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Using Packrat with Bioconductor in RStudio

As an R programmer, you may not be familiar with the development processes involved in programming Java. For those of you who have written some production Java code, you may have found that the barrier to entry can seem quite … Continue reading

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R XML Package

I’ve spent a number of years programming in Java so, during my MSc in Bioinformatics, it took me a while to become acquainted with the nuances and the idioms of writing code in R. It has been discussed extensively elsewhere, … Continue reading

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