Predicting future recessions

January 21, 2022 | jb.hasse

Even if this sounds incredible, yes, we can predict future recessions using a couple of time series, some simple econometric models, and … R !  The basic idea is that the slope of the yield curve is somewhat linked to the probability of future recessions. In other words, the difference between the ...
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Using the Local Dialect to Teach R Programming

January 21, 2022 | R Consortium

Tell us about yourself My name is Dattijo Murtala Makama, I am currently working as a Senior Software Engineer at the National Center for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (NCAIR). I... The post Using the Local Dialect to Teach R Programming appeared first on R Consortium.
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{emayili} Message Templates

January 20, 2022 | R - datawookie

Services like Mailchimp and MailerLite make it easy to create stylish email campaigns. Their templating tools allow you to create elegant HTML messages which are personalised to the recipient. Wouldn’t it be cool if you could do something similar when sending emails from R? Well, with the latest version ...
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Reduce Dependency Hell: from testthat to tinytest

January 20, 2022 | Avi

For my handful of followers, you may have noticed something strange. Over the past two days, I released updates to all four of my packages on CRAN. I decided to practice what I preach and actively reduce dependency hell by moving from testhat to tinytest. I have been programming for ...
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{emayili} Sending Email from Shiny

January 19, 2022 | R - datawookie

The {emayili} package for sending emails from R works well within a Shiny app. You just need to set it up right. I’ve added a simple demonstration script to the latest version of {emayili}. You’ll find it in the inst/shiny/send-message directory. Setup Probably the easiest way ...
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The Basics of R (in Spanish!)

January 19, 2022 | R on R (for ecology)

(¿Quieres más detalles sobre el curso en español? Desplázate hacia abajo.) Hello everyone! This blog post is a bit different from usual posts in that I’d like to make a very exciting announcement about an upcoming course launch. Part of my vision...
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The robustness of food webs to species extinctions

January 19, 2022 | Frederico Mestre

The study of food webs is very relevant, considering the role these networks have in describing the transfer of energy and matter in the ecosystem (Thompson et al. 2012). As such, the evaluation of the robustness to species extinctions is an important step in any analysis evaluating food web stability. The ...
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Announcing the Appsilon Shiny Conference: 27-29 April 2022

January 18, 2022 | Appsilon

We are proud to announce the First Annual Appsilon Shiny Conference on 27-29 April 2022, hosted by Appsilon with support from RStudio PBC. Subscribe to updates about the CFP, guest speakers, and registration information here. The virtual conference will feature guest speakers from the R Community including Eric Nantz of the ...
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One of the First Steps to Become a Data Scientist

January 18, 2022 | finnstats

The post One of the First Steps to Become a Data Scientist appeared first on finnstats. If you want to read the original article, click here One of the First Steps to Become a Data Scientist. One of the First Steps to Become a Data Scientist, You’re not alone ... [Read more...]

Playing Wordle in R

January 18, 2022 | kjytay

The game Wordle has taken the world (or at least my facebook feed) by storm. It’s a really simple word game that’s a lot like the classic Mastermind. Here are the rules from the Wordle website: The logic behind the … Continue reading →
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Understanding the native R pipe |>

January 18, 2022 | %>% dreams

A while back, I wrote this tweet showing many (not all!) of the ways one might search for a particular set of columns in a data frame using R. Several of these approaches used the {magrittr} pipe (%__%) and the native R pipe (|__), the lat...
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Building R 4.2 for Windows with OpenBLAS

January 17, 2022 | Avi

This post outlines the steps needed for building R 4.2 for Windows with OpenBLAS using the the new Rtools42 build system. With the soon-to-be released new UCRT toolchain for building R on Windows, the build process changes once again. First and foremost, we Windows users owe a deep debt of gratitude ...
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