In case you missed it: December 2017 roundup

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In case you missed them, here are some articles from December of particular interest to R users.

Hadley Wickham's Shiny app for making eggnog.

Using R to analyze the vocal range of pop singers.

A video tour of the data.table package from its creator, Matt Dowle.

The European R Users Meeting (eRum) will be held in Budapest, May 14-18.

Winners of the ASA Police Data Challenge student visualization contest.

An introduction to seplyr, a re-skinning of the dplyr package to a standard R evaluation interface.

How to run R in the Windows Subsystem for Linux, along with the rest of the Linux ecosystem.

A chart of Bechdel scores, showing representation of women in movies over time.

The British Ecological Society's Guide to Reproducible Science advocates the use of R and Rmarkdown.

Eight modules from the Microsoft AI School cover Microsoft R and SQL Server ML Services.

And some general interest stories (not necessarily related to R):

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