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Create Rich Command Line Applications
Create rich command line applications, with colors, headings, lists, alerts, progress bars, etc. It uses CSS for custom themes.
'WebDriver' Client for 'PhantomJS'
A client for the 'WebDriver' 'API'. It allows driving a (probably headless) web browser, and can be used to test web applications, including 'Shiny' apps. In theory it works with any 'WebDriver' implementation, but it was only tested with 'PhantomJS'.
Lightweight Portable Message Queue Using 'SQLite'
Temporary and permanent message queues for R. Built on top of 'SQLite' databases. 'SQLite' provides locking, and makes it possible to detect crashed consumers. Crashed jobs can be automatically marked as "failed", or put in the queue again, potentially a limited number of times.
Create Disposable R Packages for Testing
Create disposable R packages for testing. You can create, install and load multiple R packages with a single function call, and then unload, uninstall and destroy them with another function call. This is handy when testing how some R code or an R package behaves with respect to other packages.
Cyclomatic Complexity of R Code
Cyclomatic complexity is a software metric (measurement), used to indicate the complexity of a program. It is a quantitative measure of the number of linearly independent paths through a program's source code. It was developed by Thomas J. McCabe, Sr. in 1976.
The Iterative Signature Algorithm
The ISA is a biclustering algorithm that finds modules in an input matrix. A module or bicluster is a block of the reordered input matrix.
Access the System Credential Store from R
Platform independent 'API' to access the operating system's credential store. Currently supports: 'Keychain' on 'macOS', Credential Store on 'Windows', the Secret Service 'API' on 'Linux', and a simple, platform independent store implemented with environment variables. Additional storage back-ends can be added easily.
Build friendly R packages that praise their users if they have done something good, or they just need it to feel better.
A Collection of Small Text Corpora of Interesting Data
A collection of small text corpora of interesting data. It contains all data sets from 'dariusk/corpora'. Some examples: names of animals: birds, dinosaurs, dogs; foods: beer categories, pizza toppings; geography: English towns, rivers, oceans; humans: authors, US presidents, occupations; science: elements, planets; words: adjectives, verbs, proverbs, US president quotes.