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The R Weekly podcast offers a quick description of the latest highlighted stories and other stories from the latest R Weekly issue, as curated by the R Weekly team and R community.
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The world of web-assembly in R continues to move fast with key updates to the webrcli & spidyr packages, and what has us excited about the mapgl package for producing amazing spatial visualizations. Episode LinksThis week's curator: Batool Almarzouq - @batool664 (X/Twitter)webrcli & spidyr: What’s newCreate a Compare slider widgetEntire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W28Supplement Resourcesmapgl package site https://walker-data.com/mapglMike's migrate package https://ketchbrookanalytics.github.io/migrate/Supporting the showUse the contact page at https://serve.podhome.fm/custompage/r-weekly-highlights/contact to send us your feedbackR-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index.A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) and @theRcast (X/Twitter) Mike Thomas: @mikethomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) and @mikeketchbrook (X/Twitter) Music credits powered by OCRemixSuper Buck II - Super Mario Bros 2 - Estradasphere - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR00577
The latest updates to the rayverse bring new meaning to smoothing out the rough edges of your next 3-D visualization, the momentum of DuckDB continues with the MotherDuck data warehouse, and the role nanoparquet plays to bring the benefits of parquet to small data sets.Episode LinksThis week's curator: Eric Nantz: @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) and @theRcast (X/Twitter)Sculpting the Moon in R: Subdivision Surfaces and Displacement MappingJoining the flock from R: working with data on MotherDucknanoparquet 0.3.0Entire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W26Supporting the showUse the contact page at https://serve.podhome.fm/custompage/r-weekly-highlights/contact to send us your feedbackR-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index.A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) and @theRcast (X/Twitter) Mike Thomas: @mikethomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) and @mikeketchbrook (X/Twitter) Music credits powered by OCRemixThe Amazon Session - Ducktales - Gux - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR00402Doomsday - Sonic & Knuckles - elzfernomusic - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR02532
How the newly-released CRAN package deadline metadata inspired multiple learning journeys of the latest Shiny features with one of your podcast hosts joining the ride, a fresh coat of frontend paint to the amazing R-Universe, and the innovations R brings to forensic analyses of handwriting.Episode LinksThis week's curator: Ryo Nakagawara - @RbyRyo@mstdn.social (Mastodon) & @RbyRyo) (X/Twitter)Expose CRAN deadlines and DOIsA fresh new look for R-universe!{handwriter} 3.1.1: Handwriting Analysis in R Entire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W25Supplement ResourcesEric's pull request to fix the shinylive version of the CRAN deadlines app https://github.com/matt-dray/cran-deadlines/pull/3The handwriter package documentation site https://csafe-isu.github.io/handwriter/index.htmlScraping the R-Weekly Highlights podcast https://github.com/iamYannC/r-podcastSimulations for 2024 Euro Cup and Copa America https://lukebenz.com/post/intlsoccer2024/Forecasting the UEFA Euro 2024 with a machine learning ensemble https://www.zeileis.org/news/euro2024/Supporting the showUse the contact page at https://serve.podhome.fm/custompage/r-weekly-highlights/contact to send us your feedbackR-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index.A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) and @theRcast (X/Twitter) Mike Thomas: @mikethomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) and @mikeketchbrook (X/Twitter) Music credits powered by OCRemixAcrophobia - Earthworm Jim - about:blank - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01568Cross-Examination - Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - PrototypeRaptor - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01846
A thoughtful perspective on why it's not an either/or situation with popular data processing paradigms in R, another case of being kind to future you with your Git commit messages, and satisfying the need for speed in the evolving geospatial space.Episode LinksThis week's curator: Tony Elhabr - @tonyelhabr@skrimmage.com (Mastodon) & @TonyElHabr (X/Twitter)Two Roads Diverged: Opinions on "dialects" in RWhy you need small, informative Git commitsMaking a Ridiculously Fast™ API ClientEntire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W24Supplement ResourcesWelcome to the {data.table} ecosystem project! https://rdatatable-community.github.io/The-Raft/posts/2023-10-15-introtogrant-toby_hocking/Pinball machines per capita https://www.sumsar.net/blog/pinball-machines-per-capita/New York R Conference Retrospective Panel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8Ec4ZktjJQigraph 2.0 https://igraph.org/2024/05/21/rigraph-2.0.0.htmlSupporting the showUse the contact page at https://serve.podhome.fm/custompage/r-weekly-highlights/contact to send us your feedbackR-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index.A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) and @theRcast (X/Twitter) Mike Thomas: @mikethomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) and @mikeketchbrook (X/Twitter) Music credits powered by OCRemixDevilSLAB - Final Fantasy VI - MkVaff - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR00250Ice Cap Zone (Pulse Mix) - Sonic the Hedgehog 3 - MkVaff - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR04400 
