Links I liked

May 5, 2016

(This article was first published on data_steve, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

The interwebs has been aflush with interesting data science material.

    Big Five Personality Tests Have Never Been So Fun(ny)

    Gelman on A Beautiful Sentiment

  • Any time Gelman has something to say about graphics and methods, it’s useful. This seems like one of my first memories, though, of him discussing text analysis.

    Using d3 to ‘discover’ koala’s in nature

    Video of cous-cous surfing wave manifolds?

    R-automated plot descriptions: millions of ABDs await v.1.0.0

  • All joking aside, this seems like a really ambitious and worthy goal to improve accessibility of data science products.

    SVG beyond mere shapes, and my abilities!

  • htmlwidgets, please!

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