Anyone who has a long commute or who has to travel with work knows the importance of podcasts. Podcasts allow you turn otherwise useless time, into something both productive and interesting. In this blog post, we’ll describe some of our favourite podcasts. This list isn’t meant to be exhaustive, it’s just what we are currently
Styling ggplot2 graphics In our previous post, we demonstrated that contrary to popular opinion, it is possible to generate attractive looking plots using just base graphics. Although we did confess, that it did take a lot of time and effort. In this post, we repeat the same exercise. Using the dreaded iris data set, we’ll
So it’s here… After lots of entries (147 to be precise), we can finally announce the winner of the WhyR 2018 Competition! But first, we have to tell you quickly about how we picked the winner. How we did it So it really wasn’t that hard. We held the questionnaire on typeform. Conveniently, my colleague has
The competition It’s competition time! We’re sponsoring Why R? 2018 Conference. The conference runs from the 2-5th of July in Wroclaw, Poland and us nice folks here at Jumping Rivers are giving away a free ticket to the conference! The competition To enter your name into the prize draw all you have to do is
The Main Competition The Secondary Competition What next? The results of the eRum competition are in! Before we announce the winners we would like to thank everyone who entered. It has been a pleasure to look at all of the ideas on show. The Main Competition The winner of the main competition is Lukasz Janiszewski.
Regex: The backslash, \ Regex: The hat ,^, and dollar, $ Regex: Round parentheses,(), and the pipe, | Regex: Square parentheses,, and the asterisk, * Regular expressions. How they can be cruel! Well we’re here to make them a tad easier. To do so we’re going to make use of the stringr package install.packages("stringr") library("stringr")