Meetup Webinar Tues Jun 10 at 6 PM EST: Use of R core scripting to eliminate ‘NA’ (“and other common recycled value problems”?)

(Last Updated On: June 4, 2014)

Meetup Webinar Tues Jun 10 at 6 PM EST: Use of R core scripting to eliminate ‘NA’ (“and other common recycled value problems”?)

Body of presentation:
I Use of rm() inside of source code

This following portion is still under construction as I haven’t gotten as much feedback as would be helpful from core R team yet…

II Manually coding a ‘divisor procedure’ to help eliminate recycling issues when machine level precision is approached

Tuesday June 10 at 6PM EST

 

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