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Julia Pilowsky Oct 19
By popular request, I have migrated my practical guide to mixed models in R to my new website (and updated it to reflect R 3.5).
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Vince Buffalo Oct 20
So argues Python is becoming the world's most popular coding language, but ironically had their figure been made in R it might be clearer which language is really growing fast (I've highlighted it in orange below)
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Laura Ellis Oct 16
PSA #2 - Are you sloppy with your code spacing? Don't worry b/c CMD + SHIFT + A will fix ya right up!
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πŸŽƒ Andrew Heiss, scary PhD πŸ¦‡ Oct 18
Helpful animated showing what happens to the slope of one coefficient in a model when controlling for other variables in multiple regression ( code: )
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Garrett Grolemund Oct 17
Hands-On Programming with R is now available for free online, ! Please help me spread the word. Thank you O'Reilly for the CC!
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Mara Averick Oct 18
This recoding of 's (already excellent) πŸ“• is awesome! "Statistical Rethinking with brms, ggplot2, & the tidyverse" by
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Garrett Grolemund Oct 16
Thank you for making an cheatsheet for the package (tools for spatial objects)! Available at
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David Robinson Oct 16
For this week's , I've recorded a screencast where I analyze data on college major and income, without looking at the data in advance. Excited to try this experiment!
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Hiroaki Yutani 1m
stringi 1.2.4 has Windows binaries on CRAN at last!πŸŽ‰
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Joyce Robbins Oct 13
parse_number is one of my favorite functions (file under "how to avoid regex"), just watch out for the negatives: > parse_number(c("wk 3", "week-1", "7", "w#9")) [1] 3 -1 7 9 > abs(parse_number(c("wk 3", "week-1", "7", "w#9"))) [1] 3 1 7 9
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CRAN Package Updates 45s
CRAN updates: tm1r
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Hadley Wickham 21h
Excited to announce that has joined my team at πŸŽ‰πŸ‡©πŸ‡°πŸ˜€ His initial project is making ggplot2, grid, and graphics in general, much much faster!
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Michael Sumner 2h
dang I never thought to use on a list, it works of course - sweet!
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Thomas Mailund 37m
Holy Batman, where does this running time penalty come from? `attr` is faster than `getAttr` β€” even though the former calls the latter, as far as I can see. And using `inline::cfunction` is *much* faster than putting the same function in src/
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ThinkR 17m
- 1st contest πŸ†- Our R-dev finished in "Worth Mentioning" for {pdfreport}: A R πŸ“¦ for a PDF template for Reports with special Title page and customisable πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ‡¨πŸ‡΅ header/footer: Congrats ! Results here:
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sbtr. 5h
Top 20 movies with highest return on investment for ... invest in horror or drama!
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Mara Averick Oct 12
Got sketchy data? This might be for you... "ggrough: Convert ggplot2 charts to roughjs" πŸ–
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Ben Moretti Oct 21
Using data science to disprove climate change deniers, a small example.
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Mara Averick Oct 17
OMG, I love this! (I miss Breaking Bad so much) πŸ“¦ "VisualResume: An R package for creating a visual resume" by
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Hiroaki Yutani 9h
These days, I keep seeing devtools::install_github() fails on Travis due to GitHub's rate limit. Will this storm be calmed...?
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