Working alone or with other people becomes increasing difficult with the increase of files and people. This seminar goes into detail why and how to use git in collaborative research. Material in this talk is heavely inspired by Excuse me, do you have a moment to talk about version control? by Jenny Bryan.
With an ever-increasing amount of textual data is available to us, having a well-thought-out toolchain for modelling is crucial. tidymodels is a recent effort to create a modelling framework that shares the underlying design philosophy, grammar, and data structures of the tidyverse. textrecipes joined the roster a year ago and provided an exciting bridge to text preprocessing. This talk tells the tale of the package textrecipes; starting with the Github issue that sparked the idea for the package, go over the trials and challenges associated with building a package that heavily integrates with other packages all the way to the release on CRAN.
Hastly put together slides for Data-viz prep for Hackathon.
Building a R package can seem daunting with its many files and structure. This seminar will go through the different use cases for a R package, dos and don’ts and best practices. Finally a live demonstration starting with the creation of a R package ending with release on CRAN.
Hitting an error or a speed-bump while working in R can be a frustration. This seminar will cover strategies and techniques for performing debugging and code profiling in R. We will look at some different ways to identify bugs, how to fix them and how to prevent them from coming back again. We will also look at a couple of typical patterns seen in slow code and at what can be done to fix it.