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Bio7 2.5 for Windows and Linux Released

April 7, 2017
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Bio7 2.5 for Windows and Linux Released

07.04.2017 A new release of Bio7 is available for Windows (64-bit) and Linux (64-bit). The MacOSX version will be released soon, too. This release comes with a plethora of new functions for R. General Bio7 is now based on Eclipse 4.6.3 Redesigned all Bio7 icons and created new icons, too Nearly all icons are now

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Organizing DataFest the tidy way

April 4, 2017
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Organizing DataFest the tidy way

Organizing an event can be a full-time task in and of its own. I have been organizing ASA DataFest for six years at Duke, and over this time, the number of participants has grown from 23 students from Duke only, to 360 students from seven area schools this year! First, a bit about ASA DataFest: ASA DataFest is a data...

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Organizing DataFest the tidy way

April 4, 2017
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Organizing DataFest the tidy way

Organizing an event can be a full-time task in and of its own. I have been organizing ASA DataFest for six years at Duke, and over this time, the number of participants has grown from 23 students from Duke only, to 360 students from seven area schools this year! First, a bit about ASA DataFest: ASA DataFest is a data...

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Publish R functions as stored procedures with the sqlrutils package

April 4, 2017
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If you've created an R function (say, a routine to clean up missing values in a data set, or a function to make forecasts using a machine learning model), and you want to make it easy for DBAs to use it, it's now possible to publish R functions as a SQL Server 2016 stored procedure. The sqlrutils package provides...

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Building Shiny App Exercises (part-9)

April 1, 2017
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Building Shiny App Exercises (part-9)

Shiny Dashboard Overview In this part we will “dig deeper” to discover the amazing capabilities that a Shiny Dasboard provides. Read the examples below to understand the logic of what we are going to do and then test yous skills with the exercise set we prepared for you. Lets begin! Answers to the exercises are Related exercise sets:

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#2: Even Easier Package Registration

March 30, 2017
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Welcome to the second post in rambling random R recommendation series, or R4 for short. Two days ago I posted the initial (actual) post. It provided context for why we need package registration entries (tl;dr: because R CMD check now tests for it, and because it The Right Thing to do, see documentation in the posts). I...

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Building meaningful machine learning models for disease prediction

March 30, 2017
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Building meaningful machine learning models for disease prediction

Webinar for the ISDS R Group This document presents the code I used to produce the example analysis and figures shown in my webinar on building meaningful machine learning models for disease prediction. My webinar slides are available on Github ...

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Live Presentation: Kyle Walker on the tigris Package

March 30, 2017
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Live Presentation: Kyle Walker on the tigris Package

Next Tuesday (April 4) at 9am PT I will be hosting a webinar with Kyle Walker about the tigris package in R. In addition to... The post Live Presentation: Kyle Walker on the tigris Package appeared first on AriLamstein.com.

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R-Lab #2: Shiny & maps + earthquakes | Milan, April 11th

March 30, 2017
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R-Lab #2: Shiny & maps + earthquakes | Milan, April 11th

The R-Labs are monthly evening meetings where we co-work together on a real data science problem, hands on code. We are ready for the R-Lab#2, on April 11th! With the help of EarthCloud, we will try to map the earthquakes that happened over a specific fault, to study the fault evolution over time and provide qualitative and quantitative insights about...

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Massively-parallel computations on Azure clusters with R, made easy with doAzureParallel

March 29, 2017
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Massively-parallel computations on Azure clusters with R, made easy with doAzureParallel

by JS Tan (Program Manager, Microsoft) For users of the R language, scaling up their work to take advantage of cloud-based computing has generally been a complex undertaking. We are therefore excited to announce doAzureParallel, a lightweight R package built on Azure Batch that allows you to easily use Azure’s flexible compute resources right from your R session. The...

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