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Tired of doing real math 1 — some visualizations of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tweets

October 24, 2016
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Tired of doing real math 1 — some visualizations of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tweets

As a grad student working primarily on statistical methodology, I regularly experience phases of total disillusionment with math/stats. Recently I realized that when I don’t feel like doing “real” math for prolonged periods of time, I instead ...

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dplyr basics

July 18, 2016
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dplyr basics

This blog post demonstrates the usage of the R package dplyr. It turns out that dplyr is intuitive to the point where I probably won’t ever need to look back at this summary. A nice and very concise dplyr and tidyr cheat sheet is available from RSt...

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My first R package on CRAN

May 11, 2016
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A couple of weeks ago I have released my first R package on CRAN. For me it turned out to be a far less painful process than many people on the internet portray it to be (even though the package uses quite a lot of C++ code via Rcpp and RcppEigen, and ...

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