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Summary of the BaselR meetup – march 2017

Summary of the BaselR meetup – march 2017

Last week I took part in the BaselR meeting hosted in the very nice Roche Learning Center Auditorium and organised by Mango-Solutions. This post will summarise this meetup. FFTrees FFTrees was presented by its creator, Nathaniel D. Phillips. This ...

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The “Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research” are easy to reach for R users

The “Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research” are easy to reach for R users

“Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research” is a freely available paper on PLOS computational biology. As I’m currently very interested on the subject of reproducible data analysis, I will these ten rules and the possible implem...

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Implementation of a basic reproducible data analysis workflow

In a previous post, I described the principles of my basic reproducible data analysis workflow. Today, let’s be more practical and see how to implement it. Be noted that it is a basic workflow. The goal is to find a good balance between a minimal re...

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A basic reproducible data analysis workflow – principles

The goal of reproducible data analysis is, according to the CRAN task view, to tie specific instructions to data analysis and experimental data so that scholarship can be recreated, better understood and verified. In order to prepare a small talk on t...

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Start with wordcloud

Start with wordcloud

I followed my good resolutions on practising data analysis in my previous post and started to play with the French drug database. After importing the data, I started classically with data visualisation. In this database, there is a lot of text data. To visualise this, some wordcloud is always welcome. They are maybe not accurate at all but are from...

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Pet projet: an other step to learn data science

Pet projet: an other step to learn data science

Learning data science is a long path well described in this datacamp’s post. And as any skill, the best way to get it is to practise! Then, I would like to start some pet projects clearly distinct from my work projects. This way I could test as I w...

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R data quicklook on OSX

R data quicklook on OSX

Quicklook is a very nice function in OSX: just press the space bar and you have a preview of the selected file. However, it only work for a limited types of files. Today, I discovered QuickLookR. After a very quick install (copy one file in a folder a...

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Set-up NeoVim on Mac for R

Set-up NeoVim on Mac for R

The objective of this post is to describe step-by-step how to set up NeoVim on Mac to use it as a powerfull editor for R code. I need also a gui version of NeoVim for fast editing. Pre-requise OSX 10.11 Xcode Admin access Homebrew Time n...

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