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...

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...

Nomen omen

Share Tweet After resisting this for way too long, I’ve finally decided it was time to release more widely a couple of the R packages I’ve been working on $-$ I’ve put them on GitHub, hence the mug… In both cases, while I think the packages do work n...