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Constricted development with reticulate

April 4, 2018
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I’ve been using the reticulate package occasionally for a while now, so I was surprised to see that it had only just been officially released. reticulate: R interface to Python https://t.co/qVWmwoMQAP. Comprehensive set of interoperability tools including R Markdown Python...Continue Reading →

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JC and the Vignettes

March 5, 2018
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JC and the Vignettes

If that’s not a great 1960’s band name then I don’t know what is (hint: I don’t know what is). At the start of the year I set out my ‘goals for 2018’ just like many of us do; an...Continue Reading →

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Thou shalt not compare numeric values (except when it works)

September 3, 2017
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Thou shalt not compare numeric values (except when it works)

This was just going to be a few Tweets but it ended up being a bit of a rollercoaster of learning for me, and I haven’t blogged in far too long, so I’m writing it up quickly as a ‘hey...Continue Reading →

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Data Munging With R Preview — Storing Values (Assigning)

June 26, 2017
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Data Munging With R Preview — Storing Values (Assigning)

Since about October last year, I’ve been writing an introduction to R book. It’s been quite the experience. I’ve finally started making time to document some of the interesting things I’ve learned (about R, about writing, about how to bring...Continue Reading →

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2016 Australian Federal Election Flexdashboard

August 1, 2016
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2016 Australian Federal Election Flexdashboard

Here in the land down under we’ve finally completed our Federal election. We complain that it seems to go on for too long, but it’s a brief distraction compared to the USA electoral process. I managed to do a small...Continue Reading →

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2016 Australian Federal Election Flexdashboard

August 1, 2016
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Here in the land down under we've finally completed our Federal election. We complain that it seems to go on for too long, but it's a brief distraction compared to the USA electoral process. I managed to do a small...Continue Reading →

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Images as x-axis labels (updated)

June 2, 2016
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Images as x-axis labels (updated)

They say “if you want to find an answer on the internet, just present a wrong one as fact. Then wait.“ It didn’t take long, actually. Despite my searches while trying to get images into x-axis labels it seems I...Continue Reading →

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Images as x-axis labels (updated)

June 2, 2016
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Images as x-axis labels (updated)

They say "if you want to find an answer on the internet, just present a wrong one as fact. Then wait." It didn't take long, actually. Despite my searches while trying to get images into x-axis labels it seems I...Continue Reading →

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Images as x-axis labels

June 2, 2016
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Images as x-axis labels

Open-source software is awesome. If I found that a piece of closed-source software was missing a feature that I wanted, well, bad luck. I probably couldn’t even tell if was actually missing or if I just didn’t know about it....Continue Reading →

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Images as x-axis labels

June 2, 2016
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Images as x-axis labels

Open-source software is awesome. If I found that a piece of closed-source software was missing a feature that I wanted, well, bad luck. I probably couldn't even tell if was actually missing or if I just didn't know about it....Continue Reading →

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