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Finally, Four Backticks on Github

Finally, Four Backticks on Github

It is always the little things… Over the years, I have been totally happy with almost everything about Github, but I have also been waiting for one little thing: I wish we could enclose text that contains N backticks with a pair of N + 1 backticks in Github issues/comments, i.e., ```` ```{r, echo=TRUE} 1 + 1 ``` ```` so that we could show a...

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A tribute to Lucy D’Agostino McGowan’s git commit emoji game

May 2, 2017
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Do you know Lucy? She is a very talented biostatistics PhD candidate that I had the chance to e-meet thanks to R-Ladies. One maybe superficial reason to admire her, on top of her other achievements, is her emoji game in git commits. Looking at Lucy’s...

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How many digits into pi do you need to go to find your birthday?

March 17, 2017
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How many digits into pi do you need to go to find your birthday?

FIND YOUR BIRTHDAY IN PI, IN THREE DIFFERENT FORMATS It was Pi Day (March 14, like 3/14, like 3.14, get it?) recently and Time Magazine did a fun interactive app in which you can find your birthday inside the digits of pi. However: 1) They only used one format of birthday, in which July 4th The post

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Euler Problem 16: Power Digit Sum

March 15, 2017
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Euler Problem 16: Power Digit Sum

A solution in the R language to Euler Problem 16. What is the sum of the digits of the number 2^1000? This post provides a solution using basic r code. Continue reading → The post Euler Problem 16: Power Digit Sum appeared first on The Devil is in the Data.

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Euler Problem 13: Large Sum of 1000 Digits

February 22, 2017
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Euler Problem 13: Large Sum of 1000 Digits

Euler Problem 13 asks to add one hundred numbers with fifty digits. This seems like a simple problem where it not that most computers are not designed to deal with numbers with a lot of integers. For example:   When asking … Continue reading → The post Euler Problem 13: Large Sum of 1000 Digits appeared first...

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Version Control, File Sharing, and Collaboration Using GitHub and RStudio

January 29, 2017
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Version Control, File Sharing, and Collaboration Using GitHub and RStudio

This is Part 3 of our “Getting Started with R Programming” series. For previous articles in the series, click here: Part 1, Part 2. This week, we are going to talk about using git and GitHub with RStudio to manage

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Detect Lines in Digital Images

January 23, 2017
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Detect Lines in Digital Images

As part of our data science training initiative, bnosac is also providing a course on computer vision with R & Python which is held in March 9-10 in Leuven, Belgium (subscribe here or have a look at our full training offer here). Part of the course is covering finding blobs, corners, gradients, edges & lines in images. For...

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GitHub Growth Appears Scale Free

January 18, 2017
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GitHub Growth Appears Scale Free

In 2013, a blogger claimed that the growth of GitHub (GH) users follows a certain type of diffusion model called Bass diffusion. Growth here refers to the number of unique user IDs as a function of time, not the number project repositories, which can have a high degree of multiplicity.

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Git Gud with Git and R

January 17, 2017
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Git Gud with Git and R

If you're doing any kind of in-depth programming in the R language (say, creating a report in Rmarkdown, or developing a package) you might want to consider using a version-control system. And if you collaborate with another person (or a team) on the work, it makes things infinitely easier when it comes to coordinating changes. Amongst other benefits, a...

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Script to convert numeric integer data of data frame column into a digit matrix.

January 1, 2017
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Script to convert numeric integer data of data frame column into a digit matrix.

At some point I found the need to manipulate and analyze each digit of a series of integer values, perform statistics with each of them and in some occasions add zeros at the beginning of each number. So I gave...

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