We'll use a modern classic in literate programming to illustrate some of the more interesting sides of functional programming in R.
We're told in school that bootstrapping requires us to sample all of the data with replacement. But what if we didn't?
FiveThirtyEight's Riddler is great motivation to take on a classic problem in Stochastic processes.
It's time to break out some oldschool classification algorithms!
Or: How I transformed RStudio into a Blogging Platform, and how you can too!
A simple request from Reddit gives a great opportunity to demonstrate some of the less common features in R's list objects.