Category: R News
This blog post was first published at the CDSBMexico website. #CDSBMexico: remember to apply for BioC2019 travel scholarships!!Due date is March 15thhttps://t.co/iegG0qQzwuLet us help you! Here we give you some...continue reading.
Hello again! Typically I would start by describing a complicated problem that can be solved using machine or deep learning methods, but today I want to do something different, I...continue reading.
We’ve been getting some good uptake on our piping in R article announcement. The article is necessarily a bit technical. But one of its key points comes from the observation...continue reading.
The 7th use of R in Official Statistics conference is the event for all things R in the production and use of government statistics. The 7th installment of this conference...continue reading.
Introduction Last week I analyzed player rankings of the Arkham Horror LCG classes. This week I explain what I did in the data analysis. As I mentioned, this is the...continue reading.
In today’s blog post, we show you how to improve the interactivity of Plotly histograms with automatically new rebinning. Der Beitrag Fixing the most common problem with Plotly histograms erschien...continue reading.
A Tale of Two (Small Belgian) Cities with Open Data: Official Crime Statistics and Self-Reported Feelings of Safety in Leuven and Vilvoorde
In this post, we will analyze government data from the Flemish region in Belgium on A) official crime statistics and B) self-reported feelings of safety among residents of Flanders. We...continue reading.
If I keep holding out, will the light shine through? (Come Back, Pearl Jam) Imagine that you are writing the story of your life. Almost sure you will make allusions...continue reading.
The post Strategic Data Science: Creating Value With Data Big and Small appeared first on The Lucid Manager. A pragmatic approach to creating value for businesses with useful, sound and...continue reading.
In the most recent issue of the R Journal, I have a new paper out with coauthors John Nash and Spencer Graves. Check out the abstract: Today, the enormous number...continue reading.