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R is an interpreted programming language with vectorized data structures. This means a single R command can ask for very many arithmetic operations to be performed. This also means R...continue reading.
In my previous post, I showed how to use cdata package along with ggplot2‘s faceting facility to compactly plot two related graphs from the same data. This got me thinking:...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.
Maps with pie charts on top of each administrative division: an example with Luxembourg’s elections data
You can find the data used in this blog post here: https://github.com/b-rodrigues/elections_lux This is a follow up to a previous blog post where I extracted data of the 2018 Luxembourguish...continue reading.
Julia is a Data Scientist at Stack Overflow, has a PhD in astrophysics and an abiding love for Jane Austen (which we totally understand!). Before moving into Data Science and...continue reading.
From time to time, I work with “open data” published by public authorities. Often, these data do not deserve the … Read More →continue reading.
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Authors: John Mount, and Nina Zumel 2018-10-25 As a followup to our previous post, this post goes a bit deeper into reasoning about data transforms using the cdata package. The...continue reading.
Join us at the EARL US Roadshow – a conference dedicated to the real-world usage of R EARL, the Enterprise Applications of the R Language Conference is set to embark...continue reading.
I recently wrote several blog posts with many tweets1 as a way of taking notes during the American Society of Human Genetics 2018 conference. A few friends asked me how...continue reading.