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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild
Research assistant developing packages and tools at Monash University, Australia. Bee enthusiast 🐝
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild Jul 22
Time to update your résumé? 👷‍♂️👷‍♀️ Now's the time as vitae v0.2.0 is now on CRAN! 🥳📦 Release post: This release adds: - 5 new styles for your CV/résumé - a new vignette on using data from around the web with vitae - revamped bibliography support
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild Jul 21
Replying to @BrunoTestaguzza
Video is not yet available, however I will definitely tweet about it when it is! ⏲️
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild Jul 12
If you're at and want to chat about any of my packages (or pick up some stickers!) you can find me during the coffee break (11AM-11:30AM) just outside of Ariane 1+2. 🔎😀
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild Jul 11
My hexwall R script () has a hex sorting argument, that allows sorting by filename, random or colour. When sorting by colour, I resize the hexagons to just 1 pixel, and then arrange by the hue of that pixel.
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild Jul 11
Replying to @statsgen
It actually took less than 15 minutes! 😇
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild Jul 11
Fantastic talk and great package! 😇🍴
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild Jul 11
My talk today will explore the latest features from the fable package 📦📈. I'll be combining time series models, and also look at tsibble, feasts, fasster & fable.prophet packages (all in 15 minutes 🥴)! Take an early slide preview:
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild Jun 15
Introducing the tsibbledata package, now available on CRAN! 📈⏲️🥳 Contains 12 unique tidy time series datasets ready to explore with tsibble and the tidyverse. 📚 Release blog post: 🔎 pkgdown site:
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild Jun 14
My guess is that the allocation settings for this animation are too strict on the angle from the focal point. The focal point for this hex is Brisbane, and the angle conflicts with hexagons that focus on Sydney. Increasing `f_width` in `create_hexmap()`may give a better result.
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild Jun 12
Replying to @ma_salmon
Very cool.
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild Jun 12
As the templates use LaTeX, you can use your own LaTeX code to modify the templates or add new ones. If you do add a theme and want to contribute, PR are very welcome. There's a vignette on how to add new templates (or adjust existing ones):
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild May 15
Yes, this is a key advantage of the fable framework and the use-case that we had in mind when designing it. Currently it is set up for time series modelling only, however there is no reason why the same approach would not work in a cross-sectional setting.
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild May 15
"tidy" is taken to mean rectangular data structures that behave well within the tidyverse. In a time series context, this means that: data is a tsibble (tibble + time index & keys, rather than a ts vector) model(s) are a tibble (rather than arbitrary lists) forecasts are tsibbles
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild May 15
fable models store more than just coefficients and summary statistics. They must hold onto the time index (with ALTREP it should/could be small), but many models also store the fitted values, residuals and states of models. Models can be implemented as light weight, many are not.
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild May 14
Replying to @TetricAttack
To follow up on this, it is now possible to use specials like trend() with other functions such as ^2 and I(). This also means that you don't need to specify the new_data, as specials often compute use the future index directly.
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild May 14
Replying to @GlattliThomas
This is more of a tinytex question in that case - of which I'm not an expert. My best guess would be to re-install tinytex with the hopes that it would update tlmgr. tinytex::reinstall_tinytex()
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild May 14
Replying to @GlattliThomas
What happens when you try running this? tinytex::tlmgr_install("fancyhdr")
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild May 14
Replying to @GlattliThomas
fancyhdr should automatically be installed, are you using tinytex or some other manager?
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild Apr 18
Replying to @Mike_Hats55
The vitae package creates PDF documents which do not support interactive graphics. If/when HTML templates are added, these will support interactive components.
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Mitchell O'Hara-Wild Apr 16
I'm not sure what you mean with this. Do you have some specific examples of ML models that you'd like to use with fable?
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