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By Andy Nicholls.

I recently taught an R training course to a group of pharmaceutical statisticians and programmers and over lunch we touched upon the topic of the number of CRAN packages and how a newcomer might find the ‘right’ package(s) for them amongst so many alternatives. Indeed, as I w...

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By Aimee Gott.

This year the R user conference was held at the University of Castilla-La Mancha, Albacete, Spain. The talks covered a broad range of topics but the main themes were working with big data and how we can make computation in R faster.

In his invited talk, Hadley Wickham spoke abou...

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By Aimee Gott.

This year the R user conference was held at the University of Castilla-La Mancha, Albacete, Spain. The talks covered a broad range of topics but the main themes were working with big data and how we can make computation in R faster.

In his invited talk, Hadley Wickham spoke abou...

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By Chris Campbell

A small but dedicated group of R enthusiasts braved the cold Spring weather to gather around the warm glow of R. This time Bar Odder was especially warm as a raucous party had been booked into the other half of the function room.

We started with the usual pre-meeting training c...

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By Chris Campbell

A small but dedicated group of R enthusiasts braved the cold Spring weather to gather around the warm glow of R. This time Bar Odder was especially warm as a raucous party had been booked into the other half of the function room.

We started with the usual pre-meeting training c...

Continue reading...