How vintage features in R could introduce chaos in your quest for a tibble & data.frame function, and the awesome potential of integrating custom parameters and conditional processing in your next Quarto workflow.Episode LinksThis week's curator: Jon Calder - @jonmcalder@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) & @jonmcalder (X/Twitter)Make your functions compa-tibbleCreating R tutorial worksheets (with and without solutions) using QuartoEntire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W23Supplement ResourcesInvariants: Comparing behavior with data frames https://tibble.tidyverse.org/articles/invariants.htmlgeoarrow: Extension types for geospatial data for use with 'Arrow' http://geoarrow.org/geoarrow-r/Customize your R startup message https://drmowinckels.io/blog/2024/rproject/About Podcasting Episode 10: Podcasting and Data Science with Eric Nantz https://www.aboutpodcasting.show/episodepage/podcasting-and-data-science-with-eric-nantz-from-the-r-weekly-highlights-podcastSupporting the showUse the contact page at https://serve.podhome.fm/custompage/r-weekly-highlights/contact to send us your feedbackR-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index.A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) and @theRcast (X/Twitter) Mike Thomas: @mikethomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) and @mikeketchbrook (X/Twitter) Chapter image creditsIllustrations from the Openscapes blog Tidy Data for reproducibility, efficiency, and collaboration by Julia Lowndes and Allison Horst https://www.openscapes.org/blog/2020/10/12/tidy-data/Introducing the Geoparquet data format https://getindata.com/blog/introducing-geoparquet-data-format/Music credits powered by OCRemixSalut Voisin! - Final Fantasy IV - colorado weeks, Aeroprism - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR04553
The recent patches in R that pave the way for a future object-oriented-programming framework to accompany S3 and S4, a treasure-trove of open spatial data ready for your mapping visualization adventures, and a collection of tips for the next time you refactor your testing scripts.Episode LinksThis week's curator: Jon Carroll - @jonocarroll@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) & @carroll_jono (X/Twitter)Generalizing Support for Functional OOP in RGetting and visualizing Overture Maps buildings data in RWhat I edit when refactoring a test fileEntire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W22Supplement ResourcesOverture Maps https://overturemaps.orgShiny Developer Series Episode 30 - The Connecticut COVID-19 Test Spotter App (Part 1) https://shinydevseries.com/interview/ep030/Introduction to vvcanvas https://vusaverse.github.io/posts/vvcanvas.htmlHow to Split a Number into Digits in R Using gsub() and strsplit() https://www.spsanderson.com/steveondata/posts/2024-05-22/Get a Free New Logo for Your R Package in Our Hex Design Contest - https://www.appsilon.com/post/hex-contestop3r - R client to the Open Podcast Prefix Project https://rpodcast.github.io/op3r/Supporting the showUse the contact page at https://serve.podhome.fm/custompage/r-weekly-highlights/contact to send us your feedbackR-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index.A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) and @theRcast (X/Twitter) Mike Thomas: @mikethomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) and @mikeketchbrook (X/Twitter) Music credits powered by OCRemixLiquid Puzzles - Baba Is You - Gaspode - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR04582Bar Hopping - Streets of Rage 2 - Jaxx - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR00437
An aesthetically-pleasing journey through the history of R, another demonstration of DuckDB's power with analytics, and how webR with shinylive brings new learning life to the Pharmaverse TLG gallery.Episode LinksThis week's curator: Sam Parmar - @parmsam@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) & @parmsam_ (X/Twitter)The Aesthetics Wiki - an R AddendumR Dplyr vs. DuckDB - How to Enhance Your Data Processing Pipelines with R DuckDBTLG Catalog 🤝 WebREntire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W20Supplement ResourcesEric joins Adam Curry & Dave Jones on Podcasting 2.0 Episode 179! https://podverse.fm/clip/dYmaWGIOcDuckDB quacks Arrow: A zero-copy data integration between Apache Arrow and DuckDB https://duckdb.org/2021/12/03/duck-arrow.htmlDemo repository for creating a Quarto workflow with {quarto-webr} and {quarto-pyodide} https://github.com/coatless-quarto/quarto-webr-pyodide-demoWhat's new in ShinyProxy 3.1.0 https://hosting.analythium.io/what-is-new-in-shinyproxy-3-1-0/Supporting the showUse the contact page at https://rweekly.fireside.fm/contact to send us your feedbackR-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index.A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) and @theRcast (X/Twitter) Mike Thomas: @mikethomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) and @mikeketchbrook (X/Twitter) Music credits powered by OCRemixGreen Glade Groove - Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest - TSori, dpMusicman, etc - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR04437Gerudo Desert Party - The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time - Reuben6 - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR03720
