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Nick Strayer May 20
Want to build a beautiful CV with {RMarkdown}, and data? I made a 📦: {datadrivencv} to make this easier. One {usethis} style call and you have everything needed to build your CV in HTML and PDF format. Try it out!
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Miles McBain May 20
Rmarkdown tip: Include a "reproducibility receipt" at the bottom of your docs. When someone contacts you about it in the future you'll be able to quickly lay hands on the code, and get some clues if you can't reproduce it. Here's the one I put in our team template:
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Benjamin Schwetz May 24
Yes yes all your axi-draws make fancy clean plots, but my line-us is really trying, too.
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Gregor Thomas May 23
Ruin an package by changing one letter. Kicking it off with ggplop2
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Andrew Heiss May 25
Learn how to plot GIS shapefiles and visualize all sorts of geographic information with , ggplot, and the amazing {{sf}} package!
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Adam Garber May 18
Just discovered some / magic! The `params` argument makes one able to quickly adapt analyses to different data examples.
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Andrew Heiss 7h
Interested in visualizing text-based data? Here are a bunch of examples of using tidytext, ggplot, and to visualize text and do fun basic computational linguistics things like bigram counting, tf-idf, sentiment analysis, and part-of-speech tagging
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Grant Williamson May 24
Happy with this one. Gospers Mountain fire in the Blue Mountains, rendered with rayshader.
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Rob J Hyndman May 21
Calculating excess deaths for 2020 Thanks to for the data.
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Andrew Heiss May 25
ahhhhhh visualizing text in is so fun (code here: )
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RStudioEDU May 19
It's been incredible to see the community rise to the challenges of teaching great data science courses online. shares a collection of new + free + online learning resources for R and Python users.
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Kirk Borne May 21
One of my all-time favorites >> The Most Complete List of the Best Cheat Sheets for — great learning resources for etc. —————— 👇👇
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Gina Reynolds 22h
*Mystery* flipbook: who authored the disputed federalist papers? Code based on lab to introducing students to text and network analysis and to amazing packages.
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Max Kuhn May 21
Two blog posts about rule-based models: - The {rules} package: - A summary of C5.0 rules, Cubist, and RuleFit models: 🥳
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Julia Silge 14h
I am very happy to announce that tidylo, an package for weighted log odds, is now on CRAN! 🎉 The default prior is estimated from the data itself 📊 (an empirical Bayesian approach) but an uninformative prior is also available.
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Dewey Dunnington May 22
When I can get this to work without worrying about ring directions causing intermittent segfaults, this spherical geometry stuff is going be awesome!
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coding_monkeys May 22
me: *buys 16gb of RAM*⁣ Google Chrome: Finally! Aworthy opponent! ,Our battle will be legendary!⁣ 🤣🤣🤣⁣ ⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣
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Andrew Heiss May 20
Adding multiple annotate() functions to a ggplot plot is really neat. Also ggtext for styling text in titles and subtitles.
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Ben Marwick May 19
Now online: "When Field or Lab Work is not an Option - Leveraging Open Data Resources for Remote Research" I ✍️ about doing archaeology on 💻 with & the excellent 📦 from See our task view for more useful pkgs:
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Tom Mock May 25
Ever wanted to easily work with JSON in ? This new post will get you started! ✅ Strategies for exploring JSON in R ✅ How to convert deeply nested lists to a dataframe w/ just base R + jsonlite ✅ Add some niceties w/ + jsonlite
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