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R: Samples and Populations

This article aims to show you how to either create a random population or import a dataset then take a random sample using R. What is a Sample? So when you have a population of something, you'll start to notice that the population has certain characteristics. The characteristics (or parameters)

R: How to Configure TextMate for R

If you are using TextMate and you want to run an R script using cmd + R, you will first need to configure the editor. Here's how: Step 1 - Install R Bundles Go to Preferences > Bundles and select: "R", "R Console (R.app)" and "

Finance: Calculating Annuities using ES6

Annuities are cool. They're fixed payments over a period of time. If you're living in England, there's another financial product called a consol that is an annuity that pays out in perpetuity. Amazing. Below are simplified examples of how to calculate present value and future value for annuities. I wasn't

Statistics: Calculating Probabilities using ES6

Suppose you wanted to calculate the percentage of men that weigh inbetween 140 and 170 lbs. This is possible if you carry a few data points such as the average weight of men (mean), the standard deviation, and the specific weight you want to measure (data point). Step 0 -

R: Create Interactive Charts using R and Shiny

Shiny is a package within R that helps data scientists and developers create interactive web applications. Are you a data scientist who knows R but can't figure out how React, Angular, or Vue JS? Then this is the framework for you. How does Shiny Work? Shiny borrows from the reactive
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