Tag Archives: R

Bioinformatics Training Materials

The Bioinformatics Core at the UC Davis Genome Center has all the Documentation for the workshops and courses, past and current, available on the bioinformatics training program GitHub page. The Genome Center Event Registration offers the same material in a different listing order based on the date. Most of the material is available as Github… Read More »

Python Data Science with Jupyter on Docker

Inspired by article “How to set up and run Python Data Science Development Environment with Jupyter on Docker” [Archived] Data Scientists coders must work with a variety of Data Science development tools, including the  Anaconda (or Miniconda) Python distribution platform, the Python programming language, the R programming language, Matplotlib library, Pandas Library, the Jupyter application, and many others. The article describes how to… Read More »

Do yourself a favor: learn Markdown. BibTex for PubMed

In the series Do yourself a favor: learn Markdown I added a very useful web site for bibliography in R/Rstudio. The original post is here: Episode 5. BibTeX interface for PubMed Summary: A web site to create BibTex entries for bibliography in R Markdown. The most useful tool I found is from www.bioinformatics.org titled: TeXMed… Read More »

Big Book of R

www.bigbookofr.com by Oscar Baruffa This online book is a compendium list of ~300 books using R for data analysis. Fro example, one useful example contained within is Computational Genomics with R by Altuna Akalin (2020-09-30.) The big book is available on GitHub as BigBookofR. If you take time to check the site and file 020-book_list.Rmd… Read More »

Do yourself a favor: learn Markdown

I wrote a series on my Biochem Blog with this title: “Do yourself a favor: learn Markdown” At the moment there are 4 episodes, but more might be coming. Rather than retype things here I’ll just post the links: Summary list Do yourself a favor: learn Markdown – Episode 4. Reproducible reports Do yourself a… Read More »

Default preference reversal in R 4.0.x

I just wrote an entry on my Biochem blog which I think would fit on this site: Default preferences I enjoy using R and RStudio, but I am always weary of upgrading R because that usually leads to some issue(s). The most recent was a bit long for me to diagnose, even though in retrospect… Read More »