The reason I wanted to make this short tutorial is because there are a lot of old tutorial available on Internet to help you make a powerpoint using R. But some time back RStudio made this new option available that makes it extremely easy and simple to make a Powerpoint Presentation with R outputs in it. powerpointslides Check it yourself + By going to File -> New File -> R Markdown + Then, Presentation -> Powerpoint
Sentiment Analysis is one of the most wanted and used NLP techniques. Companies like to see what their customers are talking about - like if there’s a new product launch then what’s the feedback about it. Whereever you’ve got Natural Language - like Social Media, Community Pages, Customer Support - Sentiment Analysis as a technique has found its home there. While the technique itself is highly wanted, Sentiment Analysis is one of the NLP fields that’s far from super-accurate and the reason being is a lot of ways Humans talk.
In this post, We’ll learn how to take analyse your Android Smartphone usage data. Steps: Download your MyActivity Data from Google Takeout - https://takeout.google.com/ (after Selecting json format - instead of the default html format) When the download is available, save the zip file and unzip them to find MyActivity.json inside last-level of the folder Create a new R project (using your RStudio) with the MyActivity.json file in the project folder
In this tutorial, you’ll learn to use VS Code (Visual Studio Code from Microsoft) as an alternative IDE to the most popular RStudio. You’ll start from enabling R programming within your VS Code environment and also briefly look at some features and shortcuts of VSCode R. Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFGt9LyijhM vscode-r Github Plugin - https://github.com/Ikuyadeu/vscode-R Data Science Course Offer