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Playing around with RStudio Package Manager

August 29, 2018
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Playing around with RStudio Package Manager

Managing packages in production is a lot of work: you have to juggle between versions, internal packages, CRAN updates, Bioconductor, GitHub sources… Let’s have a look into RStudio Package Manager, one of the tools available that helps you dealing with this. What is love RSPM (Baby don’t hurt me, no more 🎶) RStudio Package Manager (or RSPM for short)...

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Remaking ‘Luminance-gradient-dependent lightness illusion’ with R

August 16, 2018
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Remaking ‘Luminance-gradient-dependent lightness illusion’ with R

A blogpost inspired by a tweet and a YouTube video. ‘Luminance-gradient-dependent lightness illusion’ In the last days, I’ve stumbled upon this tweet: A demo of lightness perception pic.twitter.com/BSVpgcuIw1 — Akiyoshi Kitaoka (@AkiyoshiKitaoka) August 12, 2018 Which is a demonstration of how our perception of color is affected by the lightness surrounding this color. Also recently, I’ve been watching the...

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Wrangling Wikileaks DMs

August 5, 2018
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Using R to turn raw data into browsable and reusable content.

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About lazy evaluation

July 29, 2018
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About lazy evaluation

A follow-up on Thomas Lumley follow-up post on Miles McBain post about quotation. In this post, Thomas is continuing Miles exploration of the concept of quoting and evaluation in R. Thomas speaks a little bit about lazy evaluation, and I decided to continue to explore this concept. Notably I wish to start over from on this quote from the...

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A quick #WorldEmojiDay exploration

July 16, 2018
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Let’s celebrate #WorldEmojiDay with a quick exploration of my own twitter account. The 📦 We’ll need: From Github {emo} remote::install_github("hadley/emo") From CRAN {dplyr} {tidyr} {rtweet} {tidytext} Note: This page has been created at: Sys.time() ## "2018-07-17 17:22:29 CEST" The 🔍 Let’s get my last 3200 tweets: library(emo) library(rtweet) library(dplyr) ## ## Attaching package: 'dplyr' ## The following objects...

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[Web2Day] Producing web content with R

July 13, 2018
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[Web2Day] Producing web content with R

Earlier this week, my talk at the Web2Day conference was put online. Here is an english summary for those who don’t understand french :) Disclaimer: this talk has been given during a conference about web technologies. In other word,in front of a crowd that has never / hardly heard about R before. If you’re already familiar with R, Rmarkdown,...

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[ggplot2] Welcome viridis !

July 11, 2018
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[ggplot2] Welcome viridis !

Let’s welcome the viridis palette into the new version of {ggplot2}! Viri-what ? viridis is one of the favorite color palettes of one of the member of the team (guesswho). The viridis palette was first developed for the python package matplotlib, and has been implemented in R since. The strengths of this palette are that: plots are beautiful (which...

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Happy dev with {purrr}

July 6, 2018
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Happy dev with {purrr}

A transcription of my talk at the Rencontres R 2018. 7th Rencontres R From the 4th to 6th of July, I was with ThinkR at the 7th edition of the Rencontres R, the annual French meeting about R. During this conference, I gave a lightning called “Vous allez aimer avoir {purrr}”, which is a french dad-joke about the fact...

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Dockerise and deploy your own R Archive Repo

June 7, 2018
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Dockerise and deploy your own R Archive Repo

There are severals reasons you would want to deploy your own R archive repo: you don’t want to rely on GitHub for your dev packages, you want to use a more “confidential” way, or maybe (and that’s good enough a reason), you’re a nerd and you like the idea of hosting your own repo. So, here’s how to. What’s...

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[How-to] Share content between several R6 instances

May 29, 2018
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[How-to] Share content between several R6 instances

The object oriented system is a nice and powerful way to program and to build softwares and data in R. Yet, it can be a little bit daunting at first, especially if you’ve alway been coding in R, and with functions. In this blogpost, we’ll have a look at {R6}, one of the most downloaded package from the CRAN,...

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