We'll continue the visualization gamestorm, and discuss using Rstudio/git/github for collaborative data analysis.
For more info, see comments from the last meetup
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Not as flashy as the online plot, but I wrote this script for an interactive bubble plot of the superfoods data:https://github.com/jonkatz2/Superfoods/blob/master/katz_superfoods.R To run the script you need to download the Superfoods.csv data file from:https://github.com/UserR-Burlington/Superfoods(right-click and "Save Link As..." should work)
0 · February 25, 2014
oops. you'll need to get the csv from the source:
and go to file: download as...
Just tested in RStudio...doesn't work. Use a diffferent editor for this (NPP, TinnR, gedit, etc)
Cool! Can you put in a "pull request" to the original UserR-Burlington repo and I can add your script to the main branch?
0 · February 26, 2014
John gave a very informative demo of a Shiny implementation that he created recently.
Doh! That's right next door. I don't think I'll be able to make it tonight. Have fun everyone!
0 · February 24, 2014
Is it possible just to spectate?
Another location change! We're moving to Arts Riot on Pine St - better parking and they have beer! Come around 5pm to get settled with a beer, and we'll start our game storm at 5:15.
0 · February 21, 2014
Hi all - note the date change to Feb 24th!!! Hope everyone can still make it.
0 · February 15, 2014
Our planned meeting room is unavailable - so unless anyone can offer a meeting location for next Monday, we'll postpone until the following week...
0 · February 13, 2014
I've been thinking about it, but so busy using R at work that I haven't had time!
Would anyone like to meet at Arts Riot on Pine St after work later this week to make a team contribution?
0 · February 10, 2014
I'm a bit over-booked this week, but could briefly meet to go over getting started with github if you wanted.
0 · February 11, 2014
Hi all, I haven't seen much activity (or requests) on the github account. Let me know if you need help getting started before next Monday!
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