Tag Archives: tyler rinker

Math Notation for R Plot Titles: expression, bquote, & Greek Letters

In this post you will learn: How to create expressions that have mixed (1) strings, (2) expressions, (3) variables & (4) Greek letters How to pass in values as variables to an expression I wanted to name this post “Ahhhhhhhhhhh #$@%&!!!!” … Continue reading

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Using R to Reason & Test Theory: A Case Study from the Field of Reading Education

Note: Word Press messes up the code. Find the code here: https://github.com/trinker/RandomCaseEffect This past week I was preparing slides for a reading assessment class with a lecture focus on the Visual Word Form Area [VWFA] (Cohen, et al., 2000). This … Continue reading

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Minimal, Explicit, Python Style Package Loading for R

About a year and a half back I was working in Python a bit and became accustomed to the explicit importing of modules (akin to R packages) and functions. Python imports packages like this: import tidyr import dplyr as dp … Continue reading

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Easily Make Multi-tabbed .xlsx Files with openxlsx

This is a quick script showing how to make multi-tabbed .xlsx files. I recently had the need to do this and used the flexible openxlsx package maintained by : Alexander Walker. The package is described by the author like this: … Continue reading

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googleformr at Work: Pneumatic Road Tube Allegory

Steve Simpson (@data_steve) created the googleformr package to enable users to easily send information to a Google Form.  It’s a nice way to send and securely store data via R and the price is great…FREE! A Pneumatic Road Tube Allegory…Kinda … Continue reading

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pacman Ver 0.4.1 Release

It was just over a year ago that Dason Kurkiewicz and I released pacman to CRAN.  We have been developing the package on GitHub in the past 14 months and are pleased to announce these changes have made their way … Continue reading

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How do I re-arrange??: Ordering a plot re-revisited

Several years back I wrote a two part blog series in response to seeing questions about plotting and reordering on list serves, talkstats.com, and stackoverflow.  Part I discussed the basics of reordering plots by reordering factor levels.  The essential gist was: … Continue reading

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pacman 0.2.0: Initial CRAN Release

We’re please to announce the first CRAN release of pacman v. 0.2.0. pacman is the combined work of Dason Kurkiewicz & Tyler Rinker. pacman is an R package management tool that combines the functionality of base library related functions into intuitively … Continue reading

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Scheduling R Tasks via Windows Task Scheduler

This post will allow you to impress your boss with your strong work ethic by enabling Windows R users to schedule late night tasks.  Picture it, your boss gets an email at 1:30 in the morning with the latest company … Continue reading

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Visualizing APA 6 Citations: qdapRegex 0.2.0 & qdapTools 1.1.0

qdapRegex 0.2.0 & qdapTools 1.1.0 have been released to CRAN.  This post will provide some of the packages’ updates/features and provide an integrate demonstration of extracting and viewing in-text APA 6 style citations from an MS Word (.docx) document. qdapRegex … Continue reading

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