Our take on the important conversations spurred by the recent R deserialization CVE, how simulations may save you from cracking open that probability textbook, and recapping the exciting 2024 Shiny Conference.Episode LinksThis week's curator: Colin Fay - @colinfay@fosstodon.org & [@ColinFay]](https://twitter.com/ColinFay) (X/Twitter)Everything you never wanted to know about the R vulnerability, but shouldn't be afraid to askCalculating birthday probabilities with R instead of mathHighlights from ShinyConf 2024Entire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W19Supplement ResourcesR-bitrary Code Execution: Vulnerability in R’s Deserialization https://hiddenlayer.com/research/r-bitrary-code-execution/CVE-2024-27322 Should Never Have Been Assigned And R Data Files Are Still Super Risky Even In R 4.4.0 https://rud.is/b/2024/05/03/cve-2024-27322-should-never-have-been-assigned-and-r-data-files-are-still-super-risky-even-in-r-4-4-0/Safety Radar for RDA Files https://github.com/hrbrmstr/rdaradarR's new exploit: how it works & other ways you're vulnerable (Josiah Parry) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGvXEi4nG5kBogus CVE follow-ups https://daniel.haxx.se/blog/2023/09/05/bogus-cve-follow-ups/Data serialisation in R https://blog.djnavarro.net/posts/2021-11-15_serialisation-with-rds/Tapyr https://connect.appsilon.com/tapyr-docs/Podcast Index Database Dashboard (built with R and Quarto) https://rpodcast.github.io/pod-db-dash/Eric will be a guest on the Podcasting 2.0 show this Friday! (10-May-2024 1:30 PM EDT) https://podcastindex.org/podcast/920666 Supporting the showUse the contact page at https://rweekly.fireside.fm/contact to send us your feedbackR-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index.A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) and @theRcast (X/Twitter) Mike Thomas: @mikethomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) and @mikeketchbrook (X/Twitter) Music credits powered by OCRemixGreen Glade Groove - Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest - TSori, dpMusicman, etc - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR04437Salut Voisin! - Final Fantasy IV - colorado weeks, Aeroprism - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR04553
Why R 4.4.0 may reduce your trips to a certain kind of stack overflow, a call to update your favorite Shiny application code snippets, and how the steller ASTHOS Profile Shiny dashboard has your hosts blown away and fighting the urge to refactor their applications UIs!Episode LinksThis week's curator: Eric Nantz: @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) and @theRcast (X/Twitter)What's new in R 4.4.0?It's time to add bslib to your shinyapp snippetTailoring Shiny for Modern UsersEntire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W18Supplement ResourcesFull R 4.4.0 changelog https://cran.r-project.org/doc/manuals/r-release/NEWS.htmlR-bitrary Code Execution: Vulnerability in R’s Deserialization https://hiddenlayer.com/research/r-bitrary-code-execution/ASTHO Profile dashboard https://astho.shinyapps.io/profile/{plotcli} command-line plots for R https://github.com/cheuerde/plotcli Fritz Leisch (1968-2024) https://www.r-project.org/doc/obit/fritz.htmlSupporting the showUse the contact page at https://rweekly.fireside.fm/contact to send us your feedbackR-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index.A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) and @theRcast (X/Twitter) Mike Thomas: @mikethomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) and @mikeketchbrook (X/Twitter) Music credits powered by OCRemixTrippin' on the Bridge - Streets of Rage - lazygecko - http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR00993You Are Not Confined - Final Fantasy IX - Sonicade - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01064
Bringing interactivity to a staple graphical display in the genomics space, how one team is taking the box approach to sharing and developing modular R code, and a set of intriguing benchmarks with the newly-releaed duckplyr that have your hosts thinking of many possibilities.Episode LinksThis week's curator: Jon Carroll - @jonocarroll@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) & @carroll_jono (X/Twitter)Interactive volcano plots with the ggiraph R packageModular R code for analytical projects with {box}Kicking tyresEntire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W17Supplement ResourcesHow to interpret a volcano plot https://biostatsquid.com/volcano-plot/Source code behind Tim's {duckplyr} and {data.table} benchmarks https://git.sr.ht/~tim-taylor/duckplyr-benchmarksAttach to a DuckDB Database over HTTPS or S3 https://duckdb.org/docs/guides/networkcloudstorage/duckdboverhttpsors3Supporting the showUse the contact page at https://rweekly.fireside.fm/contact to send us your feedbackR-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index.A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) and @theRcast (X/Twitter) Mike Thomas: @mikethomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) and @mikeketchbrook (X/Twitter) Music credits powered by OCRemixSnow Cone Heaven - Ice Climber - Mazedude - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01176Cleaning Out Axis - Batman (NES) - Midee - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR03008
