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Jose Rey
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This is an example of using R's text mining tools to extract patterns from text datasets. The FDA inspects pharma facilities periodically + when a new drug is launched. The result of those inspections are written into the dataset. This dataset was digged for interconnected terms and presented using R. The article provides a link to the Rpubs article with the code.

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This is my third article posted in Linkedin. This time I use the wonderful rclinicaltrials, ggmap, and ggplot packages. It is impressive what you can do with a few R lines of code. Whether if just feeding your curiosity for the application of R, or helping a friend or relative understand the future of therapies for their condition. The code is provided in a Rpubs article linked through the original one as Linkedin doesn't allow markdown.

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Please have a look at my second R article. It uses the rnoaa package to download weather station data, process it, and plot it using ggplot2. I tried to keep the code small, so the aesthetics of the graphs are not too elaborate. The example is also very simplistic, and only scratch the surface of the wealth of data accessible through NOAA, and the rnoaa package.

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Hi, I started with R when searching for a replacement for Matlab. I recently wrote a Linkedin article (sadly no markdown) with a very simple script to generate a 3D shell, and export it for 3D printing. One of the attractive things about Matlab, was the ease with which you could make graphs and visualizations, which is getting better and better with R, being able to create a mesh file to send to the 3D printers with just 9 lines is to me pretty cool (thanks to R).

Take a look, let me know:
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/hermit-crab-gets-3d-printed-designer-shell-modeled-using-jose-i-rey?trk=prof-post

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There is a proposal to create a Stack Exchange for OpenFOAM! Vote for it, contribute at the very beginning.


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There is a Sports and Building Aerodynamics MOOC  (massive online open course) offered by the Eindhoven University of Technology through Coursera. It starts on April 28, 2014. Here is the link:
https://www.coursera.org/course/spobuildaerodynamics
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