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Jacob
Business Analytics . Data and analytics enthusiast. R user.
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Jacob Sep 24
Replying to @Valle0487
Which planer thicknesses do you have?
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Jacob Sep 21
Replying to @Valle0487
Nice! What are wood and the oil?
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Jacob Sep 1
Replying to @CMastication
I spent almost a week on this problem when I started my current job! Fortunately we moved to Big Query (and I got a Linux box).
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Jacob Jul 13
Replying to @CMastication
good to know, will give it a try!
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Jacob Jul 13
Replying to @CMastication
The auto indentation in rstudio is a crucial part of my workflow these days - when it does something I don't expect it's pretty much always because I've got a syntax problem!
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Jacob Jul 13
Replying to @CMastication
ooh, like the line break idea, will give that a go...
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Jacob Jul 13
Replying to @CMastication
Torn on this one - feels very clever when I use it but definitely confusing when returning to old code...
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Jacob Jul 9
Replying to @octonion
50.26%?
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Jacob Jun 14
Get well soon!
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Jacob Jan 9
Replying to @dataandme @abresler
Ah found it in the dev version of tibble! Awesome!!
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Jacob Jan 9
Replying to @dataandme @abresler
Nice! What's with the highlighting on the numbers/dates?
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Jacob Dec 16
Replying to @_ColinFay
Wow, your vinyl is alphabetised!
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Jacob Dec 12
Replying to @HoloMarkeD
Datapasta?
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Jacob Nov 16
Thanks, this is super helpful!!
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Jacob Nov 16
thanks ! , - if you've got any advice for pulling large datasets into R from BQ quickly, I'd love to hear it! Thanks a lot.
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Jacob Nov 8
Hey - I'm having an issue with very slow speeds pulling large datasets from BQ into R. I've asked the question on the Rstudio community board: but was wondering if you have any ideas. Thanks.
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Jacob 3 Sep 17
Replying to @xangregg @drob
Nice. Thanks for sharing.
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Jacob 3 Sep 17
Replying to @xangregg @drob
Where did the data come from? Can't see it on NOAA, only the story.
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Jacob 28 Jul 17
Good luck, give me a shout if I can help.
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Jacob 28 Jul 17
Have you looked at RJDBC? Works for me on Linux although not as nice as ODBC.
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