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365 Data Science courses free until November 21

November 1, 2022 | Sofia Cohen

The initiative presents a risk-free way to break into data science and an opportunity to upskill for free The online educational platform 365 Data Science launches its #21DaysFREE campaign, providing 100% free unlimited access to all its content for three weeks. From November 1 to 21, you can take courses from renowned instructors, complete ...
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How do I count thee? Let me count the ways?

November 1, 2022 | Jerry Tuttle

How do I count thee? Let me count the ways? by Jerry Tuttle    In Major League Baseball, a player who hits 50 home runs in a single season has hit a lot of home runs. Suppose I want to count the number of 50 homer seasons by team, and also the number ...
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XLConnect 1.0.6

November 1, 2022 | Mirai Solutions

XLConnect 1.0.6 now available from CRAN and from our GitHub repository. We are pleased to announce the release of XLConnect 1.0.6. This release is mainly a maintenance release and comes with the following changes: Add overwriteFormulaCells pa... [Read more...]

A Footnote in History

October 31, 2022 | Category R on Quantum Jitter

Producing a journal-quality table requires fine-grained and reproducible control over presentation. Surgical targeting of footnotes, capable of adapting to changes in the underlying data, is one example. This post briefly explores the shifts in the ... [Read more...]

Modeling the Extinction of Species with SVM-Kernel

October 31, 2022 | Selcuk Disci

In the last article, we analyzed carbon emissions and the effects that created them. This time I want to look into another important environmental issue, animal biodiversity; by animals, I mean mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, and amphibians. The metric we are going to be interested in is the living planet ...
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Getting acquainted with Mastodon — Instances

October 30, 2022 | Karsten W.

Elon Musk has to buy Twitter after all. I took this as an opportunity to look at Mastodon at the weekend, a decentralised alternative. TL/DR: super! What I had to understand first was the concept of an “instance”. My first impression is that you can compare a Mastodon server ... [Read more...]

September 2022: “Top 40” New CRAN Packages

October 26, 2022 | R Views

Two hundred and two new packages made it to CRAN in September. Here are my “Top 40” selections in fourteen categories: Computational Methods, Data, Genomics, Machine Learning, Mathematics, Medicine, Pharmacology, Psychology, Science, Social Science, Statistics, Time Series, Utilities, and Visualization. Computational Methods kimfilter v1.0.0: Provides an Rcpp implementation of the multivariate ...
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How to use the image function in R

October 26, 2022 | Jim

The post How to use the image function in R appeared first on Data Science Tutorials What do you have to lose?. Check out Data Science tutorials here Data Science Tutorials. How to use the image function in R, When displaying spatial data (pictures), the image function can be used ...
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Understanding ShinyApps

October 25, 2022 | R-post on Cosima Meyer

Today, we’ll discover how you can use the power of R (and RStudio) to create, for instance, an interactive visualization with the ShinyApp framework. 💡 What is a ShinyApp? Shiny is a framework that allows you to create web applications - ShinyApp...
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