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5 new books added to Big Book of R

May 6, 2023 | Oscar

7 May 2023 Thanks to Niels Ohlsen for for helping me add the books, and to Adejumo Ridwan Suleiman and Mokandil for their submissions. If you’d like to support the Big Book of R financially, you’re welcome to leave a donation at my Kofi account. Thank you very much to … ...
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Bio7 3.5 Released

May 6, 2023 | Marcel Austenfeld

06.05.2023 A new release of Bio7 is available.The application Bio7 is a free and open-source integrated development environment for ecological modeling, scientific image analysis and statistical analysis. Beside other programming tools it contains a feature complete development environment for R with an advanced R editor, R developer tools and interfaces ...
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Think like a programmeR: the workshop

May 5, 2023 | Mirai Solutions

Learn how to program your own algorithms in R with us on June 22nd! With the 3rd Chapter of our “Introduction to R” learning path we continue our journey towards building strong R programming foundations and skills. “Programming R” workshop will all...
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Maps with {shiny} Pt 2

May 4, 2023 | Steven P. Sanderson II, MPH

Introduction The code provided at the end of this post is an example of how to create a simple Shiny app in R that utilizes the OpenStreetMap (OSM) API to create a map of amenities in a specific location. The app has two main parts: the user int... [Read more...]

Coloring in R’s blind spot

May 4, 2023 | Achim Zeileis

New arXiv working paper on the new color palette functions palette.colors() and hcl.colors() in base R since version 4.0.0. Citation Achim Zeileis, Paul Murrell (2023). “Coloring in R’s Blind Spot.” arXiv.org E-Print Archive ar...
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Streamline Your Analytical Method Development: Convert Signal to Concentration with Back-PredicteR

May 4, 2023 | Thomas de Marchin

Streamline Your Analytical Method Development: Convert Signal to Concentration with Back-PredicteR Back-PredicteR — An Easy-to-Use Shiny Application for Back Prediction of Analytical Method Signals to Concentrations By Thomas de Marchin (Associate Director Statistics and Data Sciences at Pharmalex). Thomas is Data Scientist at Pharmalex. He is passionate about the incredible possibility ...
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Introducing the Weighted pickerInput Module for Shiny

May 4, 2023 | Ivan Hrychaniuk

In data analysis, dashboards are essential tools for making sense of complex data. Dashboards help to derive insights that drive better decision-making. However, as the volume and complexity of data increases, so does the challenge of presenting it in a clear and meaningful way. Sometimes the variety of Shiny inputs ...
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Maps with {shiny}

May 3, 2023 | Steven P. Sanderson II, MPH

Introduction The code is used to create a Shiny app that allows the user to search for a type of amenity (such as a pharmacy) in a particular city, state, and country, and then display the results on a map. Here is a step-by-step explanation of ...
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May 3, 2023 | Russ McRee, Ph.D.

Introduction Exploratory data analysis (EDA) is a mission critical task underpinning the predominance of detection development and preparation for cybersecurity-centric machine learning. There are a number of actions that analysts can take to better understand a particular data set and ready it for more robust utilization. In the spirit of ...
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Is The Ratio of Normal Variables Normal?

May 3, 2023 | David Lindelöf

In Trustworthy Online Controller Experiments I came across this quote, referring to a ratio metric $M = \frac{X}{Y}$, which states that: Because $X$ and $Y$ are jointly bivariate normal in the limit, $M$, as the ratio of the two averages, is also normally distributed. That’s only partially true. ...
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