Another way to hop on LLM train with the chattr package, a clever use of defensive programming to get to those warnings in your tests faster, and a major milestone for the R-Hub project.Episode LinksThis week's curator: Tony Elhabr - @tonyelhabr@skrimmage.com (Mastodon) & @TonyElHabr (X/Twitter)Chat with AI in RStudioTest warnings fasterR-hub v2Entire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W16Supplement ResourcesR/Pharma 2023 presentation by Edgar Ruiz (GitHub Copilot in RStudio) - https://youtu.be/-Fjb8LZmTSIThe 2024 Appsilon Shiny Conference is just days away! https://www.shinyconf.com/Supporting the showUse the contact page at https://rweekly.fireside.fm/contact to send us your feedbackR-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index.A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) and @theRcast (X/Twitter) Mike Thomas: @mikethomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) and @mikeketchbrook (X/Twitter) Music credits powered by OCRemixMemories of a Master - Street Fighter II: The World Warrior - Captain Hogan - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR02268Higgins Goes to Miami - Adventure Island - virt - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR00461
The Nix and R train rolls on with automated caching, a collection of big improvements landing in webR, and how hand-crafted visualizations bring fundamental dplyr grouping operations to life.Episode LinksThis week’s curator: Jon Calder (@jonmcalder) (X/Twitter)Reproducible data science with Nix, part 11 – build and cache binaries with Github Actions and CachixwebR 0.3.1Visualizing {dplyr}’s mutate(), summarize(), group_by(), and ungroup() with animations: Visually explore how {dplyr}’s more complex core functions work together to wrangle dataEntire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W15Supplement ResourcesBruno’s unit test involving {tidyselect} https://raw.githack.com/b-rodrigues/nixpkgs-r-updates-fails/targets-runs/output/r-updates-fails.htmlCachix https://www.cachix.org/R/Medicine Call for Abstracts Open https://www.r-consortium.org/events/2024/04/05/r-medicine-coming-june-10-14-2024Survival analysis for time-to-event data with tidymodels https://www.tidyverse.org/blog/2024/04/tidymodels-survival-analysis/Supporting the showUse the contact page at https://rweekly.fireside.fm/contact to send us your feedbackR-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index.A new way to think about value: https://value4value.infoGet in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) and @theRcast (X/Twitter)Mike Thomas: @mike_thomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) and @mike_ketchbrook (X/Twitter)Music credits powered by OCRemixSun Ra - Ragnarok Online - Anthony Lofton, Joshua Morse - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01811Chopinesque Kirby - Kirby’s Dream Land - Bladiator - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01257
Taking the tradition of spring cleaning your R session to a nefarious direction, how a little R and automation crafted together helps with bill payments, and the tried-and-true method of simulation in action to investigate time-to-event inference statistics.Episode LinksThis week’s curator: Ryo Nakagawara - @R_by_Ryo) (X/Twitter) & @R_by_Ryo@mstdn.social (Mastodon)I Made R Text For MeStop Jenny committing arsonThe log-rank Test Assumes More Than the Cox ModelEntire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W14Supplement ResourcesLinux Unplugged episode 156: The xz Backdoor Exposed https://www.jupiterbroadcasting.com/show/linux-unplugged/556/Pushbullet https://www.pushbullet.com/{rpushbullet} R interface to the awesome Pushbullet service https://github.com/eddelbuettel/rpushbulletMike’s PDF quarto reports in devcontainers GitHub repo https://github.com/ketchbrookanalytics/quarto-pdf-devAligning Beliefs and Profession: Using R in Protecting the Penobscot Nation’s Traditional Lifeways https://www.r-consortium.org/blog/2024/03/27/aligning-beliefs-and-profession-using-r-in-protecting-the-penobscot-nations-traditional-lifewaysUsing Data to Protect Traditional Lifeways https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PjOSBHRm74Supporting the showUse the contact page at https://rweekly.fireside.fm/contact to send us your feedbackR-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index.A new way to think about value: https://value4value.infoGet in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) and @theRcast (X/Twitter)Mike Thomas: @mike_thomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) and @mike_ketchbrook (X/Twitter)Music credits powered by OCRemixHeart’s Lullaby - Final Fantasy V - RebeccaETripp, Gamer of the Winds, Rahul Vanamali, Teil Buck - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR04572Tails and the Music Maker - Picolescence - zircon - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR02176
