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Early bird registration for R in Insurance closes 30 May

May 24, 2016
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Early bird registration for R in Insurance closes 30 May

Hurry! The early bird registration offer for the 4th R in Insurance conference, 11 July 2016, at Cass Business School closes 30 May.This one-day conference will focus once more on applications in insurance and actuarial science that use R, the lingua...

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Feather: fast, interoperable data import/export for R

May 23, 2016
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Feather: fast, interoperable data import/export for R

Unlike most other statistical software packages, R doesn't have a native data file format. You can certainly import and export data in any number of formats, but there's no native "R data file format". The closest equivalent is the saveRDS/loadRDS function pair, which allows you to serialize an R object to a file and then load it back into...

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Setting Up New R Notebook

May 23, 2016
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Setting Up New R Notebook

Today Noam Ross’ tweet about his experience with the new R Notebooks from RStudio got me excited. Can not find a GIF to properly convey the joy + wreckage of me messing around with the internals of the new #rstats notebook stuff.— Noam Ross (@noamross) May 23, 2016 Couple that with the release of JJ...

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Survival plots have never been so informative

May 22, 2016
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Survival plots have never been so informative

Hadley Wickham’s ggplot2 version 2.0 revolution, at the end of 2015, triggered many crashes in dependent R packages, that finally led to deletions of few packages from The Comprehensive R Archive Network. It occured that survMisc package was removed from CRAN on 27th of January 2016 and R world remained helpless in the struggle with the...

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Rperform in Google Summer of Code 2016

May 21, 2016
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Rperform in Google Summer of Code 2016

Rperform had started as a GSoC 2015 project with an aim to “to provide a package with functions that make it easy for R package developers to track quantitative performance metrics of their code, over time.” Much of the functionality required for the same was implemented over the course of last summer. This included various performance visualization functions and...

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Tutorial: GitHub for Data Scientists without the Terminal

May 21, 2016
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Git and GitHub are indispensable tools for anyone analysing data, developing software or disseminating results. Originally designed for software engineers, GitHub is now widely used in many disciplines, especially for researchers in academia. Having a source code management software such as GitHub to host your code and have detailed project documentation is a huge step

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Installing WVPlots and “knitting R markdown”

May 20, 2016
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Installing WVPlots and “knitting R markdown”

Some readers have been having a bit of trouble using devtools to install WVPlots. I thought I would write a note with a few instructions to help. These are things you should not have to do often, and things those of us already running R have stumbled through and forgotten about. First you will need … Continue reading...

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Setting up a DataScience Server

May 20, 2016
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Setting up a DataScience Server

After installing multiple software, servers etc. on my  laptop it was overloaded with different tools and running services. When I get a new laptop or it will crash I can start The post Setting up a DataScience Server appeared first on Networkx.

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OpenCPU release 1.6

May 19, 2016
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OpenCPU release 1.6

Following a few weeks of testing, OpenCPU 1.6 has been released. OpenCPU is a production-ready system for embedded statistical computing with R. It provides a neat API for remotely calling R functions over HTTP via e.g. JSON or Protocol Buffers. The OpenCPU server implementation is stable and has been thorougly...

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Updated Circular Plots for Directional Bilateral Migration Data

May 17, 2016
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Updated Circular Plots for Directional Bilateral Migration Data

I have had a few emails recently regarding plots from my new working paper on global migration flows, which has received some media coverage here, here and here. The plots were created using Zuguang Gu’s excellent circlize package and are modified version of those discussed in an earlier blog post. In particular, I have made … Continue reading...

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