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R-Cade Games: Simulating the Legendary Game of Pong

April 19, 2017
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R-Cade Games: Simulating the Legendary Game of Pong

Playing arcade games in R? Introducing pong, the first R-cade game. This code simulates the legendary game of pong in your favourite data science language. Continue reading → The post R-Cade Games: Simulating the Legendary Game of Pong appeared first on The Devil is in the Data.

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Creating Interactive Charts with R, Shiny, MySQL and AnyChart JS via Template

April 18, 2017
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Creating Interactive Charts with R, Shiny, MySQL and AnyChart JS via Template

Data visualization and charting are actively evolving as a more and more important field of web development. In fact, people perceive information much better when it is represented graphically rather than numerically as raw data. As a result, various business intelligence apps, reports, and so on widely implement graphs and charts to visualize and clarify … Continue...

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March ’17 New Package Picks

April 13, 2017
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March ’17 New Package Picks

Two hundred and sixteen new packages were added to CRAN in March. The following are my picks for the Top Forty, organized into five categories: Bioscience, Data, Data Science, Statistics and Utilities. Bioscience BioInstaller v0.0.3: Provides tools to install and download massive bioinformatics analysis software and database, such as NGS analysis tools with its required database or/and reference...

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March ’17 New Package Picks

April 13, 2017
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March ’17 New Package Picks

Two hundred and sixteen new packages were added to CRAN in March. The following are my picks for the Top Forty, organized into five categories: Bioscience, Data, Data Science, Statistics and Utilities. Bioscience BioInstaller v0.0.3: Provides tools to install and download massive bioinformatics analysis software and database, such as NGS analysis tools with its required database or/and reference...

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Tic Tac Toe War Games: The Intelligent Minimax Algorithm

April 5, 2017
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Tic Tac Toe War Games: The Intelligent Minimax Algorithm

Using the R language to build a Tic Tac Toe War Games simulator. Teach your computer to play a perfect game of Naughts and Crosses. Continue reading → The post Tic Tac Toe War Games: The Intelligent Minimax Algorithm appeared first on The Devil is in the Data.

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The Next Era of Research Communication

March 21, 2017
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The Next Era of Research Communication

From the days of actual research papers (before the digital age), to now where research papers are posted online first, not much has really changed in the way we communicate. We still use static images, formulas and a bunch of text to show what we have...

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News and Updates Surrounding plotly for R

March 19, 2017
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News and Updates Surrounding plotly for R

The plotly R package will soon release version 4.6.0 which includes new features that are over a year in the making. The NEWS file lists all the new features and changes. This webinar highlights the most important new features including animations and multiple linked views. Concrete examples with code that you can run yourself will

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Plotly for R workshop at Plotcon 2017

March 15, 2017
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Carson Sievert, the lead developer of the Plotly package for R will be hosting a workshop at https://plotcon.plot.ly/. Here’s an outline of the material he will be covering during the workshop. More details here. The workshop will be based on Carson’s Plotly for R book. Broad Topic Details A tale of 2 interfaces Converting ggplot2

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Tic Tac Toe Simulation — Random Moves

March 12, 2017
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Tic Tac Toe Simulation — Random Moves

Tic Tac Toe might be a futile children’s game but it can also teach us about artificial intelligence. Tic Tac Toe, or Naughts and Crosses, is a zero-sum game with perfect information. Both players know exactly what the other did and when nobody … Continue reading → The post Tic Tac Toe Simulation — Random Moves appeared first on...

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The Rise of Civilization, Visualized with R

March 9, 2017
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The Rise of Civilization, Visualized with R

This animation by geographer James Cheshire shows something at once simple and profound: the founding and growth of the cities of the world since the dawn of civilization. Dr Cheshire created the animation using R and the rworldmap package, using data from this Nature dataset. The complete R code is provided in the blog post linked below, and you...

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