Articles by Stephanie Taylor

BARUG Meetup at the Googleplex

September 21, 2012 | Stephanie Taylor

What is R?  R is an open-source, statistical programming language that is increasingly becoming the lingua franca of modern data analysis. R developers have created over 4,000 packages to run in the R environment, including several dozen developed by Googlers. We continue to work with the R community through conferences, meetups ... [Read more...]

Bringing 64-bit data to R

November 24, 2011 | Stephanie Taylor

The R programming language has become one of the standard tools for statistical data analysis and visualization, and is widely used by Google and many others. The language includes extensive support for working with vectors of integers, numerics (doubles), and many other types, but has lacked support for 64-bit integers. ... [Read more...]

Visualization Meetup at the Googleplex

June 20, 2011 | Stephanie Taylor

Earlier this month we were excited to host a joint meetup with the Bay Area visualization group and the Bay Area R user group at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View.Hadley Wickham from Rice University came and gave a talk on Interactive Graphics in R. Earlier in the day ...
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