Tag - Windows

A few thoughts on the existing code parallelization

(This article was first published on Fun with R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) A few weeks ago I worked on some old code parallelization. The whole process made me think about how efficient parallelization of the existing code in R can really...

anytime 0.3.3

Share Tweet A new minor clean-up release of the anytime package arrived on CRAN overnight. This is the fourteenth release, and follows the 0.3.2 release a good week ago. anytime is a very focused package aiming to do just one thing really well: to co...

Fixing “Peer certificate cannot be authenticated”

(This article was first published on R | Exegetic Analytics, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) I’m currently getting the following error on a Windows machine: > devtools::install_github("hadley/readr") Error in curl::curl_fetch_disk(url, x$pat...

Frank Chen

In a few years, no investors are going to be looking for AI startups Despite the click-baity title, I mean it. I believe that in 2 years, no investor is going to be explicitly looking to fund AI-powered startups. Given that nearly all the startups we...

Knit directly to jupyter notebooks from RStudio

Share Tweet Did you know that you can completely replace the “knitting” engine in R Markdown documents? Well, you can! Why would you want to do this? Well, in the case of this post, to commit the unpardonable sin of creating a clunky jupyter notebook...

littler 0.3.4: More updated examples

Share Tweet The fifth release of littler as a CRAN package is now available, following in the now more than ten-year history as a package started by Jeff in 2006, and joined by me a few weeks later. littler is the first command-line interface for R a...

Mini R Quizzes

(This article was first published on http://r-addict.com, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) Data Science is sometimes a stressful and responsible job… so we spontaneously organize mini R quizzes in our R team at the company! Chaining R packages O...

nanotime 0.1.0: Now on Windows

Share Tweet Last month, we released nanotime, a package to work with nanosecond timestamps. See the initial release announcement for some background material and a few first examples. nanotime relies on the RcppCCTZ package for high(er) resolution ti...