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R Shiny Application Split Into Multiple Files

January 25, 2020
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R Shiny Application Split Into Multiple Files

Create an R Shiny Application using multiple files framework to use R Shiny with large applications

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Rename Columns | R

October 13, 2019
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Rename Columns  | R

Often data you’re working with has abstract column names, such as (x1, x2, x3…). Typically, the first step I take when renaming columns with r is...

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How To Select Multiple Columns Using Grep & R

August 18, 2019
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Why you need to be using Grep when programming with R. There’s a reason that grep is included in most if not all programming language to... The post How To Select Multiple Columns Using Grep & R appeared first on FinderDing.

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Creating Excel Workbooks with multiple sheets in R

August 3, 2019
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Create Excel Workbooks Generally, when doing anything in R I typically work with .csv files, their fast and straightforward to use. However, I find times, where... The post Creating Excel Workbooks with multiple sheets in R appeared first on FinderDing.

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Exploring HR Employee Attrition and Performance with R

October 2, 2018
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Exploring HR Employee Attrition and Performance with R

Based on IBM’s fictional data set created by their data scientists. Introduction: Employee Attrition is when an employee leaves a company due to normal means, (loss... The post Exploring HR Employee Attrition and Performance with R appeared first on FinderDing.

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Introduction to Data Analysis with R

September 19, 2018
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Using Basic Data Analysis functions on the mtcars dataset The post Introduction to Data Analysis with R appeared first on FinderDing.

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Manipulating Data Frames in R

September 19, 2018
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Manipulating Data Frames in R The post Manipulating Data Frames in R appeared first on FinderDing.

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