Millions of tweets, retweets and mentions are exchanged in Twitter everyday about very different subjects, events, opinions, etc. While aggregating this data over a time window might help to unders...
R for Journalists
Tools for using and learning R, mostly for computational and data journalists, but everyone's welcome!
Curated by M. Edward (Ed) Borasky
Mattermark collects data on more than 1,000,000 of the fastest growing private companies in the world. This 100+ page report provides a data-driven exploration of the United States startup ecosystem. Take an in-depth look at the funding events, growth signals, exits and other insights into the fastest growing private companies. The resources that flow into startups each year are a calculated risk on the part of investors, founders, employees, service-providers and everyone who stands to benefit from the proliferation of new product, better services, and saved time and money. Understanding how businesses are created, funded, grown and ultimately rewarded with sustainability or an exit helps inform the conversations and actions for the coming years, and it is our hope you will read this report and combine it with your special knowledge of your industry, region, role and community as you charge forward into the New Year.
I don't usually post paywalled products but this one's worth it!
I was playing with some non-security-oriented R+Shiny code the other day, and thought that Shiny apps would be even more useful if they were double-clickable applications that you could “just run”—provided R was installed on the target system—vs have to cut/paste code into R. Now, I ...