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  • 4 Apr 2017
    Duncan Murdoch

    Drawing 3D graphics in R

    John Braun and Duncan Murdoch wrote A First Course in Statistical Programming with R in 2005 or so, and the graphics chapter concentrated on two-dimensional base graphics. This year they released a second edition and discuss other graphics systems. They mention rgl, a package for interactive 3D graphics, but don’t go into any detail (it’s hard to […]

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  • 28 Jul 2016
    John Braun

    Why You Should Care About R

    Data science is on the rise and infiltrating almost every field. Properly educated researchers and professionals with an extensive knowledge of how data analysis and statistics are married together will be essential. In an interview with The University of British Columbia, Okanagan, author and Professor John Braun explains what he enjoys about the statistical program […]

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