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Introduction to data analysis with {Statgarten}.

March 10, 2023 | jhk0530

Overview Data analysis is a useful way to help solve problems in quite a few situations. There are many things that go into effective data analysis, but three are commonly mentioned 1. defining the problem you want to solve through data analysis 2. meaningful data collected 3. the skills (and expertise) to analyze ...
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Spatial Data Wrangling with R workshop

March 10, 2023 | Dariia Mykhailyshyna

Learn how to wrangle spatial data in R ! Join our workshop on Spatial Data Wrangling with R: A Comprehensive Guide which is a part of our workshops for Ukraine series.  Here’s some more info:  Title: Spatial Data Wrangling with R: A Comprehensive Guide Date: Thursday, April 6th, 18:00 – 20:00 CEST (Rome, ... [Read more...]

Organising R scripts

March 9, 2023 | Bluecology blog

Organising R scripts Here’s some key points for how I organise my R projects. Folder structure I use the folder structure from the excellent collaboration framework Max Campbell created for my lab. This allows us to share and backup code via github,... [Read more...]

The Effect [book review]

March 9, 2023 | xi'an

While it sounds like the title of a science-fiction catastrophe novel or of a (of course) convoluted nouveau roman, this book by Nick Huntington-Klein is a massive initiation to econometrics and causality. As explained by the subtitle, An Introduction to Research Design and Causality. This is a hüûüge book, ...
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March 9, 2023 | hrbrmstr

WebR 0.1.0 was released! I had been git-stalking George (the absolute genius who we all must thank for this) for a while and noticed the GH org and repos being updated earlier this week, So, I was already pretty excited. It dropped today, and you can hit that link for all ... [Read more...]

Getting continent, mainland and island maps in R

March 8, 2023 | A.M. Barbosa

Maps of continents, mainlands and islands can be useful, for example, for selecting areas — and then cropping or masking variables — for modelling a species’ distribution. Here’s a way to obtain such maps using the ‘geodata’ and ‘terra’ R … Continue reading →
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forester: the simplicity of AutoML

March 8, 2023 | Hubert Ruczynski

In this blog, we’d like to describe in detail the main function of the forester package called the train(). We will focus on showing you how particular steps work and how the user can shape the training process. The concept of the package is described ...
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From excel to R: Part 1

March 7, 2023 | Zahier Nasrudin

Contents Load library Define path Reading all sheets Mixed date formats Welcome welcome. In this blog post, we will be exploring: How to efficiently read data from multiple sheets in an Excel workbook and combine them into a si... [Read more...]
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