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lumberjack 1.2.0 is on CRAN and paper accepted by JSS

May 10, 2020
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lumberjack 1.2.0 is on CRAN and paper accepted by JSS

lumberjack is a package that allows you to track (log) changes in data while an R script is running. This allows you to detect exactly which code had what effect on your data. The only thing you have to do … Continue reading →

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tinytest 1.2.0 is on CRAN

May 8, 2020
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tinytest 1.2.0 is on CRAN

tinytest is a relatively new, light-weight (no-dependency) but full-featured unit testing framework for R. It is currently used by 60+ packages, including the famous Rcpp package. The latest version of tinytest was accepted by CRAN on 5 May 2020. This … Continue reading →

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validate 0.9.3 is on CRAN

December 16, 2019
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validate 0.9.3 is on CRAN

CRAN just accepted the latest version of our R package validate. The validate package provides an infrastructure to perform any data quality check in a flexible and extensible way. This is a minor update with the following new features: New … Continue reading →

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Call for abstracts and tutorials: use of R in official statistics 2020 in Vienna

December 16, 2019
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Call for abstracts and tutorials: use of R in official statistics 2020 in Vienna

The eight international conference on the Use of R in Official Statistics (#uRos2020) will take place place from 6 to 8 May 2020 at Statistics Austria, the Austrian office of National Statistics. The meeting in a nutshell 4-5 May: unconfUROS … Continue reading →

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lintools 0.1.3 is on CRAN

December 5, 2019
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lintools 0.1.3 is on CRAN

Version 0.1.3 of the lintools package was accepted on CRAN today. This version brings a few internal improvements and switches the testing suite to the tinytest test infrastructure. lintools is provides basic manipulations of linear systems of equalities and inequalities … Continue reading →

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Make your package spherical

May 14, 2019
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Make your package spherical

Larger packages typically consist of functions that are visible to the users (exported functions) and functions that are used by the exported functions, but that are invisible to the user. For example: # exported, user-visible function inch2cm

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Checking reverse dependencies: the tiny way

April 26, 2019
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Checking reverse dependencies: the tiny way

The tools package that comes with base R makes checking reverse dependencies super easy. Build your package tarball (the pkg_x.y.z.tar.gz file). R CMD build /your/package/location It is a good idea to make sure that the tarball is in a dedicated … Continue reading →

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gower 0.2.0 is on CRAN

March 7, 2019
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gower 0.2.0 is on CRAN

A new version of R package gower has just been released on CRAN. Thanks to our new contributor David Turner who was kind enough to provide a pull request, gower now also computes weighted gower distances. From the NEWS file: … Continue reading →

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uRos2019: tutorials, keynote speakers, registration and call for papers!

February 26, 2019
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uRos2019: tutorials, keynote speakers, registration and call for papers!

The 7th use of R in Official Statistics conference is the event for all things R in the production and use of government statistics. The 7th installment of this conference will take place from 20 to 21 May 2019 at … Continue reading →

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Add a static pdf vignette to an R package

January 11, 2019
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Add a static pdf vignette to an R package

Most vignettes are built when a package is built, but there are occasions where you just want to include a pdf. For example when you want to include a paper. Of course there is a package supporting this, but in … Continue reading →

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