Category: R Language

Speed up your R Work

Speed up your R Work

Share Tweet Introduction In this note we will show how to speed up work in R by partitioning data and process-level parallelization. We will show the technique with three different R ...
Cone Plots in Plotly with Python

Cone Plots in Plotly with Python

Share Tweet Cone plots (also known as 3-D quiver plots) represent vector fields defined in some region of the 3-D space. A vector field associates to each point of coordinates (x, y, ...
Writing Pipe-friendly Functions

Writing Pipe-friendly Functions

Share Tweet Pipes have been a fundamental aspect of computer programming for many decades. In short, the semantics of pipes can be thought of as taking the output from the left-hand s...
New Course: Python for R Users

New Course: Python for R Users

Share Tweet Here is the course link. Course Description Python and R have seen immense growth in popularity in the "Machine Learning Age". They both are high-level languages that are ...
Call for submissions open!

Call for submissions open!

Share Tweet Experienced and wannabe speakers; R professionals and enthusiasts; people with good ideas and will to share them: this is who we are looking for. For what? For our Call fo...
[ggplot2] Welcome viridis !

[ggplot2] Welcome viridis !

Share Tweet Let’s welcome the viridis palette into the new version of {ggplot2}! Viri-what ? viridis is one of the favorite color palettes of one of the member of the team (guesswho)....
a thread to bin them all [puzzle]

a thread to bin them all [puzzle]

Share Tweet The most recent riddle on the Riddler consists in finding the shorter sequence of digits (in 0,1,..,9) such that all 10⁴ numbers between 0 (or 0000) and 9,999 can be found...