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September 28, 2019 | Blog on Credibly Curious

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Explore longitudinal data with brolgar

August 12, 2019 | Blog on Credibly Curious

Let’s say we’ve managed to find an interesting dataset 1 on heights for given countries since 1550 (yup!): country year height_cm continent Afghanistan 1870 168.40 Asia Afghanistan 1880 165.69 Asia Afghanistan 1930 166.80 Asia Afghanistan 1990 167.10 Asia Afghanistan 2000 161.40 Asia Albania 1880 170.10 Europe We’ve got country, year, height (in centimetres), and continent. Neat! Now, let’s look ...
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Glue magic Part I

July 6, 2019 | Blog on Credibly Curious

Lately I’ve found myself using Jim Hester’s glue package instead of paste0 or sprintf. This post marks the start of an ongoing series of little magic spells using the glue package. The back story I’ve been through a few stages of discovery for combining strings of text ... [Read more...]

Announcing ‘Just Three Things’

February 17, 2019 | Blog on Credibly Curious

A little while ago I showed Karthik Ram the percent function from scales, and he said something along the lines of: There should be a high quality screencase where someone shows a couple of rstats tricks and thats it. So this is it! I just uploaded a screencast to youtube ...
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