Monthly Archives: May 2017

Track Concordance Charts

May 1, 2017
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Track Concordance Charts

Since getting started with generating templated R reports a few weeks ago, I’ve started spending the odd few minutes every race weekend around looking at ways of automating the generation of F1 qualifying and race reports. Im yesterday’s race, some of the commentary focussed on whether MAS had given BOT an “assist” in blocking VET,

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How to create your first vector in R

May 1, 2017
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How to create your first vector in R

Are you an expert R programmer? If so, this is *not* for you. This is a short tutorial for R novices, explaining vectors, a basic R data structure. Here’s an example: 10 150 30 45 20.3 And here’s another one: -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 still another one: "Darth Vader" "Luke Related exercise sets:Data Structures...

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An Interactive Geospatial Data Digestion Framework Implemented in R with Shiny — A US County Example

May 1, 2017
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An Interactive Geospatial Data Digestion Framework Implemented in R with Shiny — A US County Example

Where are the best places to live? How do you answer this question? If you turn to google, there are many "top 10" lists, generated by The post An Interactive Geospatial Data Digestion Framework Implemented in R with Shiny -- A US County Example appeared first on NYC Data Science Academy Blog.

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Chat with the rOpenSci team at upcoming meetings

May 1, 2017
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You can find members of the rOpenSci team at various meetings and workshops around the world. Come say 'hi', learn about how our packages can enable your research, or about our onboarding process for contributing new packages, discuss software sustainability or tell us how we can help you do open and reproducible research. Where's rOpenSci? When Who ...

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