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While I was browsing the website of fellow R blogger Ryo Nakagawara1, I was intrigued by his “Visualizations” page. The concept of …

Unfortunately, I haven’t had as much time to make blog posts in the past year or so. I started taking classes as part of Georgia …

Some Context Those of you non-academia folk who work in industry (like me) are probably conscious of any/all periodic reports that an …

UPDATE (2019-07-07): Check out this {usethis} article for a more automated way of doing a pull request. To be honest, I planned on …

I had the wonderful opportunity to participate in the {tidyverse} Developer Day the day after rstudio::conf2019 officially wrapped up. …

Introduction I’ve written some “tutorial”-like content recently—see here, here, and here—but I’ve …

UPDATE: The data retrieval demonstrated in this post no longer seems to work due to a change in the ESPN’S “secret” …

Introduction Much discussion in the R community has revolved around the proper way to implement the “split-apply-combine”. In …

Introduction As a follow-up to a previous post about correlations between Texas high school academic UIL competition scores and SAT/ACT …

Two awesome things inspired this post: {ggplot2}’s version 3.0 release on CRAN, including full support for the {sf} package and new …

Introduction I wanted to do a follow-up on my series of posts about Texas high school University Interscholastic League (UIL) academic …

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Competition Participation Some of the first questions that might come to mind are those regarding the number of schools in each level …

Let’s take a look at individual competitors in the academic UIL competitions. Individual Participation The first question that …

Having investigated individuals elsewhere, let’s now take a look at the schools. NOTE: Although I began the examinations of …

There’s a lot to analyze with the Texas high school academic UIL data set. Maybe I find it more interesting than others due to my …

Don’t Repeat Yourself (DRY) Probably everyone who has done some kind of programming has heard of the “Don’t Repeat Yourself” (DRY) …

I’ve experimented with the {flexdashboard} package for a couple of things after first trying out not so long ago. In particular, I …

The Problem I have a bunch of data that can be categorized into many small groups. Each small group has a set of values for an ordered …

NOTE: This write-up picks up where the previous one left off. All of the session data is carried over. Color Similarity Now, I’d like …