Selection in R

June 1, 2012 | John Mount

The design of the statistical programming language R sits in a slightly uncomfortable place between the functional programming and object oriented paradigms. The upside is you get a lot of the expressive power of both programming paradigms. A downside of this is: the not always useful variability of the language’... [Read more...]

Indexing Nested Lists

November 20, 2011 | songpants

I’ve long searched for a somewhat efficient approach to indexing nested lists and/or environments and here’s my best solution so far. For me, being able to compute such an index is the crucial part in order to actually manage such nested structures (which are very helpful in ... [Read more...]

Must-Have R Packages for Social Scientists

December 11, 2009 | Drew Conway

After recently having to think critically about the value of various R packages for social science research, I realized that others might find value in a post on “must-have” R packages for social scientists. After the immensely popular post on this topic for Python packages a follow-up seemed appropraite. If ...
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My Five Rules for Data Visualization

December 3, 2009 | Drew Conway

Tonight the NYC R Meetup will be discussing data visualization in R using ggplot2. As part of tonight’s meeting I will be providing a very brief show and tell, which includes mostly code examples and external resources. This exercise has had me thinking quite a bit about data visualization. ...
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