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Rafa 21 Grand Slams and gganimate

February 12, 2022 | R on Alan Yeung

I’ve been a Nadal fan for a long time – right back to the days of the pirate-pants so yeah, really a long time. In all this time, Rafa has never been ahead in the grand slam race vs his biggest rivals… but that finally changed after the 2022 Austra... [Read more...]

How to become a Machine Learning Engineer?

February 12, 2022 | finnstats

The post How to become a Machine Learning Engineer? appeared first on finnstats. If you want to read the original article, click here How to become a Machine Learning Engineer?. How to become a Machine Learning Engineer, If you’re wondering, “How do I learn Machine Learning?” then you’ve ...
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Survey data chart designs

February 11, 2022 | Layton R blog

Summary I reconstruct three alternative chart designs for Likert-style survey data from a 2018 post by Lisa Charlotte Muth and Gregor Aisch and share the source data and my R code. Comparing the charts in light of their arguments, I agree...
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ICESat-2 Altimeter Data using R

February 11, 2022 | mlampros

This blog post (which is a slight modification of both package Vignettes) explains the functionality of the IceSat2R R package and shows how to use the OpenAltimetry API from within R. It consists of three parts, OpenAltimetry IceSat-2 ... [Read more...]

Linear Regression and Optimisation

February 10, 2022 | R on Harshvardhan

When I first learnt linear regression six years ago, I was surprised by its power. I could know the effect of one phenomenon on another and the extent of the relationship. As years passed by, I revisited its different parts in pieces. Stability. Consis...
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Classification: Logistic Regression and Random Forest

February 10, 2022 | R on Harshvardhan

In this tutorial-cum-note, I will demonstrate how to use Logistic Regression and Random Forest algorithms to predict sex of a penguin. The data penguins comes from palmerpenguins package in R. It was collected by Dr. Kristen Gorman on three species of penguins at the Palmer Station, Antarctica LTER, a member ...
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Fancy Tables in R

February 10, 2022 | R on The Data Sandbox

Photo by Juan Gomez on Unsplash Introduction As a continuation from my previous post exploring the use of the Stargazer library to create better looking tables, I thought I would look into the GT library. The GT library takes a different approach by creating an object class with the GT ...
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Nice DT filters

February 10, 2022 | Stéphane Laurent

I am not a big fan of the built-in filters of DT. I prefer the ones below, made with the help of the JavaScript library select2. First, download the files sele... [Read more...]

spiral matrix [X-validated]

February 10, 2022 | xi'an

One recent code-golf challenge was to write the shortest possible code representing the first n² integers in a spiral progression, e.g., 0 1 2 3 4 15 16 17 18 5 14 23 24 19 6 13 22 21 20 7 12 11 10 9 8 While I did not come close to the best […] [Read more...]

Propagating nerve impulse in Hodgkin-Huxley model. Modeling with R. Part 2

February 10, 2022 | Abderrahim Lyoubi-Idrissi

Are you interested in guest posting? Publish at DataScience+ via your RStudio editor.CategoryAdvanced ModelingTagsData VisualisationHodgkin & Huxley modelR ProgrammingShiny appIntroduction In this second part we will present a numerical method for solving the PDE system, which describes the propagation of action potential. We will make use of the R-Packages deSolve ...
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Polished Now Supports Shiny Rmds

February 9, 2022 | Posts on Tychobra

tldr: You can now use polished to secure Rmarkdown documents that use the shiny runtime. This includes flexdashboards! For example, if you have a flexdashboard that uses shiny. e.g. Your Rmd Shiny App With a single function call, you can add a...
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R Graphical User Interface Comparison

February 9, 2022 | Bob Muenchen

I have recently updated my detailed reviews of Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) for R, so it’s time for another comparison post. It’s not too difficult to rank them based on the number of features they offer, so let’s start there. I’m basing the counts on the ...
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How to use R Markdown (part one)

February 9, 2022 | R on R (for ecology)

Today I’m excited to share a blog post on how to use R Markdown. R Markdown is a dynamic file format that allows you to make documents containing normal text alongside chunks of embedded R code. In fact, all of my blog posts are written using R M...
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