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Twitter Authentication with R

January 15, 2016
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Twitter Authentication with R

This article is just a small summary about the authentication process with Twitter. Its about creating the Twitter app and doing the handshake cause you have to do it every time you want to get data from Twitter with R. Since Twitter released the Version 1.1 of their API a OAuth handshake is necessary for every request The post Twitter Authentication...

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Just published: Mastering RStudio [Free Sample]

December 7, 2015
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Just published: Mastering RStudio [Free Sample]

After nearly 10 month of work, Max(@nierhoff) and I are really happy to announce that our new book Mastering RStudio – Develop, Communicate, and Collaborate with R was just published. This book is aimed at R developers and analysts who wish to do R statistical development while taking advantage of RStudio´s functionality to ease development The post Just published:...

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ThinkToStart is looking for R Authors

September 29, 2015
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ThinkToStart is looking for R Authors

ThinkToStart is growing and we need more people who help us on our mission to bridge the gap between data and business. Therefore we are looking for motivated R fans that help us to produce more great content. What is ThinkToStart? ThinkToStart started as a blog mainly about R tutorials a little bit more than The post ThinkToStart is...

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Predict Social Network Influence with R and H2O Ensemble Learning

July 29, 2015
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Predict Social Network Influence with R and H2O Ensemble Learning

What is H2O? H2O is an awesome machine learning framework. It is really great for data scientists and business analysts “who need scalable and fast machine learning”. H2O is completely open source and what makes it important is that works right of the box. There seems to be no easier way to start with scalable The post Predict Social...

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Announcing: Mastering RStudio

July 27, 2015
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Learn the holistic use of RStudio to communicate your R code effectively and persuasively. Max (@nierhoff) and I are both absolute R enthusiasts. We both strongly believe in the power of R for statistical computing. And we are both also fascinated by the nearly endless possibilities of the R programming language enabling users to build robust The post Announcing: Mastering...

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