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Indexing Iterations with set_names()

April 10, 2022 | R on kieranhealy.org

As mentioned last time, we often want to build up a data frame iteratively. The map() family of functions in purrr can help with this. Here I’ll show a handy pattern for keeping track of what you’ve added to the data frame you’re making. The map_dfr() ... [Read more...]

Iterating on the GSS

April 8, 2022 | R on kieranhealy.org

Let’s say we’re working with the General Social Survey. We’re interested in repeatedly fitting some model each year to see how some predictor changes over time. For example, the GSS has a longstanding question named fefam, where respondents are asked to give their opinion on the following ... [Read more...]

Australian GP FP2

April 8, 2022 | Part Time Analyst

Hello, this is a new series which I will be analysing the data from Friday practice at the Grand Prix. The focus is going to be on strategy so key to a Formula 1 race. This is the first version of this analysis, lookout for more information on future races Tyre ...
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SFTP in R on a Mac

April 6, 2022 | R on Jason Bryer

I am working on a project where I need to upload PDFs generated from Rmarkdown to a SFTP server. The sftp R package is a nice wrapper to the RCurl package for handling SFTP access. But to my surprise, SFTP support is not included on Macs by default through the ... [Read more...]

A Macroeconomics Dashboard on Turkey Inflation

April 6, 2022 | R Views

Enes Gencer is a lead data scientist at Doktar and a graduate of Tilburg University (Research Master, Economics). Enes’ interests include data science problems in Economics, Finance, and Agriculture. Introduction Inflation is a hot topic for both globally and in Turkey nowadays. Inspired by Rami Krispin, I reverse engineered his ...
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Update of compiled datasets (2022)

April 6, 2022 | R | msperlin

Back in 2020 I started to compile and share financial data in dataverse. The data covers corporate finance events from the DFP and FRE systems. The available tables are the same I use for my research and teaching material, and will be updated once a... [Read more...]

How to make a boxplot in R

April 6, 2022 | R on R (for ecology)

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to plot and customize boxplots (also known as box and whisker plots). Boxplots are a common type of graph that allow you to look at the relationships between a continuous variable and various categorica...
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