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By Jinjing Xie - Consultant, Shanghai.

The challenge here is interesting but also very clear: for a given un-ordered vector of numbers, select from it a longest increasing (or decreasing) subsequence. This subsequence may not be unique.

For example, in the following sequence,

62 49 42 54 59 39...

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By Jinjing Xie - Consultant, Shanghai.

The challenge here is interesting but also very clear: for a given un-ordered vector of numbers, select from it a longest increasing (or decreasing) subsequence. This subsequence may not be unique.

For example, in the following sequence,

62 49 42 54 59 39...

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By Andy Nicholls

UseR! 2014 is now over. As usual there were many interesting talks and I couldn’t attend them all but from the talks that I did attend there were definitely some themes developing. The first theme is documentation. RStudio have clearly spent considerable effort integrating shiny...

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By Andy Nicholls

UseR! 2014 is now over. As usual there were many interesting talks and I couldn’t attend them all but from the talks that I did attend there were definitely some themes developing. The first theme is documentation. RStudio have clearly spent considerable effort integrating shiny...

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By Kate Hanley.

I may be biased, but I strongly believe that R is one of the best tools out there for performing statistical analyses and related tasks. It is driven by academia, so cutting-edge methods are available quickly and painlessly, and many of the world’s foremost statistics and data mi...

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