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Introduction to statistical thinking

September 14, 2017 | R on francojc ⟲

Before we begin working on the specifics of our data project, it is important to have a clear understanding of some of the basic concepts that need to be in place to guide our work. In this post I will cover some of these topics including the impor...
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Project management for scalable data analysis

August 30, 2017 | R on francojc ⟲

Project management This post can really be seen as an extension of the last post Getting started with R and RStudio in that we will be getting to know some more advanced, but indispensable features of RStudio. These features, in combination with some organizational and programming strategies, will enable us ...
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Getting started with R and RStudio

August 13, 2017 | R on francojc ⟲

Why R? The R programming language is free software developed with an eye towards statistical computing and data visualization that has has taken off in popularity over the last decade and is now finds itself among the most used programming languages, in general and is often the go-to language for ...
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Introducing the Recipe series

August 2, 2017 | R on francojc ⟲

The Recipe series: an overview My goal in this series is to explore the ‘why’ and the ‘how’ of doing quantitative language research. The content of this series will, in large part, overlap with resources available on doing Data Science, ge... [Read more...]

Testing features in `blogdown`

July 23, 2017 | R on francojc ⟲

This is a post to test the functionality of blogdown. We are going to look at how various types of outputs are rendered and do some tweaking to get things to work right. The hope is to get an idea of what the best practices for creating posts and pages ...
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