Day: May 1, 2020

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For anyone who’s ever needed to build a graphic for a website, a presentation, marketing materials or something else, you’ve probably come to a frustrating conclusion. What most realize after struggling through the graphics process is that trying to create just the right visual look for your product can often be even more time consuming than collecting all the critical facts and creating all the text to support your message combined.

And all that time spent

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R 4.0: 3 new features

Hi. I’m Sharon Machlis at IDG Communications, here with Episode 46 of Do More With R: Check out three new features in R 4.0 by running R and RStudio in a Docker container.

Docker is a platform for creating “containers” – completely self-contained, isolated environments on your computer. Think of them like a mini system on your system. They include their own operating system, and then anything you want to add to that – application software, scripts, data . . .. Containers are useful for a lot of things. I’ll be focusing on just one of those things today: testing

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3 post-pandemic cloud architecture trends

Organizations across the globe spent a record $107 billion on cloud computing infrastructure as a service in 2019, up 37 percent from the previous year, according to analyst firm Canalys. Almost all firms are tracking higher cloud computing sales, even before the pandemic. However, most cloud industry analysts predict a post-pandemic run on public cloud services.

Right now during the crisis, most enterprises fall into one of these generalized operating modes: 

Those in holding mode will not make any expenditures on IT-related projects until they get the all clear. This category includes most medium and large enterprises. Many projects are

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How to run R 4.0 in Docker — and 3 cool new R 4.0 features

There are some interesting changes and updates in R 4.0. Here I’ll take a look at three of them. Plus I’ll give you step-by-step instructions on installing R 4.0 so it won’t interfere with your existing R installation — by running R with Docker.

Docker is a platform for creating “containers” – completely self-contained, isolated environments on your computer. Think of them like a mini system on your system. They include their own operating system, and then anything you want to add to that – application software, scripts, data, etc. Containers are useful for a lot of things, but here

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