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Build serverless shiny application via Github page

August 31, 2023 | jhk0530

Simple guide for simple shiny application  TL;DR I made shiny application in github page with quarto. You can check code in my github repository and result, result2 How we use shiny Shiny is R package to make user utilize R with web browser without install it. So my company ...
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Deep Learning with torch in R workshop

August 31, 2023 | Dariia Mykhailyshyna

Join our workshop on Introduction to Deep Learning with torch in R, which is a part of our workshops for Ukraine series!  Here’s some more info:  Title: Deep Learning with torch in R Date: Thursday, September 28th, 18:00 – 20:00 CEST (Rome, Berlin, Paris timezone) Speaker: Daniel Falbel, Daniel is a software ... [Read more...]

How to: one-way ANOVA by hand

August 29, 2023 | R on Stats and R

Introduction Data and hypotheses ANOVA by hand Overall and group means SSR and SSE ANOVA table Conclusion of the test Conclusion Introduction An ANOVA is a statistical test used to compare a quantitative variable between groups, to determine if there is a statistically significant difference between several population means. In ...
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dqrng v0.3.1 and tikzDevice v0.12.5

August 29, 2023 | R on Ralf Stubner

Today dqrng version 0.3.1 made it unto CRAN and is now propagating to the mirrors. Kyle Butts provided the implementation for the new dqrrademacher method for drawing Rademacher weights. The Rademacher distribution is equivalent to flipping a fair coin... [Read more...]

R/Basel 2023

August 29, 2023 | Mirai Solutions

The regional R/Basel event took place at Roche on 21/07: Our presentation and impressions. R/Basel 2023 is an useR! regional event that took place at Roche main campus. The agenda with talks and presentations can be found at the following link. Base...
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TidyTuesday 35: Exploring Fair Use Cases

August 28, 2023 | Louise E. Sinks

Intro/Overview Today’s TidyTuesday concerns US copyright law. Fair use is the right to use copyrighted materials in some instances. Fair use law isn’t always clear, and there is often litigation to decide whether something is fair use. This week’s TidyTuesday uses a data set created by ...
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Now You’re Thinking with Arrays

August 28, 2023 | Jonathan Carroll

I keep hearing the assertion that “writing APL/Haskell/etc… makes you think differently” and I kept wondering why I agreed with the statement but at the same time didn’t think too much of it. I believe I’ve figured out that it’s because I happened to h...
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