R Weekly 2019-23 Simulating Emotions, Useful tools for publication
Hello and welcome to this new issue!
- Analyzing the Open Science Twitter community
- Step-by-step examples of building publication-quality figures in ggplot2 from ‘Fundamentals of Data Visualization’ by Claus Wilke
- Simulating Emotions during a Basketball Game - Just a Feeling in the Crowd
R in the Real World
R in Organizations
R in Academia
GitHub or Bitbucket
Videos and Podcasts
Gist & Cookbook
R Project Updates
Updates from R Core:
as.data.frame()treats 1D arrays the same as vectors, PR#17570.
R CMD configknows the values of
RANLIB, often set for LTO builds.
xcontains missing values now works for
algorithm="Stuetzle", also based on
smoothEnds(y)working with NA’s, and no longer segfaults for the
"Turlach"algorithm; reported by Hilmar Berger.
vcov(glm(<quasi>), dispersion = *)works correctly again, fixingPR#17571 thanks to Pavel Krivitsky.
stopifnot()gets new argument
exprObjectto allow an R object of class
expression(or other ‘language’) to work more consistently, thanks to suggestions by Suharto Anggono.
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Quotes of the Week
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