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Help! I have quantitative data, now what do I do? (Part 2)

Learn how to work with quantitative data in this beginner\'s guide. Part 2 covers the essential measures of central tendency (mean, median, mode) using R. Discover how to calculate and interpret these statistics, handle missing values, and compare results by different groups. Improve your data analysis skills and stay tuned for the next post on basic data visualization.

Help! I have quantitative data, what do I do? (part 1)

New to working with quantitative data? Don\'t worry, we\'ve got you covered! In this blog post series, we provide a basic guide to help you navigate through the world of statistical analysis using R. Part 1 focuses on installing R and RStudio, importing data, and inspecting tables. Join us on this journey to enhance your statistical analysis skills!

Conditional Flow Control Structures in R and Python

Understanding Conditional Flow Control in R and Python: A Closer Look. Explore how R and Python handle conditions with if, if...else, and elif statements. Dive into the syntax of these popular programming languages in our blog post!

Progress with the Text Mining with R book

Today I finished Chapter 4 of the book Text Mining with R by Julia Silge and David Robinson. Since my goal is to serve as practice, I not only include the code but also the comments and the theoretical proposal.

New proyect: Text Mining with R

One of my pending debts was always the analysis of texts with R, largely because in my PhD I do corpus analysis. So I decided to start reading the book Text Mining with R by Julia Silge and David Robinson.