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Construct the path to a file from components in a platform-independent way.

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This package implements a data structure similar to hashes in Perl and dictionaries in Python but with a purposefully R flavor. For objects of appreciable size, access using hashes outperforms native named lists and vectors.

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On general request, a community wiki on producing latex tables in R. In this post I'll give an overview of the most commonly used packages and blogs with code for producing latex tables from less straight-forward objects. Please feel free to add any I missed, and/or give tips, hints and little tricks on how to produce nicely formatted latex tables with R.

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by Przemyslaw Biecek The first meeting of R users in Poland took place in Wroclaw in 2008. It was a one-day conference with 27 participants and 6 talks.
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Here's another wonderful illusion. In the animated GIF below, you may see the woman rotating to the right, to the left, or bouncing from the left to the right.

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The following list of data sources has been modified as of 3/18/14. Most of the data sets listed below are free, however, some are not.