Haskell is fast

October 21, 2020 | Stéphane Laurent

Updated title: Haskell is fast, but Julia is faster (see updates at the end). My R package ‘HypergeoMat’ provides a Rcpp implementation of Koev & Edelman’s algorithm for the eval... [Read more...]

Upcoming workshop: From Excel to R

October 21, 2020 | Mirai Solutions

Discover how to use R to break free from Excel’s limitations at Mirai’s From Excel to R workshop. Excel’s lengthy formulas and complex macros, files that take forever to open and crash as frequently as you try to update them, major mistakes due to a... [Read more...]

eXplainable AI + Shiny = xai2shiny

October 21, 2020 | Adam Rydelek

xai2shiny is a new tool for lightning-quick deployment of machine learning models and their explorations using Shiny.By Anna KozakThe explainability of machine learning models has already proven to be an essential part of building a successful model. T...
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How to Automate PDF Reporting with R

October 20, 2020 | Business Science

This article is part of a R-Tips Weekly, a weekly video tutorial that shows you step-by-step how to do common R coding tasks. Let’s learn how to automate PDFs with R. Get the Code: GitHub Link Video Tutorial: YouTube Tutorial (Click im...
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Leading Causes of Mortality by U.S. County

October 20, 2020 | Tyrone Wilkinson

LinkedIn |  GitHub |  Email | Data Venit Mors Velocitor Why would it be helpful to know the leading causes of mortality of a given population at a granular level and how they have been trending? Well, does it come into play when considering places to live or travel? Would having a large ...
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Bayesian Statistics using R, Python, and Stan

October 20, 2020 | Paul van der Laken

For a year now, this course on Bayesian statistics has been on my to-do list. So without further ado, I decided to share it with you already. Richard McElreath is an evolutionary ecologist who is famous in the stats community for his work on Bayesian statistics. At the Max Planck ...
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Why you should use vapply in R

October 19, 2020 | Andrew Treadway

In this post we’ll cover the vapply function in R. vapply is generally lesser known than the more popular sapply, lapply, and apply functions. However, it is very useful when you know what data type you’re expecting to apply a function to as it helps to prevent silent ...
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