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Using R with Emacs and ESS

Emacs is the swiss-army chainsaw of software, the ultimate killer app. This article explains the basics of using R with Emacs and ESS.

Tap Water Sentiment Analysis using Tidytext

In developed countries, tap water is safe to drink and available for a meagre price. Despite the fact that high-quality drinking water is almost freely available, the consumption of bottled water is increasing every year. Bottled water companies use sophisticated… Continue Reading →

Writing academic articles using R Sweave and LaTeX

One of my favourite activities in R is using Markdown to create business reports. Most of my work I export to MS Word to communicate analytical results with my colleagues. For my academic work and eBooks, I prefer LaTeX to produce… Continue Reading →

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