Run Shiny Apps Locally

April 23, 2021 | Peter Solymos

You might be eager to deploy your Shiny app to a remote server. But the simplest way to run a Shiny app is to run it locally. You only need the shiny R package installed, and you can run the app in your browser.
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Sorting German Numbers in DT datatable

April 22, 2021 |

DT::datatable() is a great way to show interactive tables in RMarkdown documents. (Unfortunately it’s a little bit tricky to use them with blogdown in combination with some hugo themes. But that’s another story.) The user can sort any column as he wants to. But it’s an ... [Read more...]

ten computer codes that transformed science

April 22, 2021 | xi'an

In a “Feature” article of 21 January 2021, Nature goes over a poll on “software tools that have had a big impact on the world of science”. Among those, the Fortran compiler (1957), which is one of the first symbolic languages, developed by IBM. This is the first computer language I learned (in 1982) ...
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FPL Point Projection in R – Part 2

April 22, 2021 | Part Time Analyst

Hello, welcome to part 2 of the series building a model to predict fantasy premier league points. If you missed the first part which i did some initial EDA go check it out here Building a Model in R to Predict FPL Points As I identified before the first part of ...
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Bio7 3.3 Released

April 22, 2021 | Marcel Austenfeld

22.04.2021 I released a new version of Bio7. Bio7 3.3 includes a plethora of new features, improvements and bugfixes. For those who don’t know Bio7. The application Bio7 is an integrated development environment for ecological modeling, scientific image analysis and statistical analysis. It also contains a feature complete development environment for ...
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Social Network Analysis in R

April 22, 2021 | finnstats

Social Network Analysis in R, Social Network Analysis (SNA) is the process of exploring the social structure by using graph theory. It is mainly... The post Social Network Analysis in R appeared first on finnstats.
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March 2021: “Top 40” New CRAN Packages

April 21, 2021 | R Views

By my count, two hundred twenty-one new packages stuck to CRAN in March 2021.1 Here are my “Top 40” selections in twelve categories: Computational Methods, Data, Engineering, Genomics, Machine Learning, Medicine, Music, Networks, Science, Statistics, Utility, and Visualization. Two of these categories Engineering and Music have only one entry each. However, I ...
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simulating Maxwell distribution

April 21, 2021 | xi'an

A question that came out on X validated a few days ago is how to efficiently simulate from a distribution with density x²φ(x). (Obviously properly normalised since the second moment of the standard Normal  distribution is one.) The first solution that came out (by Jarle Tufto) exploits the fact ...
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Quantile Regression Forests for Prediction Intervals

April 20, 2021 | rstats on Bryan Shalloway's Blog

Quantile Regression Example Quantile Regression Forest Review Performance Coverage Interval Width Closing Notes Appendix Residual Plots Other Charts In this post I will build prediction intervals using quantile regression, more specifically, quantile regression forests. This is my third post on prediction intervals. Prior posts: Understanding Prediction Intervals (Part 1) Simulating Prediction ...
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Cluster Analysis in R

April 20, 2021 | finnstats

Cluster Analysis in R, when we do data analytics, there are two kinds of approaches one is supervised and another is unsupervised. Clustering is... The post Cluster Analysis in R appeared first on finnstats.
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