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There’s a party at Alexa’s place

February 6, 2016
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There’s a party at Alexa’s place

This post was originally posted on There's a party at Alexa's place.This is my first blog of the year…so I want it to be something really nice and huge -:) You know how much I love the R Programming Language…but I also love other technologies as well…so taking a bunch of them and hooking them up together is...

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R – My journey so far

September 24, 2015
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R – My journey so far

The first time I heard about R, was about 4 years ago...a couple of week after I joined SAP. At that time I read in one of our internal documents that SAP HANA was going to be able to interact with the R programming Language.At first, I was totally clu...

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Nest Thermostat and R – Creating a Shiny dashboard

September 9, 2015
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Nest Thermostat and R – Creating a Shiny dashboard

This post was originally posted on Nest Thermostat and R - Creating a Shiny dashboard.If you are an SAP Employee, please follow us on Jam.At the d-shop we're always looking forward to play with the latest technologies...a while the Nest Thermostat is n...

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Exploring SparkR

Exploring SparkR

A colleague from work, asked me to investigate about Spark and R. So the most obvious thing to was to investigate about SparkR -;)I installed Scala, Hadoop, Spark and SparkR...not sure Hadoop is needed for this...but I wanted to have the full picture -...

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LED is my new Hello World – R Time

LED is my new Hello World – R Time

Yep...as I have said many times before, the LED Number application has become my new Hello World...whenever I learn a new programming language I try to build this, because it compromises several language constructs and makes you learn more by trying to...

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Bioinformatics with R Cookbook – Book Review

Bioinformatics with R Cookbook – Book Review

I just finished reading Bioinformatics with R Cookbook...so here's my review -:)I was excited to read this book, because it's been a while since I read any R book...but...I gotta admit...this is not my kind of book...as I discovered that obviously...

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Julia versus R – Playing around

Julia versus R – Playing around

So...as time goes by, I'm getting more proficient with Julia...which is something fairly easy as the learning curve is pretty fast...I decided to load a file with 590,209 records that I got from Freebase...the file in question contains Actors and Actre...

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Social Media Mining with R – Book review

Social Media Mining with R – Book review

I was really excited when my friend from Packt Publishing send me this book...as I haven't read any R book in a while...but don't get me wrong...the book is not bad...it's just that I expected a little bit more...let me explain a little bit...This book...

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Machine Learning with R – Book Review

Machine Learning with R – Book Review

I have to admit it...I'm an R junkie...since the first time I started learning R...it has become an addiction to me...I try to solve every problem with R...which is obviously not the best way to go...but my rule of thumb is..."Try with R first...otherw...

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Twitter Battle

December 2, 2013
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Twitter Battle

I love to have fun with R and Twitter...there are a lot of cool things that you can do with it...so I just thought of having a small Twitter Battle application...something that will grab the number of followers and lists from two users...apply some cra...

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