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Jonathan Carroll
Data scientist, recovering theoretical physicist, coffee addict, developer, nerd, pedant, dad. Not necessarily in that order. Data curator
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Jonathan Carroll 4h
Replying to @shahreyarabeer
Yeah, but there's nothing there but NULL. I was just looking for an edge-case, this isn't actually one.
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Jonathan Carroll 7h
Replying to @x00live @WeAreRLadies
One could say exactly the same for (meta-)programmers of lisp-like languages, but with the opposite intention.
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Jonathan Carroll 14h
Easy, right? is.matrix(NULL) [1] FALSE is.matrix(matrix(list(NULL))) [1] TRUE
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We are R-Ladies 20h
Replying to @WeAreRLadies
If you've typed formulas into the Excel formula bar with nested if statements and locked cells, I truly believe you can handle most programming languages, R absolutely included
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Jonathan Carroll 15h
Replying to @michael_chirico
I've heard airlines still need to be using their airport gates in order to keep them, and pilots still need the air hours. If I had to fly, I'd be glad it's so empty. Stay safe.
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Jonathan Carroll Aug 3
Replying to @rweekly_submit
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Jonathan Carroll Aug 3
Replying to @sharlagelfand
I've built a simple one of these myself, but knocked this one out of the park. With a variety of palettes, layouts, and now highlighting, this is an exceptionally polished ggplot2 result.
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Jonathan Carroll Aug 3
Replying to @ChBurkhart
The {ggplot2} aesthetics cheat sheet by is not only a useful resource but a great way to visualise the space of arguments. I'll be using this as I extend {ggeasy} even further.
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Jonathan Carroll Aug 3
Replying to @moh_fodil
It's cool to see how people are extending tools in new ways, and this one by clearly fills a need.
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Jonathan Carroll Aug 3
Replying to @carroll_jono
The {explore} package really makes it easy to get an 'at a glance' overview of some data. I'll be using this one frequently.
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Jonathan Carroll Aug 3
Another great issue of this week! Some posts I particularly enjoyed: 🧵
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R Weekly Aug 3
The latest issue is now out! R Weekly 2020-31 shiny modules, exploring data, rstudio::global()
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Jonathan Carroll Aug 2
Replying to @carroll_jono
Also, it seems I was a little more cavalier with my code comments than I remember
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Jonathan Carroll Aug 2
I just saw this reposted... if someone's looking for a 'few-years-old' version then I recreated this in
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jon “airships” kudelka Aug 2
For clarification everyone in Melbourne will be issued with exactly 5km of this stuff.
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Andrew Craig Aug 1
Slides from my 5-minute talk at about adding (x) => x + 1 functions to R:
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Jonathan Carroll Aug 2
Me too, but I think the options would then be: * make `f` a reserved word, or * introduce ambiguity with `f<-` methods for arbitrary f I'd be okay with having `func` be a reserved word as a compromise, a parser-recognised alias of `function`.
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Sharla Gelfand Jul 31
added some highlighting capability to {ggkeyboard} 🔦 library(ggkeyboard) ggkeyboard(tkl) %>% highlight_keys(c("Alt Left", "Shift Left", "M"))
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Jesus M. Castagnetto Jul 30
Replying to @mdsumner @nj_tierney
WOW, someone actually did do a history of the "README" file:
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Jonathan Carroll Jul 31
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