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The R Project: 2015 in Review

December 31, 2015
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It's been a banner year for the R project in 2015, with frequent new releases, ever-growing popularity, a flourishing ecosystem, and accolades from both users and press. Here's a roundup of the big events for R from 2015. R continues to advance under the new leadership of the R Foundation. There were five updates in 2015: R 3.1.3 in...

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7 new R jobs from around the world (2015-12-31)

December 31, 2015
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7 new R jobs from around the world (2015-12-31)

This is the bi-monthly R-bloggers post (for 2015-12-31) for new R Jobs. To post your R job on the next post Just visit this link and post a new R job to the R community (it’s free and quick). New R jobs Part-Time Content Development Intern ($20/hour) @ Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S. DataCamp – Posted by nickc123 Cambridge Massachusetts, United States 22 Dec2015 Full-Time Data Scientist @ Billerica,...

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Our R package roundup

December 30, 2015
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Our R package roundup

A year in review It’s the time of the year again where one eats too much, and gets in a reflective mood! 2015 is nearly over, and us bloggers here at opiateforthemass.es thought it would be nice to argue endlessly which R package was the best/neatest/most fun/most useful/most whatever in this year! Since we are in a festive mood, we decided...

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R is the fastest-growing language on StackOverflow

December 21, 2015
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R is the fastest-growing language on StackOverflow

StackOverview is a popular Q&A site, and a go-to resource for developers of all languages to find answers to programming problems they may have: most of the time, the question has already been asked and answered, or you can always post a new question and wait for a reply. It's an excellent resource for R users, featuring answers to...

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Integrating Python and R Part III: An Extended Example

December 18, 2015
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By Chris Musselle This is the third post in a three part series where I have explored the options available for including both R and Python in a data analysis pipeline. See post one for some reasons on why you … Continue reading →

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IBM DataScientistWorkBench = OpenRefine + RStudio + Jupyter Notebooks in the Cloud, Via Your Browser

December 18, 2015
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IBM DataScientistWorkBench = OpenRefine + RStudio + Jupyter Notebooks in the Cloud, Via Your Browser

One of the many things on my “to do” list is to put together a blogged script that wires together RStudio, Jupyter notebook server, Shiny server, OpenRefine, PostgreSQL and MongDB containers, and perhaps data extraction services like Apache Tika or Tabula and a few OpenRefine style reconciliation services, along with a common shared data container,

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Solve common R problems efficiently with data.table

December 10, 2015
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I was recently browsing stackoverflow.com (often called SO) for the most voted questions under R tag. To my surprise, many questions on the first page were quite well addressed with the data.table package. I found a few other questions that could benefit from a data.table answer, therefore went ahead and answered them. In this post, I’d like to summarise them...

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R tutorials

December 10, 2015
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There are tons of resources to help you learn the different aspects of R, and as a beginner this can be overwhelming. It’s also a dynamic language and rapidly changing, so it’s important to keep up with the latest tools and technologies. That’s why R-bloggers and DataCamp have worked together to bring you a learning path for R. Each section...

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What do we ask in stack overflow

December 9, 2015
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What do we ask in stack overflow

How many times you have an error in your code, query, etc and you don't have the solution? How many times in these cases you open your favorite browser and search in your favorite search engine and type (I mean copy/paste) that error and you click the first result you get and then you don't feel alone in this planet: "other people...

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asdfree 2015-12-09 04:28:00

December 9, 2015
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obsessively-detailed instructions to analyze publicly-available survey data with free tools - the r language, the survey package, and (for big data) sqlsurvey + monetdb.governments spend billions of dollars each year surveying their populations.  ...

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