Aiming to ease your RStudio::Conf FOMO by sharing as much R and conference information as possible. The goal is to help everyone feel included, ready to level up their R...continue reading.
Version 0.6.0 of the hrbrthemes🔗 package should be hitting a CRAN mirror near you soon. Apart from some general documentation and code cleanup this release includes the dark theme folks...continue reading.
So this came as a surprise, when working on calculating simple statistics on my dataset, in particular min, max and median. First two are trivial. The last one was the...continue reading.
If you plan to do anything with the raster package you should definitely consider parallelize all your processes, especially if you are working with very large image files. I couldn’t find...continue reading.
A monthly roundup of news about Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Data Science. This is an eclectic collection of interesting blog posts, software announcements and data applications from Microsoft and...continue reading.
The future package is a powerful and elegant cross-platform framework for orchestrating asynchronous computations in R. It’s ideal for working with computations that take a long time to complete; that...continue reading.
Clusterlab is a CRAN package (https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/clusterlab/index.html) for the routine testing of clustering algorithms. It can simulate positive (data-sets with >1 clusters) and negative controls (data-sets with 1 cluster). Why test...continue reading.
I’m happy to announce that version 0.8.0 of my ggeffects-package is on CRAN now. The update has fixed some bugs from the previous version and comes along with many new...continue reading.
Please help share our news and this discount. The second edition of our best-selling book Practical Data Science with R2, Zumel, Mount is featured as deal of the day at...continue reading.
Alright, seems like this is developing into a blog where I am increasingly investigating my own music listening habits.Recently, I’ve come across the analyzelastfm package by Sebastian Wolf. I used...continue reading.