@amyrbrown daft punk.
@noamross Cal is unfortunately not a member. Only other way is have a Cal person create a guest account for you.
@jebyrnes You can use both together. Use dplyr calls inside a ddply.
@Protohedgehog It’s fairly common. I’m guilty of it too.
@kaythaney peter does all his writing on the notebook these days.
@ethanwhite Best tweet ever. Wish I could favorite this a dozen times.
Best decision of 2014 has been turning off email push notifications. Makes a world of difference.
AcademicsSay They may take our personal lives, but they’ll never take our intellectual freedom. Or at least our pension agreement. You’re kidding. When.
@JeromyAnglim If someone scoops you, you’ll have a clear trail to present to the journal so they can retract said paper.
@JeromyAnglim Super interesting question. Perhaps submit the code at same time to figshare and make public to estb. priority.
@carlystrasser You don’t have to adopt another one. Just go get coffee, pet other cats, go home, pet NJ.
This work was made possibly by daily trips to the cheese board.
@RobLanfear You can do it on GitHub itself using GitHub pages. Any pages on a branch named gh-pages become the site. Can use custom domain.
@amyrbrown I like Amarula too! Haven’t had it in ages though.
Please move all liquids away from keyboard before reading this.
@fperez_org nicely done!
@John4man Would love to meet you too. Maybe it’s time for data science drinks 2.0
@hspter Let’s meet up!
@hadleywickham Never mind.
Looks like github issues just got a facelift.
@ucfagls Data papers only or also papers about data related issues? e.g. methods papers.
@tomjwebb Still waiting on Ward to get me some API docs but hoping to quickly bootstrap that pkg once it becomes available.
@tomjwebb Try dplyr. Same syntax for arrange and works faster.
@LewisSpurgin I used to send DMs to myself on long simulations using the twitteR package.
@JeffSpies Yeah. For now there’s a nice Alfred workflow that autocompletes github repos.
@ahmadia Did you try it out so quickly to pass such harsh judgement? How is this poorly thought out?
@duffy_ma They send mine for external review and often reject because the expense is too novel.
Professional data enlargement services. instagram.com/p/jrqflwsr6S
@amyrbrown Have you tried attending a SWC bootcamp? We cover shell, instagram, functional programming, snapchat etc.
@carlystrasser Why is your gif not moving???
What did you do to Jack Donaghy??
@feltron fantastic! This made my day.
@feltron is there an eta on the reporter app? Thanks.
How bad is it to ask an author to cite my work? In this case it’s super relevant, I normally don’t do this, and I’m signing my review.
@noamross how are you learning Julia? Just reading the official docs?
@davelester Hi Dave! Nice to virtually meet you. Is there a good email to reach you at? I’m first.last at gmail.
@omearabrian Most of my meetings have been defaulting to calls since Skype has only gotten worse with time.
Github not only renders geoJSON with Mapbox but also throws in an octocat sea monster in the pacific ocean.
@tomjwebb “Great work, accept right away!”
cabel How.to use iOS.search.bar without.accidentally typing a bunch.of.Periods
@carlystrasser I don’t think they know about y2k. It’s coming.
@carlystrasser Love that web page! I want to stay there before the dot com boom happens or Steve Jobs introduces an ipod.
@WrightingApril Thanks for the heads up on gimli. Looks interesting.
Sometimes pull requests just have to wait.
@ppolischuk much sad you are not here. So disappoint.
Will happily swap weather with NY for a little while.
@kara_woo you’re joking but it wasn’t far off.
@rubenrellan Good timing, was about to email you about a Stanford @rOpenSci workshop!
Submitting to CRAN lately has become very Monty Pythonesque.
@brookeborel Go you!
xkcd on automation.
Even superheroes aren’t immune from the plague of unread messages and notifications.
BoredElonMusk Alarm clock that forces you into waking up by playing songs you’ve downvoted on Pandora.
I love when my unit tests report “You are a coding rockstar!”. Thanks testthat! #rstats
@rxin This is fantastic. I’d love to chat with you sometime on campus if you’re around.
@jhollist anytime. Hope it went well.
@MVickySchneider I’ll send you a bunch soon. :)
@ethanwhite I miss River. Still have her belated birthday present on my desk.
@amyrbrown wish you were here.
Current status : drinking with all the Bay Area data scientists. Status = intimidated.
@skmorgane I’ve been reading a lot about it too!
@hspter ok, mind blown. I guess the parody got me to see the actual show! More hilarious now. Esp Lena’s shirtless bf.
@hspter holy shit! All makes sense now. I think I saw that before I even saw a single episode. Thought it was the actual show.
@hspter I think Tina Fey is in the current season. She might be someone new to like if Ray goes south.
@hspter sweet. Adding it to the queue of things I get on Sunday night along with Sherlock.
@hspter Is the show back on?
@brookeborel I love the concerned look on his face.
@tpoi yep. Congrats on making it that far.
@tpoi more than 24 hours?
Today east bay is like east blairwitch.
@hylopsar I hope you went to a top coconut school and have some high impact coconuts. Rough market out there.
@ElDon78 Can you send me a link to an example?
chris__martin alias such=git
alias wow=’git status’
$ such commit
$ very push
@ctitusbrown How good are they at code review?
@ethanwhite Thanks Ethan! will do.
@ethanwhite Yep, a native R kernel.
@noamross We should talk if you want to hack on this part. Working on other parts of integrating R with ipynb.
@matthewmccull Thank you! we certainly appreciate it.
@carlystrasser too rich for my blood. I will just hang out with Oakland Carly.
@winston_chang Someone should plot GitHub commits before and after the downtime. :)
I keep refreshing like a nervous tick.
Code as seen in movies.
I’m often puzzled but the bizarre UI on phones. Never see them IRL.
@ctitusbrown I don’t know why but your excitement for snow day makes me happy.
@P212121 A quick trip to Europe, then around south east Asia, Australia, home, east coast.
@WrightingApril I’m running two in March!
Year’s barely begun and my travel hiatus is over. 26k miles next month.
@noamross time for a rOpenSci talk!
@MLBrook works perfectly.
@ethanwhite Just read that article. So terribly depressing. Texting my parents and therapists now.
@recology_ I can spin up the EC2 Rstudio if it helps. Work on Git repos and commit from there?
@GrunerDaniel Like our parking meters that take CCs. $0.25 charged. cc fee min is $0.35
I would love to geotag my @github commits (without cluttering history). Would be cool to see where and when I worked on my projects.
@seanjtaylor Brilliant, thanks! I started manually scarping these past two days. Looking forward to visualizing those data.
@tpoi I can contribute some data too. Need to check with a colleague.
@soozaphone hah, I wondered where that was.
This is the website for a conference on CSV (yes, the file format) to be held at the next okfestival.
@noamross Anaconda hands down.
@drewconway It’s been my default ST theme for some time. I’ll love it till the next shiny one comes along.
@scigit Is that scigit’s only distinguishing feature? My 3rd party diff client does it. Only a matter of time before @github does it.
@scigit e.g. “SciGit detects [changes] in a folder”. But any Git GUI does the same. You can easily select everything to commit.
@scigit Still not convinced. Looks like what you are doing would be better served by a GitHub client.
@seanjtaylor How’d you get the data out? I need to work on mine. Should be interesting with travel thrown in.
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