How a recent pivot in one of the most popular testing frameworks in R unlocks mocking once again, bringing robust grammar checks to your R development environment with rspell, and flex your Shiny and HTML design muscles with flexbox. Episode Links This week's curator: Batool Almarzouq - @batool664 (X/Twitter) Update on mocking for testing R packages {rspell} Are you writing in a foreign language? The RStudio spelling dictionary setting is not sufficient to correct grammar errors. Try the {rspell} package to grammar-proof your notebooks and documentation straight on RStudio without copying-pasting. 3MW (Aligning content with flexboxes) Entire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W13 Supplement Resources testthat 3.2.0 re-introduced mocking after it was removed in 2019. The PR with Hadley's commentary https://github.com/r-lib/testthat/pull/1739#issuecomment-1428027869 Supporting the show Use the contact page at https://rweekly.fireside.fm/contact to send us your feedback R-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index. A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) and @theRcast (X/Twitter) Mike Thomas: @mike_thomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) and @mike_ketchbrook (X/Twitter) Music credits powered by OCRemix Kannonball - Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy Kong's Quest - The Good Ice - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR04571 The Art of Zoning Out - Pokemon Scarlet - timaeus222 - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR04570
An honest take on common patterns and anti-patterns for re-use of data analyses that hit a bit too close to home for your hosts, a cautionary tale of garbage online references pretending to be authentic material, and a new (human-created) cheat sheet with terrific best practices taking front and center. Episode Links This week's curator: Sam Parmar - @parmsam_ (Twitter) & @parmsam@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) Patterns and anti-patterns of data analysis reuse $%@! R help from $%@! AI Best Practice for R :: Cheat Sheet Entire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W12 Additional Links Jon Harmon's request for additional R4DS funding: https://fosstodon.org/@R4DSCommunity/112099679313058951 Linux Unplugged Episode 554: SCaLEing Nix https://www.jupiterbroadcasting.com/show/linux-unplugged/554/ Supporting the show Use the contact page at https://rweekly.fireside.fm/contact to send us your feedback R-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index. A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @theRcast (Twitter) and @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) Mike Thomas: @mike_ketchbrook (Twitter) and @mike_thomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) Music credits powered by OCRemix A Crook Man's Eyes - Mega Man 5 - Nightswim - http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR03679 Plastik Skies - VROOM: Sega Racing - Palpable, Diodes - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR03726
A collection of tips for spreading the good word about your awesome R package, how spring cleaning a package codebase doesn't have to be a dreadful experience thanks to usethis, and the culmination of a learning journey to bootstrap node JS projects powered by webR. Episode Links This week's curator: Colin Fay - [@_ColinFay]](https://twitter.com/_ColinFay) (Twitter) Marketing Ideas For Your Package Spring clean your R packages webrcli & spidyr: A starter pack for building NodeJS projects with webR inside Entire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W11 Supplement Resources rOpenSci software review process: Aims and scope https://devguide.ropensci.org/softwarereview_policies.html#aims-and-scope Colin Fay's hexmake Shiny app https://github.com/ColinFay/hexmake No installation required: How WebAssembly is changing scientific computing https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-024-00725-1 tryr - Client/Server Error Handling for HTTP APIs https://github.com/analythium/tryr Supporting the show Use the contact page at https://rweekly.fireside.fm/contact to send us your feedback R-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index. A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @theRcast (Twitter) and @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) Mike Thomas: @mike_ketchbrook (Twitter) and @mike_thomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) Music credits powered by OCRemix Vivid Orbis - Marble Madness - Gaspode - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR04555 Black Genesis (Floating Continent) - Final Fantasy VI Balance & Ruin - Brandon Stradery, Rexy - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR02796
