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Windows Clipboard Access with R

November 13, 2018
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Windows Clipboard Access with R

The windows clipboard is a quick way to get data in and out of R. How can we exploit this feature to accomplish our basic data exploration needs and when might its use be inappropriate? Read on. Overview Paste Data from Clipboard to R HTML Tables Spreadsheets Copy Data from R to Clipboard Summary and Usage Notes Paste Data...

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Source and List: Organizing R Shiny Apps

November 6, 2018
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Source and List: Organizing R Shiny Apps

Keeping R Shiny code organized can be a challenge. One method to organize your Shiny UI and Server code is to use a combination of R’s list and source functions. Another method to organize you’re Shiny code is through modularization techniques. Here though, we’re going concentrate on the list and source options. If you feel comfortable with Shiny and...

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Estimating Control Chart Constants with R

October 16, 2018
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Estimating Control Chart Constants with R

In this post, I will show you how a very basic R code can be used to estimate quality control constants needed to construct X-Individuals, X-Bar, and R-Bar charts. The value of this approach is that it gives you a mechanical sense of where these constants come from and some reinforcement on their application. If you work in a...

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Infamous Inf – Part II

December 3, 2017
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Infamous Inf – Part II

R’s Inf keyword – Have you’ve ever wondered what to do with it? If so, this is the second in series of posts that explore how we can exploit the keyword’s interesting properties to get the answers we need and improve code robustness. If you want to catch up on the first post where we look at Inf and...

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Infamous Inf – Part I

September 26, 2017
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Infamous Inf – Part I

R’s Inf keyword – Have you’ve ever wondered what to do with it? If so, this is the first in series of posts that explore how we can exploit the keyword’s interesting properties to get the answers we need and improve code robustness. For those unfamiliar with R’s Inf keyword, it is defined as a positive or negative number...

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Control Charts with ggQC: XmR

July 19, 2017
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Control Charts with ggQC: XmR

Preparing an XmR plot is common when dealing with processes where a single product/item is made or measured and there is a significant time gap between the next production or observation. XmR plots can also be useful when dealing with outputs from a batch process rather than a continuous one. In this post, we will show how to make...

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Control Charts with ggQC: XbarR

May 12, 2017
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Control Charts with ggQC: XbarR

XbarR charts are useful when monitoring a continuous process over time and your taking multiple samples in a given period. Some examples might include, the first, middle, and last parts coming off an assembly line, subgroups of molded parts produced several at a time over several cycles, batch uniformity of continuously produced chemical / material. In this post, we...

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