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Plotcon 2016 – Speakers and topics in R

July 30, 2016
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Plotcon 2016 – Speakers and topics in R

Jenny Bryan Topic: Extract plotting intent from spreadsheets in R Bio: Jennifer Bryan is an Associate Professor in the Statistics Department and the Michael Smith Laboratories at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. She’s a biostatistician specialized in genomics and takes a special interest and delight in data analysis and statistical computing. Kent Russell

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An R Users Guide to JSM 2016

July 28, 2016
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by Joseph Rickert My impression is that the JSM has become ever more R friendly over recent years, but with two sessions organized around R tools and several talks featuring R packages, this year may turn out to be the beginning of a new era where conference organizers see value in putting R on the agenda and prospective speakers...

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U.S. Drought Animations with the “Witch’s Brew” (purrr + broom + magick)

July 27, 2016
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U.S. Drought Animations with the “Witch’s Brew” (purrr + broom + magick)

This is another purrr-focused post but it’s also an homage to the nascent magick package (R interface to ImageMagick) by @opencpu. We’re starting to see/feel the impact of the increasing drought up here in southern Maine. I’ve used the data from the U.S. Drought Monitor before on the blog, but they also provide shapefiles and... Continue reading...

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New chapters for 50 shades of grey….

July 27, 2016
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New chapters for 50 shades of grey….

Introduction Some time ago I had the honor to follow an interesting talk from Tijmen Blankevoort on neural networks and deeplearning. Convolutional and recurrent neural networks were topics that already caught my interest and this talk inspired me to dive into … Continue reading →

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Notes from the 4th R in Insurance Conference

July 27, 2016
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Notes from the 4th R in Insurance Conference

The 4th R in Insurance conference took place at Cass Business School London on 11 July 2016. This one-day conference focused once more on the wide range of applications of R in insurance, actuarial science and beyond. The conference programme covered t...

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The reproducibility crisis in science and prospects for R

July 26, 2016
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Guest post by Gregorio Santori (<[email protected]>) The results that emerged from a recent Nature‘s survey confirm as, for many researchers, we are living in a weak reproducibility age (Baker M. Is there a reproducibility crisis? Nature 2016;533:453-454). Although the definition of reproducibility can vary widely between disciplines, in this survey was adopted the version for … Continue...

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rotl paper published

rotl paper published

We are excited to announce a paper describing rotl, our package for the Open Tree of Life data, has been published. The full citation is: Michonneau, F., Brown, J. W. and Winter, D. J. (2016), rotl: an R package to interact with the Open Tree of Life data. Methods Ecol Evol. doi: https://doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.12593 The paper, which is freely available, describes the package and...

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Mid-year R Packages Update Summary

July 24, 2016
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I been updating some existing packages and github-releasing new ones (before a CRAN push). Most are “cyber”-related, but there are some general purpose ones. Here’s a quick overview: docxtractr (CRAN, now, v0.2.0) was initially designed to make it easy to get data tables out of MS Word (docx) documents. The update removes use of a... Continue reading...

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StatET IDE for R

July 22, 2016
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StatET IDE for R

I personally do not use Integrated Development environments (IDEs) for R, or for that matter for any programming language. From my point of view, they take up too much precious real estate on the screen, and most important, they generally do not allow me to use my own text editor and my own abbreviations and … Continue...

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Don’t miss Hadley Wickham’s Master R Workshop September 12 and 13 in NYC

July 22, 2016
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Don’t miss Hadley Wickham’s Master R Workshop September 12 and 13 in NYC

New York City is a wonderful place to be most of the time but especially in September! If you live or work in the city or just want a good business reason to visit, consider joining RStudio Chief Data Scientist Hadley Wickham in the heart of Manhattan on September 12th and 13th, just by Times Square

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