Monthly Archive: November 2017
The story about design of ruler package: dplyr-style exploration and validation of data frame like objects. Some time ago I had a task to write data validation code. As for...continue reading.
Last night, the MünsteR R user-group had another great meetup: Karin Groothuis-Oudshoorn, Assistant Professor at the University of Twente, presented her R package mice about Multivariate Imputation by Chained Equations....continue reading.
Hello and welcome to this new issue! Highlight repurrrsive: Recursive lists to use in teaching and examples Tidyverse Case Study: Exploring the Billboard Charts ochRe – Australia themed colour palettes...continue reading.
The pile of papers, books and data-sets, relating to previously released draft chapters of my Empirical software engineering book, has been growing, and cluttering up my mind. I decided to...continue reading.
Stan is probably the most interesting development in computational statistics in the last few years, at least for me. The version of Hamiltonian Monte-Carlo (HMC) implemented in Stan (NUTS, )...continue reading.
Introduction Market Basket Analysis or association rules mining can be a very useful technique to gain insights in transactional data sets, and it can be useful for product recommendation. The...continue reading.
This package lets you analyze the variables of a dataset, to evaluate how is the shape of your data. Consider this the first step for modeling.continue reading.
You know the drill by now. Grab the tweets. Generate the report using RMarkdown. Push to Github. Publish the report. This time it’s the Australian Bioinformatics & Computational Biology Society...continue reading.