How an attempt to solve a clever programming exercise led to a new patch to the R language itself, a review of the enlightening results for the recent data.table community survey, and creating a Doom map in R, because why not? Episode Links This week's curator: Eric Nantz - @theRcast (Twitter) & @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) I Patched R to Solve an Exercism Problem {data.table} Community Survey: Results and insights Doom plots Entire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W10 Supplement Resources https://exercism.org/ Supporting the show Use the contact page at https://rweekly.fireside.fm/contact to send us your feedback R-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index. A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @theRcast (Twitter) and @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) Mike Thomas: @mike_ketchbrook (Twitter) and @mike_thomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) Music credits powered by OCRemix Bonus Bop - Donkey Kong Country 2: Serious Monkey Business - Xenon Odyssey, The UArts "Z" Big Band - https://dkc2.ocremix.org/ Hangarmageddon - Doom Dark Side of the Phobos - EvilHorde - https://ocremix.org/album/4/doom-the-dark-side-of-phobos
Flipping a Hello World function on its head, assorted improvements landing in ggplot2 3.5.0, and why authoring beautiful code is so worth it. Episode Links This week's curator: Jon Carroll - @carroll_jono (Twitter) & @jonocarroll@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) HelloWorld(“print”) ggplot2 3.5.0 Beautiful Code, Because We’re Worth It! Entire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W09 Supplement Resources lazygit - Simple terminal UI for git commands https://github.com/jesseduffield/lazygit Advanced R - Expressions https://adv-r.hadley.nz/expressions.html Jenny Bryan's talk on code smells and feels https://github.com/jennybc/code-smells-and-feels Supporting the show Use the contact page at https://rweekly.fireside.fm/contact to send us your feedback R-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index. A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @theRcast (Twitter) and @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) Mike Thomas: @mike_ketchbrook (Twitter) and @mike_thomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) Music credits powered by OCRemix Everybody Wants to Rule the Wisps - Sonic Colors - The Good Ice - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR04368 You Are Not Confined - Final Fantasy IX - Sonicade - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01064
Putting those bike pedals to work with a comprehensive exploratory data analysis, navigating through a near-inferno of namespace and dependency issues in package development, and how you can ensure bragging rights during your next play of Guess My Name using decision trees. Episode Links This week's curator: Tony Elhabr - @TonyElHabr (Twitter) & @tonyelhabr@skrimmage.com (Mastodon) My Year of Riding Danishly Tame your namespace with a dash of suggests Guess My Name with Decision Trees Entire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W08 Supplement Resources {fusen} - Inflate your package from a simple flat Rmd https://thinkr-open.github.io/fusen/ R Packages Second Edition https://r-pkgs.org/ {usethis} - Automate package and project setup https://usethis.r-lib.org/ Supporting the show Use the contact page at https://rweekly.fireside.fm/contact to send us your feedback R-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index. A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @theRcast (Twitter) and @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) Mike Thomas: @mike_ketchbrook (Twitter) and @mike_thomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) Music credits powered by OCRemix Swing Indigo - The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask - sschafi1 - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR04560 What Lurks Behind the Door - Final Fantasy V - Lucas Guimaraes, Andrew Steffen - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR04542
A few great tips for ensuring your R package doesn't "talk too much" (within reason), shrinking down the size of your images with a new API directly available in a new package, and the first opportunity in 2024 for submitting your proposals for R Consortium projects is on the horizon. Episode Links This week's curator: Jon Calder (@jonmcalder) (Twitter) Please Shut Up! Verbosity Control in Packages R Consortium Infrastructure Steering Committee (ISC) Grant Program Accepting Proposals starting March 1st! Optimize your images with R and reSmush.it Entire issue available at rweekly.org/2024-W07 Supplement Resources {lifecycle} Manage the life cycle of your exported functions and arguments https://lifecycle.r-lib.org/ {logger} lightweight, modern and flexible, log4j and futile.logger inspired logging utility for R https://daroczig.github.io/logger/ Supporting the show Use the contact page at https://rweekly.fireside.fm/contact to send us your feedback R-Weekly Highlights on the Podcastindex.org - You can send a boost into the show directly in the Podcast Index. First, top-up with Alby, and then head over to the R-Weekly Highlights podcast entry on the index. A new way to think about value: https://value4value.info Get in touch with us on social media Eric Nantz: @theRcast (Twitter) and @rpodcast@podcastindex.social (Mastodon) Mike Thomas: @mike_ketchbrook (Twitter) and @mike_thomas@fosstodon.org (Mastodon) Music credits powered by OCRemix Sunny Side Up - Yoshi's Island DS - ZackParrish - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR04558 Salut Voisin! - Final Fantasy IV - colorado weeks, Aeroprism - https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR04553
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