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Cédric Scherer May 17
Friday and don't know what to do? Train your skills! 📊 My first blog post "The Evolution of a ggplot (Ep. 1)" is online 🎉 Thanks to for all the neat tricks!
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Mara Averick May 15
🧐 's plotly book covers all sorts of interesting stuff I never knew existed… 📒 "Interactive web-based data visualization w/ R, plotly, and shiny"
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Malcolm Barrett 🦁🐻 May 16
Excited to be talking about functional programming with purrr at the seminar today! Since it's not a workshop, I'm also experimenting with learnr to host in-slide examples and exercises to try after: . Slides:
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Mara Averick May 13
ICYMI, 🙌 From choosing charts ⇨ R examples and code… "From data to Viz" 📊 (also comes in and )
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R-hub May 14
Read the source of your tools! In this post, find out why and how. 🔍 Featuring docs, tools and services by , , ... and R-hub of course!
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John (JP) Coene May 14
🎉 Extremely happy to release my latest project: the {g2r} 📦, a ggplot2-inspired grammar of graphics for interactive visualisations based on g2. ⚠️ It's probably riddled with 🐛
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R-bloggers May 19
A new package for panel data analysis in R
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The Data Sci Guy May 12
Simplify your code. Forget confusing nested statements! Pipe up!! %>% If you haven't been using these or new to this then this is a MUST read. Thanks for the tip!
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BrodieG May 14
New release of diffobj on CRAN. Bugfixes release with special thanks to , Philipp Angerer, and Bill Dunlap for bug reports. ... and, this is now my first repository with a twitter card image 🎉.
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Will Chase May 13
Question for users: what was (or is) the trickiest part for you about learning ggplot? What did you find unintuitive or hard to understand/remember? For teachers: what ggplot concepts do your students struggle with?
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Mine CetinkayaRundel May 15
. is back, with some personal news - I moved to Edinburgh! And converting between timezones is no fun, so I wrote about it at . If you are in EDI/🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿/🇬🇧/🇪🇺 & want to chat , data science/stats ed, or international move with 🐈s + 👶, @ me!
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Christopher Prener May 19
Happy to announce that the / package {biscale} for bivariate thematic mapping is now on CRAN! Thanks to and for developing the workflow and for the excellent palettes. All the details are here -
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Hadley Wickham May 14
Big thanks to for awesome new stringr vignette: . It compares base string functions to their stringr equivalents so that you more easily see the differences
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rOpenSci May 16
[blog] We've updated our book - rOpenSci Packages: Development, Maintenance, and Peer Review! 🎉 Highlights: ✨ The book now has a cover! Work by . 🔥 We now explicitly accept assignment with =, not only <-. Read more:
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Jiena Gu McLellan May 17
For and who would like to decorate shiny apps, check it out! You can add a fancy carousel feature like this as an official formal website by using awesome `bsplus` (by )! 🙂🌺🌸Live: Repo:
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Gábor Csárdi May 16
If you happen to use at the terminal, you'll find the rdoc package a big life improvement:
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Emi Tanaka 🌾 May 15
Rstudio viewer shows the label of the column if it has an attribute "label". Very neat! Is there any other neat things for the Rstudio viewer??
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Dan Quintana May 15
LIVE: How to perform a power analysis in
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boB 🇷udis May 15
Whoa. 's PR into the 1.0.0 branch of {waffle} sure is all kinds of 😍😻👌🏼
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Urban Demographics🚡 May 13
- Creating isochrone maps with the traveltime package in (by ) - Importing census and survey data from around the world integrated across time and space via the ipumsr package + other really useful/cool links -
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