I somewhat recently went through the excercise of writing a simple R package based around the steamspy API.
XML parsing is a pain, and I learned about SMOG (not the pollution kind)
tidytext 4 life, ggplot, self-care!
Live-tweeting Evolution 2016 was pretty cool. Here are some figures and advice on how to do the same for your own upcoming conference.
streamR and tidytext are pretty cool if you use R, yo
Glory to Keras, tensorflow autoencoders , the first Kaggle submission, and getting over forking/using using code (nearly) verbatim
The hello-world of tensorflow and machine-learning is still kinda hard-core
TL;DR I made a TensorFlow Dockerfile w/ some data science bells and whistles, Python3
Embrace python3 ye fellow scientific dinosaurs, the gilded age of 2.7 is finally past (It's the default in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS)
How does one easily date-restrict file ranges in R (I know how in Python)? This is something of a short precurser post to a series of longer analyses where I...
Using R, ggplot2, and cowplot to datamine and determine things you already knew about your photography habits
Aside: if you’re here you probably already know about the book, but Nicholas Felton’s new book Photoviz looks wicked cool.
vectors are for cool kids
I guess I learned something valuable about reinventing the webpage over and over again
Well, as I mentioned yesterday I started diving into git and am already on the third version of a website, after going through pelican (after @wrightingapril...
Well, here begins my attempts to carve out a website. I will note my original inspiration was a pelican blog style after April Wright’s website which I inten...