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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 what really...

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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 what really...

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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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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 clueless about R...I had never heard from it before...so I...

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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 not really "new", we're in the process of getting one. For now, we are happy to be able...

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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 -:)Anyway...I came across a piece of code that reads lines from a file and count how...

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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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