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R⁶ — Tracking WannaCry Bitcoin Wallet Payments with R

May 15, 2017
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R⁶ — Tracking WannaCry Bitcoin Wallet Payments with R

If you follow me on Twitter or monitor @Rapid7’s Community Blog you know I’ve been involved a bit in the WannaCry ransomworm triage. One thing I’ve been doing is making charts of the hourly contribution to the Bitcoin addresses that the current/main attackers are using to accept ransom payments (which you really shouldn’t pay, now,... Continue reading...

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Mutation, selection, and drift (with Shiny)

May 14, 2017
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Mutation, selection, and drift (with Shiny)

Imagine a gene that comes in two variants, where one of them is deleterious to the carrier. This is not so hard to imagine, and it is often the case. Most mutations don’t matter at all. Of those that matter, most are damaging. Next, imagine that the mutation happens over and over again with some

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Measuring Impact from Giving Talks on My R Package Downloads

May 13, 2017
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Measuring Impact from Giving Talks on My R Package Downloads

ggplot2, CausalImpact, & prophet oh my! - It has been a longstanding goal of mine to gain confidence in public speaking, give a technical talk at a conference and develop R packages. I’ve noticed a trend (and a quality I’d like to inherit) amongst other productive R programmers which was a greater ability to communicate results...

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How not to make an evergreen review graph

May 13, 2017
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How not to make an evergreen review graph

In this post I am inspired by two tweets, mainly this one and also this one. Since the total number of articles every year is increasing, no matter which subject you choose, the curve representing number of articles as a function of year of publication...

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R Weekly Bulletin Vol – VIII

May 12, 2017
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R Weekly Bulletin Vol – VIII

This week’s R bulletin will cover topics on plotting charts like saving the plot, adding a grid, and plotting multiple data sets in a single plot. Hope you like this R weekly bulletin. Enjoy reading! Shortcut Keys 1. Run current document – Ctrl+Alt+R 2. Run from document beginning to current line – Ctrl+Alt+B 3. Run... The post R...

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How to go about interpreting regression cofficients

May 12, 2017
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How to go about interpreting regression cofficients

Following my post about logistic regressions, Ryan got in touch about one bit of building logistic regressions models that I didn’t cover in much detail – interpreting regression coefficients. This post will hopefully help Ryan (and others) out. @SteffLocke This was The post How to go about interpreting regression cofficients appeared first on Locke Data. Locke Data...

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tidyquant: New Tools for Performing Financial Analysis within the Tidy Ecosystem

tidyquant: New Tools for Performing Financial Analysis within the Tidy Ecosystem

In advance of upcoming Business Science talks on tidyquant at R/Finance and EARL San Francisco, we are releasing a technical paper entitled “New Tools For Performing Financial Analysis within the ‘Tidy’ Ecosystem”. The technical paper covers an...

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Pretty histograms with ggplot2

May 10, 2017
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Pretty histograms with ggplot2

@drsimonj here to make pretty histograms with ggplot2! In this post you’ll learn how to create histograms like this:  The data Let’s simulate data for a continuous variable x in a data frame d: set.seed(070510) d <- data.frame(x = rnorm(2000)) head(d) #> x #> 1 ...

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datasauRus now on CRAN

May 9, 2017
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datasauRus now on CRAN

datasauRus is a package storing the datasets from the paper Same Stats, Different Graphs: Generating Datasets with Varied Appearance and Identical Statistics through Simulated Annealing. It’s a useful package for: Having a dinosaur dataset Showing a dinosaur related variant of The post datasauRus now on CRAN appeared first on Locke Data. Locke Data are a data...

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Turning kindle notes into a tidy data

May 7, 2017
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It is my dream to do everything with R. And we aRe almost there. We can write blogs in blogdown or bookdown, write reports in RMarkdown (thank you Yihui Xie!) create interactive webpages with Shiny (thank you Winston Chang). Control our lifx light...

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