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Romain Lefèvre 🐾 Jul 14
By using the autoplot() function from the "ggfortify" package I can check assumptions for linear models: -Q-Q plot: normality -Residuals vs Fitted: linear relationship -Scale-Location: homogeneity of the variance -Residuals vs Leverage/Cook's distance: influential cases
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Shiloh Bradley Jul 15
This might be my longest dplyr statement ever and I'm so proud of it. :,)
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Vincent Arel-Bundock Jul 15
The {modelsummary} package is now available on CRAN. Create beautiful and endlessly customizable tables to display results from your statistical models. 1/n
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Edgar Ruiz Jul 18
📦Alert! corrr 0.4 is now available on CRAN! Adds new functionality and code improvements, including a much better database interface. Documentation has been updated as well:
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Indrajeet Patil Jul 18
For so long I have been waiting for a package like this! Finally, a -friendly way to make clearly structured and highly customizable visualizations for tree-objects in `ggparty` package! 📊📈💅🙌🥳
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Matt Dowle Jul 20
8 great articles this month in case you missed them. Links on the wiki here :
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Monica Alexander Jul 17
How much code can I write during nap time?
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JD Long Jul 16
I’m in KY and my wife just texted me that I got some mail at home. I’m pretty stoked!
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Emil Malta Jul 18
Hi, I just learned how to make an interactive map in , I am shook
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useR! 2019 Jul 13
All the keynote lectures were available live on channel here: Very soon, you'll find the edited version (with video). keep posted!
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Graham MacDonald Jul 17
One of the biggest sea changes I've seen at Urban (not just anecdotally, but in usage stats), is using R for geospatial analysis. It's remarkable seeing the rise of R against the decline of GIS desktop usage over the past year.
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Dan Quintana Jul 14
Replying to @djnavarro
If you’re interested in a career in academia, I would put the time in to learn . When it comes to applying statistical inference in R, check out ’s excellent book
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Mara Averick Jul 16
🔪 Great content, and hilarious slides! "Get up to speed with Bayesian data analysis in R" by
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Thomas Lin Pedersen Jul 15
🎉🎉🎉 ragg is on CRAN. High performance and high quality raster devices for
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Alex Bertram Jul 19
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boB 🇷udis Jul 13
(last tweet before the UPS dies…generator is still awaiting service) I think this {ggplot2} geom_econodist() (in homage to ' spiffy, diminutive boxplots) may be nearly ready.
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R-Ladies Sydney Jul 18
RMarkdown is a super fun way to wow people you work with who don't know . At our birthday event, is going to talk about how she uses ggplot + .rmd at work. Its not too late to RSVP
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Mara Averick Jul 18
. shares some less commonly known tricks… 😎 "n() cool dplyr things"
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Amelia McNamara Jul 19
I’d love to gather open source interactive R lessons. I’ll start a thread here, but please chime in!
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joranelias Jul 19
This is an RStudio Addin that I've been using for creating default project folders and moving files into those folders based on extension rules. Perhaps someone else will find it useful too.
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