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How to use tidy eval in R

Do you want to use ggplot2, dplyr, or other tidyverse functions in your own functions? This easy example shows how

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What's next for blockchain technology? | TECH(talk)

Over the past few years, blockchain has grown and evolved as it’s been rolled out in a variety of industries. It looks like 2019 will be the year blockchain gets even more enmeshed in financial services and FinTech. Computerworld’s...

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Run Python in R code

While R is a useful language, Python is also great for data science and general-purpose computing. See how to run Python code within an R script and pass data between Python and R

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What programming languages rule the Internet of Things?

Does the IoT run on the same programming languages that drive the rest of the technology world? Yes, mostly.


R tip: Write your own RStudio addins

This RStudio Addins tutorial shows step by step how to create an addin for the RStudio IDE


R tip: Creating color-coded calendars

See how well you’re achieving daily goals with a color-coded calendar made in R


R tip: Addins and keyboard shortcuts

Discover an easy way to use key-value pairs in R


R tip: Quick lookup tables with named vectors

Learn an easy method to use key-value pairs in R


R tip: Keep passwords and tokens secure with the keyring package

Learn how to store credentials in an encrypted, secure keyring within R


R tip: Sparklines in HTML tables

Learn how to add sparklines to HTML tables in R with the DT and sparkline packages


R tip: Quick Interactive Tables

See how to create an interactive HTML table with one line of code. Plus, plenty of customizations

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R tip: Drag-and-drop ggplot

See how the new graphical user interface for ggplot2 works, thanks to the esquisse R package

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Do network pros need to up their DevOps chops?

For decades, network professionals needed to know router protocols and command-line interfaces, but with the advent of programmable networks, in order to advance in their careers it may be prudent to get training writing code.

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R tip: Reshape data with tidyr

See how the tidyr R package’s gather and spread functions work. Plus a bonus look at labeling in ggplot2

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R tip: Schedule R scripts on a Mac

Learn how to run R scripts from the Mac command line. Then, see how to schedule R scripts with cron jobs and the cronR package.

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Craig McLuckie and Joe Beda, creators of Kubernetes | True Technologist Ep 4

In this episode of True Technologist, the inventors of the open source project Kubernetes, Craig McLuckie and Joe Beda, talk about the technology's benefits in the enterprise

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Cisco: How AI and machine learning are going to change your network

Cisco's new server -- the UCS C480 ML -- is targeted at supporting machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) applications, but that’s only the beginning.

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Joel Spolsky, co-founder of Stack Overflow, on the future of software development | True Technologist Ep 3

In this episode of True Technologist, Stack Overflow CEO Joel Spolsky, who authors a software development blog and created the project management software Trello, talks with host Eric Knorr about the agile methodology, DevOps and the...

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