10,000 packages on CRAN. From A3 to zyp, from ABC analysis to zero-inflated models – 10,000 R packages mean great variety and methods for almost every use case. On occasion of this event we collected the top 10 R packages in collaboration with the ones who should know best: our …

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Hello R world post

January 28, 2017
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Hello R world post

Welcome to my blog!

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Exploring World Gender Statistics with Shiny

January 28, 2017
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Exploring World Gender Statistics with Shiny

This week I explored the World Gender Statistics dataset. You can look at 160 measurements over 56 years with my Shiny app here. I prepared the data as follows: Data.csv Country.Name: the name of the country Country.Code: the country’s co...

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The Rt of naming your blog

January 28, 2017
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The Rt of naming your blog

In this post, I’m sharing a brand-new analysis! The reason for this is my blog being added to R-bloggers by Tal Galili after I filled this form. R-bloggers is a collection of blogs about R, whose new posts get added to the website via the magic of RS...

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Inauguration speeches

January 27, 2017
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Inauguration speeches

Acquiring inauguration speeches Though not about Greenville especially, it might be interesting to quantitatively analyze inauguration speeches. This analysis will be done using two paradigms: the tm package and the tidytext package. We will read the speeches in such a way that we use the tidytext package; later on we will use some tools from that package to make analyses...

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The “Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research” are easy to reach for R users

The “Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research” are easy to reach for R users

“Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research” is a freely available paper on PLOS computational biology. As I’m currently very interested on the subject of reproducible data analysis, I will these ten rules and the possible implem...

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CRAN now has 10,000 R packages. Here’s how to find the ones you need.

January 27, 2017
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CRAN now has 10,000 R packages. Here’s how to find the ones you need.

CRAN, the global repository of open-source packages that extend the capabiltiies of R, reached a milestone today. There are now more than 10,000 R packages available for download*. (Incidentally, that count doesn't even include all the R packages out there. There are also another 1294 packages for genomic analysis in the BioConductor repository, hundreds of R packages published only...

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January ’17 Tips and Tricks

January 27, 2017
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by Sean Lopp This month’s collection of Tips and Tricks comes from an excellent talk given at the 2017 RStudio::Conf in Orlando by RStudio Software Engineer Kevin Ushey. The slides from his talk are embedded below and cover features from autocompletion to R Markdown shortcuts. Use the left and right arrow keys to change slides.

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Visualization of MRI data in R

January 27, 2017
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Visualization of MRI data in R

Lately I was getting a little bored with genomic data (and then TCGA2STAT started to give me a segfault on my university’s high performance computing facility too :stuck_out_tongue:). So I decided to analyze some brain imaging data that I had lying a...

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Visualization of MRI data in R

January 27, 2017
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Visualization of MRI data in R

Lately I was getting a little bored with genomic data (and then TCGA2STAT started to give me a segfault on my university’s high performance computing facility too :stuck_out_tongue:). So I decided to analyze some brain imaging data that I had lying a...

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