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Upcoming R courses with Jumping Rivers

August 4, 2019
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You'll be pleased to know that Jumping rivers are running R training courses up and down the UK, in London, Newcastle, Belfast and Edinburgh. I've put together a quick summary of the courses available through til the end of the year. They are sorted by place then date. You can find the booking links and The post Upcoming R courses...

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Voice Control your Shiny Apps

October 15, 2018
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Voice Control your Shiny Apps

I love R and I love Shiny. One of the things I really like about shiny is the ease with which you can incorporate other Javascript based tools and libraries. By my own admission, my JavaScript skills are definitely lacking but there are so many cool libraries out there which can really make visualisation and The post Voice Control your...

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Animating the Premier League using gganimate

September 2, 2018
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Animating the Premier League using gganimate

Ever wonder what an evolving gif of each premier league team’s goal difference vs points would look like made in R? Look no further! Most of this is going to be setting up the data (as always) instead of actually plotting the data. To get the data into shape, we’re going to be using the The post Animating the Premier...

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Podcast recommendations

August 29, 2018
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Podcast recommendations

Anyone who has a long commute or who has to travel with work knows the importance of podcasts. Podcasts allow you turn otherwise useless time, into something both productive and interesting. In this blog post, we’ll describe some of our favourite podcasts. This list isn’t meant to be exhaustive, it’s just what we are currently The post Podcast recommendations appeared...

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Styling ggplot2 Graphics

August 21, 2018
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Styling ggplot2 Graphics

Styling ggplot2 graphics In our previous post, we demonstrated that contrary to popular opinion, it is possible to generate attractive looking plots using just base graphics. Although we did confess, that it did take a lot of time and effort. In this post, we repeat the same exercise. Using the dreaded iris data set, we’ll The post Styling ggplot2 Graphics...

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