Native R code in your favourite notebook
Looking for an iPython Notebook equivalent for r: amazed by knitr so far
That was me about 3 weeks ago. iPython and not IPython, r and not R. As you can tell, ignorant wannabe. By that time, I had discovered the
rmagic extension—contains some magic functions for working with R via
rpy2—but there was this strong feeling that . . .
the Unix command-line is not dead for Data Science
Jeroen Janssens's webcast on Data Science at the Command Line proved to be a mix between a good proof that the Unix command-line is not dead for Data Science and a more that two hours hands-on marathon. What made this webcast even more unique was the hands-on element (that more speakers could take example form). . . .
with Bakh Inamov & DevOps Toronto
Tonight, the DevOps Toronto group met with Bakh Inamov from Chef to talk about Automating your in infrastructure with Chef -- the previous two mentions of Chef do mention different entities, since as I've learnt tonight, OpsCode has been rebranded as Chef for a while now.
The rough agenda soon turned into an open discussion on everything . . .
tapping into science... homebrewed science!
There is always the lazy way – downloading the OS X package – but I'd rather use Homebrew.
I'm a big fan of "as easy as 1, 2, 3", so here are the steps:
it's always best to first update Homebrew
then tap into the list of Science formulae
brew tap homebrew/science
and last, just instruct Homebrew to install . . .
...or how I met Greg Isenberg.
First of all, who's Greg?
Greg Isenberg launched 5by.com in Montreal 11 months ago.
Last week, he sold it to StumbleUpon, in what amounts to their first company acquisition since SU was founded in 2001.
It . . .