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Tyson Barrett 👉rstudio::conf Jan 22
I’m super excited that is next week! 😄👏 I’ll be talking about so if you are there and want to learn more about how data.table compliments the stop on by! And even if you aren’t interested, come say hi 👋
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Crystal Lewis Jan 23
This is why I love . In SPSS, if I ever needed to replace system missing/NA values, it could take me 20 minutes, as you have to type out individual chunks of variables to recode in order to exclude any non-numeric variables. But with it took me <20 seconds!
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Cédric Scherer Jan 24
2020/04 🎶 Spotify Songs As I said before, too many options, so I came up with this monster about: THE G🟡LDEN AGE OF HIP HOP 🎤 💯%
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Solomon Kurz Jan 25
The 0.0.6 version of my project, “Doing Bayesian Data Analysis in and the ” is live. 1/2
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Kate Quigley 21h
If you have to do a Gantt chart, do it in R. Also, Gantt chart ≠ Gannet chart in grant applications...
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kasiek 21h
After a long⌛️finally here comes a new blog post!🎉 I dedicate this post to and : fantastic tools that allowed me to 1) web-scrape a tricky HTML table, 2) tidy it and make analysis-ready and 3) do it quickly and effortlessly!
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Yuan Tang Jan 23
Our {ggfortify} journal paper has reached over 100 citations! Super excited to see that it's been useful in research. With {autoplotly}📦, you can even dive into the plots interactively, powered by {ggplot2} and !
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Vishal Katti Jan 19
Would you like a notification once your script execution is complete?? RPushbullet is a viable solution and it works! I tried it myself..
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ilustat Jan 21
Three vectorised simulation approaches to the “Monty Hall Problem” in R: 1. Base R 2. Tinyverse - data.table 3. Tidyverse - dplyr & tidyr
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Matthew Smith Jan 25
Why is it that this does not work on the devel (0.8.99.9000) version of dplyr or the CRAN version (dplyr_0.8.3)? library(dplyr) iris %>% mutate( SomeCalc = select(., contains("pal.Length")) / select(., contains("tal.Length")) )
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Ian Cook Jan 21
tidyquery 0.2.0 is now on CRAN ✨ ✳️ supports data.table through dtplyr ✳️ supports join queries ✳️ includes new function show_dplyr()
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Caroline Kovacs Jan 23
Excellent first talk from Jeremy all about the
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Hedvig Skirgård Jan 19
Reminding myself again of how to make nice percent labels on stacked barplots in .. Hey team, we need to make this more straightforward. We know basically everyone wants them in the middle & with no decimals. Can we please get a simply solution :)?
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Antonio S. Chinchón Jan 25
The Chaos Game: an experiment about fractals, recursivity and creative coding | Fronkonstin
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Kathleen Wendt @ rstudio::conf(2020) 24h
En route to for the first time! TODO: 1. Hide ignorance in tidy tools workshop ( & ). 2. Track *most* of new info from conf talks. 3. Find a friend for dev day. 4. Introduce myself to at least 10 people. 5. Figure out the Yoda hype.
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Keenan Gao Jan 19
Upgrading and having to re-install every package ever... ahhhh. Thank the lord for to save half the time.
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John Davison Jan 23
You've got to search for the womble inside of you.
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Matthew Lincoln Jan 20
Musing about the very different way *impact* happens/is perceived in software vs. academia… a year ago I posted about a piece of my code that’s on your computer now if you use the (up to 6.7M downloads now)
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Gustavo 9h
Replying to @DrGMerchant
Podcast – Guest : Highlights: , a much-needed advice on self-care; the impact of teaching statistics the right way; the unseen diversity and how we should start noticing it (I've learned a lesson here)
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Hannah Frick 10h
Replying to @djnavarro
Those are some very looking nails!
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