Text adventures dominated the computer gaming world in the 1980s. This article explains how to write interactive fiction using the R language., The post The Secret of Landusia: A Text...continue reading.
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The post 5½ Reasons to Ditch Spreadsheets for Data Science: Code is Poetry appeared first on The Lucid Manager. When I studied civil engineering some decades ago, we solved all...continue reading.
Literature reviews are the cornerstone of science. Keeping abreast of developments within any given field of enquiry has become increasingly difficult given the enormous amounts of new research. Databases and...continue reading.
In the 1980s I spent my time writing code on my 8-bit ZX81 and Atari computers. I learnt everything I know about programming from copying and modifying printed code listings...continue reading.
We all hate the experience of calling a service provider and being placed on hold for a very long time. Organisations that take their level of service seriously plan their...continue reading.
Euler Problem 33 takes us back to the world of fractions from our primary school days. This article explains how to solve Euler Problem 33 with R and shows how...continue reading.
Emacs is the swiss-army chainsaw of software, the ultimate killer app. This article explains the basics of using R with Emacs and ESS, including an example of literate programming in...continue reading.
This article describes how to scrape a website to analyse 72 definitions or marketing, collected by Heidi Cohen, using the Rvest and Tidytext packages in the R language. The post...continue reading.
This article provides a solution in the R language for Euler Problem 144: How many times does a laser bounce inside an elliptical mirror before the light beam exits it?...continue reading.
How can R be used to conduct qualitative data science? An example analyses interviews with customer advocacy groups and regulators of water utilities using the RQDA package. The post Qualitative...continue reading.
Various methods to approximate and visualise the digits of pi using the R computing language for statistics. The apparent randomness of the decimal expression of Pi is a source for...continue reading.
Topology is the silly putty of mathematics. One of the strangest shapes in topology is the Möbius strip. This strip is a surface with only one side. This article shows...continue reading.
Many water utilities are implementing or considering digital metering. This article describes analysing digital water meter data using the data science Tidyverse library. The post Analysing Digital Water Meter Data...continue reading.
This article simulates water consumption to assist with developing leak detection algorithms. Simulating water consumption helps to develop business tools. The post Simulating Water Consumption to Develop Analysis and Reporting...continue reading.