(Or, how to write a Shiny app.R file that only contains a single line of code)

Mark Sellors, Head of Data Engineering

This post is long overdue. The information contained herein has been built up over years of deploying and hosting Shiny apps, particularly in production environments, and mainly...

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Owen Jones, Placement Student

Songwriting is a very mysterious process. It feels like creating something from nothing. It’s something I don’t feel like I really control.

-- Tracy Chapman

It is February. The shortest, coldest, wettest, miserablest month of the British year.

Only two thing...

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Ensuring your analytic IP is given the attention it deserves

It is now widely recognised that data is the key to making informed business decisions. As such, models and code are the tools used to extract insight and should be considered very valuable IP for an organisation.

Considering data as a...

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Graham Parsons

At Mango we’re often giving R training in locations where a reliable WiFi connection is not always guaranteed, so if we need trainees to download packages from CRAN it can be a show-stopper.

Here are a couple of code snippets that are useful to download packages from CRAN onto a U...

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R has come a long way since its inception in the early 1990s. Although data scientists have been singing its praises for years now, myths about R and its use in financial services and big data analytics still persist.

In this article, we’ll address six of the most common misconceptions about u...

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