How to Standardize Data in R?

July 27, 2022 | Jim

The post How to Standardize Data in R? appeared first on Data Science Tutorials How to Standardize Data in R?, A dataset must be scaled so that the mean value is 0 and the standard deviation is 1, which is known as standardization. The z-score standardization, which scales numbers using the following ... [Read more...]

Charity R Workshops in support of Ukraine

July 27, 2022 | Dariia Mykhailyshyna

Learn R (as well as Python and other tools for data analysis) and contribute to charity at the same time.  Since April, we have been running a series of weekly workshops on R and other tools for data analysis, all proceeds from which go to support Ukraine. Our workshops cover ... [Read more...]

How to Use the sweep Function in R?

July 27, 2022 | finnstats

The post How to Use the sweep Function in R? appeared first on finnstats. If you are interested to learn more about data science, you can find more articles here finnstats. How to Use the sweep Function in R?, The sweep() function in R allows you to carry out various ... [Read more...]

Posit – Why Rstudio is changing its name

July 27, 2022 | Appsilon

RStudio has officially announced a name change from RStudio to Posit.  Why did RStudio change its name to Posit? For the past few years, Posit (formerly RStudio) has been shifting from R-exclusive tooling to a language agnostic ecosystem. Much to our enjoyment, we’ve seen the RStudio IDE grow to ...
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How to Create an Interaction Plot in R?

July 27, 2022 | Jim

The post How to Create an Interaction Plot in R? appeared first on Data Science Tutorials How to Create an Interaction Plot in R?, To find out if the means of three or more independent groups that have been divided based on two factors differ, a two-way ANOVA is performed. ...
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How to Create Summary Tables in R

July 26, 2022 | Jim

The post How to Create Summary Tables in R appeared first on Data Science Tutorials How to Create Summary Tables in R?, The describe() and describeBy() methods from the psych package is the simplest to use for creating summary tables in R. How to apply a transformation to multiple columns ... [Read more...]

Comments on the New R OOP System, R7

July 26, 2022 | matloff

Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) is more than just a programming style; it’s a philosophy. R has offered various forms of OOP, starting with S3, then (among others) S4, reference classes, and R6, and now R7. The latter has been under development by a team broadly drawn from the R community ... [Read more...]

New Package yfR

July 25, 2022 | rOpenSci - open tools for open science

Package yfR recently passed peer review at rOpenSci and is all about downloading stock price data from Yahoo Finance (YF). I wrote this package to solve a particular problem I had as a teacher: I needed a large volume of clean stock price data to use in my classes, either ... [Read more...]

Efficient list recursion in R with {rrapply}

July 25, 2022 | R-bloggers | A Random Walk

Introduction The nested list below shows a small extract from the Mathematics Genealogy Project highlighting the advisor/student genealogy of several famous mathematicians. The mathematician’s given names are present in the "given" attribute of each list element. The numeric values at the leaf elements are the total number of ...
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