I am someone who regularly uses R, and my interest in programming languages means that on a semi-regular basis spend time reading blog posts about the language. Over the last...continue reading.
The finafit package brings together the day-to-day functions we use to generate final results tables and plots when modelling. I spent many years repeatedly manually copying results from R analyses...continue reading.
In the last months, I started increasingly using Rmd documents for preparing scientific reports, blog posts, etcetera. While I really like the flexibility offered by the system, one thing that I thought...continue reading.
So, Strava’s heatmap made quite a stir the last few weeks. I decided to give it a try myself. I wanted to create some kind of “personal heatmap” of my...continue reading.
[crayon-5b7bf0b57c71c617194310-i/] is a useful frequentist approach to hierarchical/multilevel linear regression modelling. For good reason, the model output only includes t-values and doesn’t include p-values (partly due to the difficulty in estimating...continue reading.
Hello R-users, On June 29th we had the great pleasure to host the RStudio in Milano at Impact Hub. It went absolutely well with great participation, thank you all! This...continue reading.
Running R on the cloud isn’t very difficult. This demo shows how to get Rstudio running on Amazon Web Services. To run R on the cloud we need to initiate...continue reading.
We are ready for the third R-Lab, the monthly appointment where we co-work together on a real data science problem using R. This time the R-Lab is promoted by nothing...continue reading.
How to combine Google Maps with a Choropleth shapefile of Holland in R: Amsterdam neighbourhoods (postal codes) by number of customers
This blog hands you the R code needed to create a choropleth heatmap on top of a Google Maps plot of Amsterdam. With this plot you can easily compare the...continue reading.