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Mara Averick Jul 16
😳 Thanks to the , I'm gonna need a solid month to get through all the 📹 awesomeness from
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Aliyah Rehman Jul 13
Making a beginners R guide for level 1 psych students. If you could go back in your r training, what kinds of things would be useful when you are first starting to learn R?
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Brooke Watson Jul 11
super useful thing i realized today: if you--like me, a Fool--accidentally print some huge output to your console instead of assigning it to an object, you can run `mything <- .Last.value` to avoid re-running your script. RT to save a life* *(a few minutes, probably)
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Indrajeet Patil Jul 12
How I stopped worrying about formatting regression analyses tables and learned to love the `ggcoefstats` function () ICYWW, this is unpublished data where we fail to replicate the finding that autistics morally judge accidental harms more severely
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Bruna Wundervald Jul 16
sometimes is really hard to see my fellow coworkers struggling to get the same results in PowerBI I would get in R with 3 lines of code. it seems like a lot of time wasted unnecessarily 😤 also, R is way more fun
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Noam Ross Jul 11
Slides, code, and links to resources from my talk on Docker and now up at
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Florian Mayer Jul 16
Introducing the new package trumpR: Want to publish something, but results say otherwise? No probs, a new function has been putin place: trumpr::take_his_word_for_it(). Reviewers critical? trumpr::apply(novichok). Tutorial for function collude() coming shortly.
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Florian Rohart Jul 11
Statistics vs Data “science” according to Bill Venables
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Hadley Wickham Jul 12
People often ask why dplyr & tibble don't support row names. I've (finally) written up my reasons at (photo credit: )
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Chris Brown Jul 10
It is possible to do GIS and mapping in I'm mapping catch by the Queensland line fishery. packages: sf, ggplot2, ggsn and png
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Hilary Parker Jul 11
This is a great resource from for different syntax paradigms, which she presented at
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Matt Crump Jul 15
is fantastic! It just works. So many GIFs to make for upcoming stats textbook. Here's one showing how pseudo-correlations arise due to sampling error (when two random variables are drawn from a uniform distribution) as a function of sample-size (10,50,100,1000)
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Adam Gruer Jul 16
Love tidyverse? Embrace some base. Base is ace? Immerse in some verse. Understanding and capacity is increased by keeping an open mind.
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Alex Whan Jul 13
Leaving , buying a train ticket to the airport, the ticket seller said he started learning last week, doesn't like the <- operator. Amazing market penetration...
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Scott Delhommer Jul 17
Seen a lot of fighting. Whether you use or , we can all agree on one thing
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James Balamuta Jul 16
Discovery of the week: ' installation procedures have a parallelization parameter of `Ncpus` to simultaneously install multiple package, e.g. `install.packages(c("pkg1", "pkg2"), Ncpus = 4)`
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R Users Delhi Jul 14
Thanks for showing up, Delhi. You made our first useR a memorable one. Stay tuned for updates regarding content (slides and videos) from the event and information around future meetups.
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Colin Fay 🤘 Jul 17
Cool new feature in ggplot2 v3 — tagging plots :
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alex hayes 9h
broom 0.5.0 is on CRAN -- 🎉. Now featuring tibble output, new tidiers, new documentation, new tests and big plans for the future. Many thanks to our 38 wonderful contributors, especially those making their first open source PRs!
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Colin Fay 🤘 Jul 17
— A perfect introduction to 🗺 with the {sf} 📦 & Co by :
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