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A Guide to Binge Watching R / Medicine 2021

September 8, 2021 | R Views

R / Medicine is a big deal. This year, the conference grew by 13% with 665 people from over 60 countries signing up for the virtual event which was held last month. 34% percent of the registrants were from outside of the United States and 17% identified as physicians. The conference is now an established international ...
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{clockify} Time Tracking from R

September 8, 2021 | R | datawookie

At Fathom Data we use Clockify to keep detailed records of the time that we spend working on our clients’ projects. Up until fairly recently we manually generated timesheets at the end of each month that were sent through to the clients along with their invoices. Our experience has been ...
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The Four Pipes of magrittr

September 6, 2021 | R on Data & The World

The magrittr package is a part of the extended tidyverse – i.e., not one of the ones normally loaded. It is the one that supplies the pipe operator (%__%), but it turns out that the package actually contains four pipe operators in total. All ar...
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RSwitch 2.1.2b Bug-fix Release

September 6, 2021 | hrbrmstr

RStudio is continuing to refine their 👍🏽 new product version string scheme, with the most recent change using something like the following for daily builds: RStudio-pro-2021.11.0-daily+23.pro1.dmg The full URL for these Amazon S3-hosted builds is something like:
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Mistakes: You’ll make a few

September 5, 2021 | Oscar

Running into errors and warnings is a completely normal part of programming – even the best of the best can count on it happening daily! Getting comfortable with what the errors mean and how to find the solution is part of your learning journey. Here’s a checklist (pdf /jpg) with … ...
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Simulation Smoother using RcppArmadillo

September 4, 2021 | Rcpp Gallery

Simulation smoothing involves drawing latent state variables in discrete-time state–space models from their conditional distribution given parameters and data as defined by McCausland, Miller, & Pelletier (2011). This tool greatly facilitates Bayes... [Read more...]

Climate circles

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The climate of a place is usually presented through climographs that combine monthly precipitation and temperature in a single chart. However, it is also interesting to visualize the climate on a daily scale showing the thermal amplitude and the daily average temperature. To do this, the averages for each day ...
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Covid Trajectories

September 3, 2021 | R on

I updated the covdata package for the first time in a while, as I’ll be using it to teach in the near future. As a side-effect, I ended up taking a look at what the ongoing polarization or divergence of the COVID experience is like in different p... [Read more...]
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