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If you build it, they will come: 5 Blockbuster reasons your organization should have an R package

“There’s no crying in baseball “ There is a big learning curve to R. It might make you cry. It will probably make you angry. It will definitely make you frustrated. And it is all worth it because: It documents your … Continue reading

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REQAO: An R package for EQAO data

Introducing REQAO, an R Package for those who work with EQAO data files. This package is a collection of functions to assist in the loading of files and the relabeling of values.  As additional functions are added and expanded, the … Continue reading

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Making EQAO data easyR to work with

Academic data, just like every other data set, usually consumes more time with cleaning and reshaping than analyzing and visualizing. One of the appeals of R is the ability to re-use code and it is in that spirit that I’ve … Continue reading

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R as GIS: Working Out Projections

In addition to the convenience that R offers for data cleaning, analysis and automating reporting, it also has the capacity to complete a variety of mapping (GIS) tasks.  Following are a few R snippets to help get started using the … Continue reading

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AERO 2015: Making Shared Twitter Links Useful with R

On Friday December 4th, AERO hosted its annual fall conference at the Old Mill.  The speakers included: Dr. Joe Kim, McMaster University, “The Science of Durable Learning” Don Buchanan, Hamilton Wentworth  DSB , E-BEST, “Putting education in ‘educational’ apps: Lessons … Continue reading

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