Examples: visualization, C++, networks, data cleaning, html widgets, ropensci.

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pander — by Gergely Daróczi, 2 years ago

An R 'Pandoc' Writer

Contains some functions catching all messages, 'stdout' and other useful information while evaluating R code and other helpers to return user specified text elements (like: header, paragraph, table, image, lists etc.) in 'pandoc' markdown or several type of R objects similarly automatically transformed to markdown format. Also capable of exporting/converting (the resulting) complex 'pandoc' documents to e.g. HTML, 'PDF', 'docx' or 'odt'. This latter reporting feature is supported in brew syntax or with a custom reference class with a smarty caching 'backend'.

covr — by Jim Hester, 4 months ago

Test Coverage for Packages

Track and report code coverage for your package and (optionally) upload the results to a coverage service like 'Codecov' < http://codecov.io> or 'Coveralls' < http://coveralls.io>. Code coverage is a measure of the amount of code being exercised by a set of tests. It is an indirect measure of test quality and completeness. This package is compatible with any testing methodology or framework and tracks coverage of both R code and compiled C/C++/FORTRAN code.

ggthemes — by Jeffrey B. Arnold, a year ago

Extra Themes, Scales and Geoms for 'ggplot2'

Some extra themes, geoms, and scales for 'ggplot2'. Provides 'ggplot2' themes and scales that replicate the look of plots by Edward Tufte, Stephen Few, 'Fivethirtyeight', 'The Economist', 'Stata', 'Excel', and 'The Wall Street Journal', among others. Provides 'geoms' for Tufte's box plot and range frame.

Quandl — by Dave Dotson, a year ago

API Wrapper for Quandl.com

Functions for interacting directly with the Quandl API to offer data in a number of formats usable in R, downloading a zip with all data from a Quandl database, and the ability to search. This R package uses the Quandl API. For more information go to < https://www.quandl.com/docs/api>. For more help on the package itself go to < https://www.quandl.com/help/r>.

rapportools — by Gergely Daróczi, 7 years ago

Miscellaneous (stats) helper functions with sane defaults for reporting

Helper functions that act as wrappers to more advanced statistical methods with the advantage of having sane defaults for quick reporting.

logger — by Gergely Daróczi, 2 years ago

A Lightweight, Modern and Flexible Logging Utility

Inspired by the the 'futile.logger' R package and 'logging' Python module, this utility provides a flexible and extensible way of formatting and delivering log messages with low overhead.

AWR — by Gergely Daroczi, 3 years ago

'AWS' Java 'SDK' for R

Installs the compiled Java modules of the Amazon Web Services ('AWS') 'SDK' to be used in downstream R packages interacting with 'AWS'. See < https://aws.amazon.com/sdk-for-java> for more information on the 'AWS' 'SDK' for Java.

saves — by Gergely Daróczi, 7 years ago

Fast load variables

The purpose of this package is to be able to save and load only the needed variables/columns of a dataframe in special binary files (tar archives) - which seems to be a lot faster method than loading the whole binary object (RData files) via load() function, or than loading columns from SQLite/MySQL databases via SQL commands (see vignettes). Performance gain on SSD drives is a lot more sensible compared to basic load() function. The performance improvement gained by loading only the chosen variables in binary format can be useful in some special cases (e.g. where merging data tables is not an option and very different datasets are needed for reporting), but be sure if using this package that you really need this, as non-standard file formats are used!

fbRads — by Gergely Daroczi, 4 years ago

Analyzing and Managing Facebook Ads from R

Wrapper functions around the Facebook Marketing 'API' to create, read, update and delete custom audiences, images, campaigns, ad sets, ads and related content.

migration.indices — by Gergely Daróczi, 7 years ago

Migration indices

This package provides various indices, like Crude Migration Rate, different Gini indices or the Coefficient of Variation among others, to show the (un)equality of migration.