Potpourri: Statistics #75

Introducing pewmethods: An R package for working with survey data
Exploring survey data with the pewmethods R package
Weighting survey data with the pewmethods R package
Analyzing international survey data with the pewmethods R package
autumn: Fast, Modern, and Tidy Raking
Data science for economists
Papers about Causal Inference and Language
Yale Applied Empirical Methods PHD Course
Spreadsheet Munging Strategies
Visual Vocabulary: Designing with data
What can we learn from a country’s diplomatic gifts?
Map, Walk, Pivot
The Epidemiologist R Handbook
Machine learning with {tidymodels}
Choose your own tidymodels adventure
Applied Spatial Statistics with R
ggplot: the placing and order of aesthetics matters
Introduction to Functional Data Analysis with R
Visualizing Distributions with Raincloud Plots with ggplot2
A Chat with Andrew on MLOps: From Model-centric to Data-centric AI
ISLR tidymodels Labs
Plotting maps with ggplot2
R instructions for our research projects
A gentle introduction to deep learning in R using Keras
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About ANOVA
Replication Materials for “The Flying Bomb and the Actuary” (Shaw and Shaw, 2019)
Colors and emotions in data visualization
Rookie R mistakes
10 Tips to Customize Text Color, Font, Size in ggplot2 with element_text()
Writing unit tests in R
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: how to visualize Machine Learning data
A curated list of APIs, open data and ML/AI projects on climate change
R for SEO
Using Geospatial Data in R
Good Data Scientist, Bad Data Scientist
The Evolution of a ggplot (Ep. 1)
Do Wide and Deep Networks Learn the Same Things?


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