My blog as a software developer, data enthusiast, traveler and biostatistician — posting to https://www.r-bloggers.comMy coding projects can be found on the coding projects page.
The specflow and cucumber.io for R. Enabling non-coders to interpret test reports for R-packages, moreover allowing non-coders to create test cases. A step towards simple r package validation. Table of contents […]
When starting analyzing last.fm scrobbles with the last.week and last.year function I was always missing some plots or a pure data table. That is why I developed the package “analyzelastfm” […]
How would I miss to program just a little bit during the holiday season? But I didn’t want to work on something serious, so I decided to checkout some ground […]
A few month ago I joined the R/Pharma conference in Cambridge, MA. As a take away I thought of my project and how I can improve, with solutions others provided. […]
Software can save lifes! — R and Python programming language rank in the Top10 of programming languages today. Both languages come out of open-source and research environments and are now moving into the industry. Testing […]
A step by step guide on how to include custom inputs into R Shiny. This guide is going through an example of a custom input build from jQuery. After the […]
Use Thor’s hammer to get data scientists ready to work faster than you ever thought. Welcome to your new office! Let’s take a look into your computer with your supervisor […]
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