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Catherine Cimon-Paquet Dec 7
When I signed up for my PhD in Psychology, I didn’t expect to spend my Saturday nights learning how to code. I have to admit I’m starting to have fun 😏. It’s only the beginning. Next, I want to learn 🐍.
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Taz Poltorak 2h
Maybe I am easily pleased but it's been my dream to be able to play with anywhere. Now I can.
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Jisca Huisman Dec 2
After quite a few years of , today I accidentally discovered that you can select a file, ctrl-c, then ctrl-v in to get the complete path/to/file, with even the right slashes... This could have saved me hours! Well, definitely many minutes.
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superboreen 🇮🇪 Dec 6
It is impossible to overstate how much I love the "Find in Files..." capability in accessed via Shift+Ctrl+F (Ubuntu) So useful when searching for code fragments in your codebase.
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Chris Engelhardt Dec 5
and users: Looking for recommendations/thoughts on Python IDEs. What is your go-to?
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Javier Elío Dec 6
I’ve linked my with , so I only need to keep up-to-date my ORCID website for getting an updated CV. I’ve used {rorcid} {rcrossref} and the Awesome template {vitae}. (1/5) Code:
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Mira Navrátil Dec 5
I spent all day with R - sorry 🐍😇
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Sara Zeaiter Mortada Dec 6
I love how easy is the layout. Showing all the datasets, values and help on a side and the console on the other. It is just as simple as needed, especially for beginners.
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Noah Silva Dec 2
Anyone know why hates wide data so much more than it hates long data? Every time I open a wide data set with View() it makes my computer very sad.
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Raeda Anderson Dec 2
Just got my evaluations from the 40+ workshops I taught this semester at My favorite evaluation was from a coding workshop. "Raeda is a super hero" Coding superhero is being added to my CV immediately.
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Thelonious Dec 3
Just finished and submitted my final project in R. Should be a good one whew, but hours of writing code and checking for errors was character building, to say the least.
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Florencia Dec 7
I am using as a basis Jake Kaupp's contribution. Last week I made a map for Buenos Aires, this week I learned how to use geom_bin2d to include points on a map.
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Diogo A Dec 3
R can be vicious sometimes
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AmélieRobertoCharron Dec 1
Happy first day of December! You know what that means, time to start your and download and !
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Linda A. Landon Dec 4
is the best thing there is in . Make a contribution. Ask a question and get a useful, respectful answer. It's a pleasure to be a part of this community.
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JD Leongómez Dec 2
This could sound silly, but I'm insanely happy (and yes, a bit proud) to be able to do these tables in markdown (using kable and kableExtra)
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R-Ladies Barcelona Dec 3
Nicolas Attalides cool workshop on and servers installation on google cloud !
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Leyla Nunez Dec 3
When stickers makes you colleagues happy 😃 thanks 🙏
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Martin Henze (Heads or Tails) Dec 5
Replying to @heads0rtai1s
Describes complete starter code digested from the great tutorial. Here's the simple app:
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Larry Bird Dec 3
how do i color a nominal variable (yes/no) in Rstudio ???
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