I saw this post on Reddit’s r/dataisbeautiful showing this plot of streaming services market share, comparing 2020 to 2021
and thought it looked like a good candidate for trying out some plot improvement techniques.[Read More]
You may have seen the memes going around about fun ways to program the
isEven() which returns
TRUE if the input is even,
FALSE otherwise. I had a play with this and it turned into enough for a
blog post, and a nice walk through some features of R.
As soon as the R-Foundation posted that they’re inviting cleanup of old bugs, I knew it would be an opportunity to learn more about the way R works on the inside.[Read More]
This is the last update to this strange saga… I hope.
This started out as a “hey, I wonder…” sort of thing, but as usual, they tend to end up as interesting voyages into the deepest depths of code, so I thought I’d write it up and share. Shoutout to [@coolbutuseless](https://twitter.com/coolbutuseless) for proving that a little curiosity can go a long way and inspiring me to keep digging into interesting topics.
I’ve been using the reticulate package occasionally for a while now, so I was surprised to see that it had only just been officially released.
@rstudio) March 26, 2018[Read More]
If that’s not a great 1960’s band name then I don’t know what is (hint: I don’t know what is).[Read More]
This was just going to be a few Tweets but it ended up being a bit of a rollercoaster of learning for me, and I haven’t blogged in far too long, so I’m writing it up quickly as a ‘hey look at that’ example for newcomers.[Read More]