Rcpp svn revision 2000

August 13, 2010
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I commited the 2000th revision of Rcpp svn today, so I wanted to look back at what I did previously with the 50 000th R commit.

Here are the number of commits per day and month

commits_per_day.png

commits_per_month.png

… the same thing, but focused on the period since I joined the project

commits_per_day__zoom.png

commits_per_month__zoom.png

… and now split by contributor

commits_per_day_per_author__zoom.png

commits_per_month_author__zoom.png

here are the month where each of us have been the most active

> do.call( rbind, 
   lapply( 
    split( month_author_data, month_author_data$author ) , 
    function(x) x[ which.max( x[["commits"]] ), ] ) 
  )
               date  author commits month year
dmbates 2010-08-01 dmbates      19    08 2010
edd     2010-06-01     edd     118    06 2010
romain  2010-06-01  romain     256    06 2010

and the most active day

> do.call( rbind, 
   lapply( 
    split( day_author_data, day_author_data$author ) , 
    function(x) x[ which.max( x[["commits"]] ), ] ) 
  )
              date  author commits month year
dmbates 2010-08-06 dmbates      13     8 2010
edd     2010-02-16     edd      20     2 2010
romain  2010-06-17  romain      30     6 2010

The code to reproduce the graphs is here

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