The number of downloads that a package has can tell us a number of things.
This small tutorial was developed for a talk / workshop that Phil Bowsher gave at the EPA.
library(tidyverse) terrorists <- googlesheets::gs_url("https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1LYQakIwGosibDHJKJqZgjM39qpSlp_gFG29zJ6paDAI/edit#gid=956062857") %>% googlesheets::gs_read() terrorist_by_race ## # A tibble: 7 x 6 ## race n fatalities injured total_victims `%` ## <chr> <int> <dbl> <dbl> <dbl> <dbl> ## 1 white 63 554 1067 1621 69.
Over the past few years we have seen Google Trends becoming quite ubiquitous in politics.
As the primaries approach, I am experiencing a mix of angst, FOMO, and excitement.
Introducing genius You want to start analysing song lyrics, where do you go?
get started here Since I created genius, I’ve wanted to make a version for python.
This post will go over extracting feature (variable) importance and creating a function for creating a ggplot object for it.
The Jargon The Generic Method The Default Method sf method tbl_graph method Review (tl;dr) Lately I have been doing more of my spatial analysis work in R with the help of the sf package.
Sometimes due to limitations of software, file uploads often have a row limit.
In an earlier posting I wrote about having to break a single csv into multiple csvs.
Over the past several weeks I have been helping students, career professionals, and people of other backgrounds learn R.
knitr::opts_chunk$set(eval=FALSE) Introducing geniusR geniusR enables quick and easy download of song lyrics.