Pimp my RMD: Tips for R Markdown – by Yan Holtz

R markdown creates interactive reports from R code, including interactive reports, documents, dashboards, presentations, and even books. Have a look at this awesome gallery of R markdown examples. Yan Holtz recently created a neat little overview of handy R Markdown tips and tricks that improve the appearance of output documents. He dubbed this overview Pimp my RMD….

Harry Plotter: Shiny App of Spell Usage

In my second Harry Plotter blog (22-Aug-2017), I wrote: I would like to demonstrate how regular expressions can be used to retrieve (sub)strings that follow a specific format. We could use regex to examine, for instance, when, and by whom, which magical spells are cast. Well, Prusinowskik (real name unknown) beat me to it, and how! S/He formed a comprehensive…

Beer-in-hand Data Science

Obviously, analysing beer data in high on everybody’s list of favourite things to do in your weekend. Amanda Dobbyn wanted to examine whether she could provide us with an informative categorization the 45.000+ beers in her data set, without having to taste them all herself. You can find the full report here but you may also…

R resources (free courses, books, tutorials, & cheat sheets)

Help yourself to these free books, tutorials, packages, cheat sheets, and many more materials for R programming. There’s a separate overview for handy R programming tricks. If you have additions, please comment below or contact me! LAST UPDATED: 2019-10-19 Table of Contents (clickable) Beginner Advanced Cheat sheets Data manipulation Data visualization Dashboards & Shiny Markdown…