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Looking to learn a new skill this fall?  How about at a great price?  5 x 50% off codes are being given away for either the live or online courses!  Get in on it now at: …Continue

Giveaway: Learn R like a PRO - 2 Excellent (vetted!) R O'Reilly Books + 1:1 DataScience Consulting

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I wanted to let you know about a giveaway that my company is hosting to give away 2 excellent vetted R print+ebooks and 2 hours of 1:1 help for your R questions. Great way to keep making progress in…Continue

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Over fifteen years of experience in Information Technology with significant focus on agile methodologies, analytical and scientific applications, and custom tools. A Team and Project leader with extensive experience leading, teaching and mentoring teams to solve difficult problems with elegant solutions. A flexible and fast learner that enables solid on-time solutions in fast-paced, unusual and quickly-changing environments.
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Don’t run afoul of Scoping Rules in R!

Posted on September 8, 2016 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

Whether you are a veteran programmer with experience dating back to Fortran, or a new college grad with all the latest technologies, if you use R eventually you will have to worry about scoping!

Sure, we all start out ignoring scoping when we first begin using a new language. So what if all your variables and functions are global - you are the only one using them, right?!?! Unless you give up on R, you will eventually grow beyond your own system - either having to share your code with…

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