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Detailed introduction of “myprettyreport” R package

November 10, 2018
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Detailed introduction of “myprettyreport” R package

Package introduction: Package myprettyreport helps to export ggplot2 graphs into a good-looking PDF file in a clear and easy way with a wide range of flexibility. It has a modular

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Analyse Redmine data with the package redmineR

July 14, 2018
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Analyse Redmine data with the package redmineR

Introduction: Redmine is a great tool to organize tasks. It has many built in functions like spent time report but also there are many limitations. Thanks to the package redmineR

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Dealing with missing data when subsetting values

July 5, 2018
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Introduction: Working with data frames can be tricky at first. For example it seems to be very logical especially for a not really experienced R users to manage the rows

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valueBox without ShinyDashboard

June 2, 2018
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Aim of the Fuction: Reproduce the valueBox function From ShinyDashboard package with almost the same functionality. This function becomes usable without loading ShinyDashboard package and without using the required dashboard

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Basic Ubuntu commands for RStudio Shiny users

January 6, 2018
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RStudio Shiny is a great tool to create interactive reports and dashboards for R users. There are many ways to publish the results, e.g. shinyapps.io is a free online platform

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Shiny plots PDF export

December 28, 2017
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Sometimes it is useful to build a pdf export option into a Shiny app. I built a basic app at first (every important notes was included as comment) to show

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Forecast Hungarian higher education data in R

June 10, 2017
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Forecast Hungarian higher education data in R

I had to forecast the further number of enrolled students in the Hungarian higher education sphere. I did the whole job in R of course. In Hungary the most important

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Bump Charts in R

May 13, 2017
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Recently I found this guy who create beautiful charts in Tableau. Especially I like this Bump Chart style visualization. I just wondered it can be easy to reproduce it in

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Hungarian version of FiveThirtyEight age estimator

May 7, 2017
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I tried to reproduce the FiveThirtyEight age estimator with Hungarian data. The methodology is quite the same. Unfortunately there is no as accurate database as the US version use. In

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Where to find and how to use NUTS2 level maps in R

February 24, 2017
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Where to find and how to use NUTS2 level maps in R

There are many opportunities to find maps which are good for R, also You can easily find country level maps. TIP1: GADM database + basic plot function For example GADM

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