In case you missed them, here are some articles from November of particular interest to R users.
David Gerard assesses the plausibility of a key plot point in 'Jurassic Park' with simulations in R.
In-database R is available in Azure SQL Database for private preview.
Introducing AzureR, a new suite of R packages for managing Azure resources in R.
The AzureRMR package provides an interface for Resource Manager.
Roundup of AI, Machine Learning and Data Science news from November 2018.
You can now use the AI capabilities of Microsoft Cognitive Services within a container you host.
A look back at some of the R applications presented at the EARL conference in Seattle.
Slides and notebooks from my ODSC workshop, AI for Good.
T-Mobile uses AI models implemented with R to streamline customer service.
Azure Machine Learning Studio, the online drag-and-drop data analysis tool, upgrades its R support.
And some general interest stories (not necessarily related to R):
- How the planets would look in the sky, if they were as close as the Moon.
- Pavarotti and Freddie Mercury, impersonated by the same performer.
- The real-world physics of the sci-fi series The Expanse
- Real robots and simulated people, dancing
- The different ways human languages write animal sounds
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