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Jacob
Head of BI . Data and analytics enthusiast. R and Python user.
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Jacob May 24
Replying to @LeafyEricScott
This is exactly what I do for pretty much every analysis although I tend to use .RDS to save the data frame.
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Jacob May 18
I use pinboard.in (you can set it so it adds your Twitter likes)
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Jacob May 11
Replying to @profanityswan
Nice piece. Tap water here in London is utter shite, nowhere near as good as Manchester corporation pop!
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Jacob Mar 16
Replying to @hrbrmstr
yes please!
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Jacob 18 May 16
Replying to @pinkyprincess
Glad you worked it out :-)
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Jacob 18 May 16
Overplotting of the points? What if you add position = "jitter" to geom_point()?
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Jacob 6 Apr 16
6+ hours of video from the Shiny Developer conference
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Jacob 31 Mar 16
Hopes of avoiding difficult choices about what to attend immediately shattered by the first session!
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Jacob 30 Mar 16
Replying to @znmeb @BecomingDataSci
I use OSX, Ubuntu and Windows daily!
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Jacob 30 Mar 16
Replying to @znmeb @BecomingDataSci
Thanks Ed, will take a look. Haven't gotten into Docker. Yet.
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Jacob 30 Mar 16
Replying to @chrisalbon
Used to worked for a retailer who used this for their fiscal calendar - made life so easy!
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Jacob 30 Mar 16
Replying to @BecomingDataSci
Well Anaconda + IRKernel work well for me. Compared to Python, R is an absolute dream in terms of package management.
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Jacob 30 Mar 16
Replying to @BecomingDataSci
If you have a working Python/Jupyter setup then to add an R kernel you can run this in R -
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Jacob 27 Mar 16
Replying to @captainsafia
Be happy to write a fuller 'feature spec' if that would be helpful!
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Jacob 27 Mar 16
Replying to @captainsafia
this pdf might help pic attached shows RStudio session with 2 dfs.
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Jacob 26 Mar 16
How about a pop up window that shows you dataframes currently loaded with their .shape (like Rstudio)?
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Jacob 24 Mar 16
Replying to @_inundata @gvwilson
Looks incredible!
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Jacob 23 Mar 16
ggthemeassist is seriously awesome!
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Jacob 20 Mar 16
Replying to @lisacrost
They look great! Need to check out gg:Extra. Thanks.
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Jacob 20 Mar 16
Replying to @lisacrost
Option A. What did you use to make the charts btw?
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