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When working with the ggplot2 package, I often find myself playing around with colors for longer than I probably should be. I think …

I just wrapped up a mini-project that allowed me to do a handful of things I’ve been meaning to do: Try out the {flexdashboard} …

I’m always intrigued by data science “meta” analyses or programming/data-science. For example, Matt Dancho’s analysis of renown data …

I’m happy to announce that I’ve finished converting the bulk of my old posts to an e-book, using the Yihui Xie’s wonderful {bookdown} …

In this post, I’ll continue my discussion of working with regularly sampled interval data using R. (See my previous post for some …

In my job, I often work with data sampled at regular intervals. Samples may range from 5-minute intervals to daily intervals, depending …

While brainstorming about cool ways to practice text mining with R I came up with the idea of exploring my own Google search history. …

UPDATE: This post was updated on 2019-06-30. I love podcasts. I would estimate that I listen to between 1 to 6 (yes, 6 ) per day. …

As a person who’s worked with various programming languages over time, I have become interested in the nuances and overlaps among …

If you’re not completely new to the data science community (specifically, the #rstats community), then you’ve probably seen …

As of today, I’ve officially made the jump to using the R package blogdown (which uses the Hugo static-site generator under the …

Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) are wonderful resources for people like me who have a passion to learn. In a nutshell, they are …

NOTE TO READER: This post was written in reference to my previous attempt at a blog, which was named Number (Non-)Sense. Nevertheless, …