Fast correlations

Correlations One of the few methods that are commonly done are correlations. I found several implementations of Pearson correlations, and I was curious to know if which is the fastest one.

Christmas tree

So it is Christmas and I want a tree. I found this new package experimental ggfx and I thought it would be nice to use it for the lights.


Introduction I have learned a lot about linear models through carefully reading limma’s vignette. However from time to time I find that I cannnot do the model of the effects as I wish to compare the samples as I need.

PII fines

From some time I’ve been following a company that uses data to explain some data. I want to use some of the data they published from Civio to see if I learn more about personal identifiable information fines.

Barrios ricos y pobres

Me sorprendió la información sobre los barrios y la correlación que apareció en una notícia. Así que aquí rehago los graficos a partir de los datos descargados de la notícia:

Consumption of gasoline by our car

Analysis of the consumption of a family car over 4 years of refills

Twitter bot

I was talking with a friend about social networks when he mentioned that it wasn’t worth his time to invest on podcasts. He said that I looked up his twitter account, that that’s more useful for him.

Tidy data and tidyverse

I am surprised how often two things get conflated in around the tidyverse. The tidy data principles is about having in each row a data point, where each variable has its own column.

NSE in base R

After some discussions on the internet (and some breaks I got in a pipe using tidyr) I’ll decided to try to emulate dplyr and other tidyr functions with base functions.

Posting and titles

If you want a post to appear on blogdown do not use titles of form # My title. But you can use second order titles with ## My title and it will be correctly parsed.