R User Group of Milano (Italy)

About us

Posted by on Sep 29, 2014

MilanoR is a users group dedicated to bringing together area practitioners of the popular open source R statistics language to exchange knowledge, learn and share tricks and...

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R blog

Posted by on Oct 10, 2014

A week ago, my boss at Quantide, Andrea Spanò, published Ramarro. Ramarro is a free interactive web based book (i.e. a web-book) about advanced R programming. The book would help R...

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Courses

Posted by on Sep 25, 2014

R for Developers Milano - October 16 and 17, 2014 Course description This two-day course provides an overview of several advanced R topics, such as: R environments, object oriented...

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Meetings

Posted by on Oct 16, 2014

MilanoR staff is organizing the next MilanoR meeting. The meeting will be in Milano till mid-December. A typical MilanoR meeting consists of two talks of about 25 minutes to give...

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Recent Posts

MilanoR meeting: call for presentations

MilanoR staff is organizing the next MilanoR meeting. The meeting will be in Milano till mid-December. A typical MilanoR meeting consists of two talks of about 25 minutes to give plenty of room for sharing your R experiences, discussions and exchange of ideas. We are looking volunteers to present at the next meeting. If you feel you have something to input or...

"R for Developers" free web-book: leave your opinion

A week ago, my boss at Quantide, Andrea Spanò, published Ramarro. Ramarro is a free interactive web based book (i.e. a web-book) about advanced R programming. The book would help R users to become proficient R developers. Target of the book are both R users and IT specialists that should deals with R users. The manual covers topics of the Quantide course "R for...

Lot of reports with a single click!

Suppose you want to create a huge number of pdf files through RMarkdown and pandoc, each of them including a statistical analysis on a part of your data, for example on each row of your data frame. You need to write a .R file with cycles from 1 to the number of rows of your data set the instructions contained in a .Rmd file. Suppose that: your data set name is...