Announcing R/Medicine 2022!

May 3, 2022 | R Consortium

Announcing R/Medicine 2022! The conference will be fully virtual from August 23 through 26 and feature two days of workshops (included with the low registration fee!) and two days of keynotes featuring... The post Announcing R/Medicine 2022! appeared first on R Consortium.
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Introducing LearnPCA

May 3, 2022 | Chemometrics and Spectroscopy Using R

PCA, or principal components analysis, is one of the most wide-spread statistical methods in use. It shows up in many disciplines, from political science and psychology, to chemistry and biology. PCA is also really challenging to understand. I’m pleased to announce that my colleague David Harvey and I have ... [Read more...]

New Workshops Series Kick-off

May 2, 2022 | Mirai Solutions

We are happy to announce our fourth series of workshops, to take place in 2022. After the success of the past series that took place at the end of last year we decided to offer again a series of workshops based on best development practices, R progra...
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Level up your programming skills

April 30, 2022 | Mark Edney

How do you become a better programmer? Well, there is strong scientific evidence for the support of the principle of deliberate practice. Deliberate practice is a method of skill development first written by Anders Ericsson in the book “Peak: Se...
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Level up your programming skills

April 30, 2022 | R on The Data Sandbox

How do you become a better programmer? Well, there is strong scientific evidence for the support of the principle of deliberate practice. Deliberate practice is a method of skill development first written by Anders Ericsson in the book “Peak: Secrets ... [Read more...]

Separating Code from Presentation in Jupyter Notebooks

April 30, 2022 | John Mount

One of the great conveniences of performing a data science style analysis using Jupyter is that Jupyter notebooks are literate containers that combine code, text, results, and graphs. This is also one of the pain points in working with Jupyter notebooks with partners or with source control. That is: Jupyter […]
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Using R and {paws} to populate DynamoDB tables

April 30, 2022 | teo

R and AWS DynamoDB In recent weeks we’ve been using AWS services for a few our projects. One of the things that came up was to populate DynamoDB tables with data from R. Of course, we didn’t have to do this from R, but most of our data ... [Read more...]

Tweaking Hugo Portio theme

April 29, 2022 | R-post on Cosima Meyer

New year, new website? Well, not really. But when starting to set up and move RAM’s website, I decided that it was probably also time for a fresh look on my own little blog. As always, coming up with the perfect theme and moving everything to your new and ...
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Diffify

April 29, 2022 | The Jumping Rivers Blog

You know that sinking feeling that you get when you’re months into a big project and you log in one day and nothing works? Turns out something has updated and things have been removed that y...
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Military Expenditure Estimation with RJAGS Simulation

April 29, 2022 | Selcuk Disci

The side effect of the ongoing Russian occupation was that it stimulated countries’ intentions to increase their military budgets. Last month following the invasion, Germany announced a budget of 100 billion € for the restructuring of the army and announced that it would spend %2 of its GDP every year. Of course, it ...
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