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7 Reasons for Policy Professionals to Get Pumped About R Programming in 2019

January 7, 2019
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7 Reasons for Policy Professionals to Get Pumped About R Programming in 2019

Note: A version of this article was also published via LinkedIn here. With the rise of ‘Big Data’, ‘Machine Learning’ and the ‘Data Scientist’ has come an explosion in the popularity of using open-source programming tools for data analysis. This article provides a short summary of some of the evidence of these tools overtaking commercial

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A Review of John Hopkins University’s Online Data Science Specialization (Coursera.org)

March 15, 2018
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A Review of John Hopkins University’s Online Data Science Specialization (Coursera.org)

So for all those loyal subscribers out there (hey mum!) you might wonder what the hell happened to my constant stream of insightful, relevant and handsome blog posts. Well, I’d have to say you’re thinking about me a little too much – I’d suggest committing yourself to a hobby like me. Perhaps regular blogging? Surviving The post A Review...

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Open Myanmar Initiative’s Budget Explorer Launched – Budget Data Visualization in R

August 11, 2016
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Yet another quiet couple of months on the blogging front can be explained by me feverishly working on a number of projects as I reach my 2 year anniversary in Myanmar. The latest of these has been the launching of the Open Myanmar Initiative’s Budget Dashboard, which is now available online here: http://mmbudgets.info/ The website,

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