Programming with R

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RStudio + Python, Visual Markdown Editor - RStudio Latest Update

RStudio’s latest 1.4 stable version has been released. While this release has got a lot of new features, there are some that I’m excited about. Visual Markdown Editor Command Palette Adding new Source Editor Column (on RStudio Panes) Python Integration - Object Viewer, Plots Video Walkthrough Please Subscribe to the channel for more Data Science (with R) videos

Simple Easy Beginners Web Scraping in R with {ralger}

Web Scraping, by nature requires a lot of understanding from the ability to find the css selector to rightly parse the scraped content. While there are a lot of R packages (even Python packages for that matter), {ralger} does a wonderful job of abstracting the complicated things and providing a simple easy-to-use Beginner-friendly Web Scraping Package. {ralger} has simple functions to quickly scrape / extract Title Text (H1, H2, H3), Tables, URLs, Images from the given web page.

Setup Visual Studio Code to run R on VSCode 2021

In this R Programming Tutorial, You’ll how to set up / use / run R Code on VSCode (Visual Studio Code). VSCode - Visual Studio Code is one of the most popular IDEs available and this tutorial enables you to run R Programming on VSCode (connecting via Language Server Protocol and enriched R Console with Radian). Video Walkthrough These are the following steps: Make sure you’ve got VSCode (Visual Studio Code) installed on your machine Install VSCode R Extension on your VSCode Install R LSP Client on your VSCode Install languageserver on your R Console Install Radian Enable r.

Sentiment Analysis in R with Custom Lexicon Dictionary using tidytext

In this Sentiment Analysis tutorial, You’ll learn how to use your custom lexicon (for any language other than English) or keywords dictionary to perform simple (slightly naive) sentiment analysis using R’s tidytext package. Note: This isn’t going to provide you the same accuracy as using the language model, but it’s going to get you to the fastest solution (with some accuracy tradeoff). This example deals with Turkish Sentiment Analysis Script.