R.

R is an open source programming language and environment that is particularly good for statistics and data mining. R was created by Ross Ihaka and Robert Gentleman at the University of Auckland.  According to Wikipedia, the first stable beta was released in 2000.

Displayr fully supports R, allowing advanced users ultimate flexibility and the ability to run any computations they wish.

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Make Beautiful Tables with the Formattable Package
16 November 2018 | by Tim Bock

I love the formattable package, but I always struggle to remember its syntax. A quick Google search reveals that I’m not alone in this struggle.

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Building an Interactive Globe Visualization in R
01 November 2018 | by Jake Hoare
This post describes how to use the threejs package to plot data on a globe, allowing rotation and zoom. Location markers are added as lines,...

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How to Create a Correlation Matrix in R
23 October 2018 | by Chris Facer

A correlation matrix is a table of correlation coefficients for a set of variables used to determine if a relationship exists between the variables. The

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How to Make an Area Chart in R
20 October 2018 | by Tim Ali
Area charts are useful for visualizing one or more variables over time. We can create area charts in R using one of the many available...

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Using Displayr
How to do Simple Table Manipulations with R Using Displayr
18 October 2018 | by Matt Steele
R is not just a tool for the data science elite. It is an immensely powerful tool that can be used by market researchers in...

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5 Alternatives to the Default R Outputs for GLMs and Linear Models
17 October 2018 | by Tim Bock
One of the ironic bits of using R is that even though it is often described as being a great tool for data visualization, most...

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How to Make a Pie Chart in R
12 October 2018 | by Tim Ali
Pie charts are the classic choice for showing proportions for mutually-exclusive categories. There are various packages available for creating charts and visualizations in R. One...

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How to Calculate Jaccard Coefficients in Displayr Using R
11 October 2018 | by Chris Facer
Jaccard coefficients, also know as Jaccard indexes or Jaccard similarities, are measures of the similarity or overlap between a pair of binary variables. In Displayr,...

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Simple Web Scraping in Displayr Using R
03 October 2018 | by Chris Facer
Web scraping (also referred to as web data extraction or web harvesting) is the process of using software to fetch the contents of a web...

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How to Combine Complicated Tables in Displayr Using R
29 September 2018 | by Chris Facer
While visualizations are often the main event in Displayr documents, tables can have their place too. You may sometimes wish to combine results from several...

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Building Online Interactive Simulators for Predictive Models in R
26 September 2018 | by Tim Bock

Correctly interpreting predictive models can be tricky. One solution to this problem is to create interactive simulators, where users can manipulate the predictor variables and see

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How to Compute D-Error for a Choice Experiment Using R
25 September 2018 | by Justin Yap
D-error is a way of summarizing how good a design is at extracting information from respondents in a choice experiment.

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3D Correspondence Analysis Plots in R Using Plotly
18 September 2018 | by Tim Bock
In this post I show how Plotly can be used to create interactive 3D visualizations of correspondence analysis.

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Using R to Create Free Online Dashboards
12 September 2018 | by Tim Bock

It is now possible to create public dashboards, based on R code, for free! To illustrate how it works, I’ve used the free version of Displayr

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Using Displayr
How to Compute D-Error for a Choice Experiment Using Displayr
10 September 2018 | by Justin Yap
D-error is a way of summarizing how good a design is at extracting information from respondents in a choice experiment.

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How to Sort Data in R
09 September 2018 | by Tim Ali
Sorting is any process in which data is arranged into some meaningful order that makes it easier to interpret and analyze the data. I'll show...

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What is String Splitting?
How to Split Text Strings in Displayr
07 September 2018 | by Daren Jackson
String splitting is the process of breaking up a text string in a systematic way so that the individual parts of the text can be...

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How to Use Simulated Data to Check Choice Model Experimental Designs Using R
06 September 2018 | by Justin Yap
Running a survey can be expensive and time-consuming. Luckily you can use simulated data to check and compare your survey design, saving you time and...

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