Revolutions blog roundup, April 2018

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Revolutions blog roundup, April 2018

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Since 2008, Microsoft staff and guests have written about R at the Revolutions
blog ( and every month I post a summary of
articles from the previous month of particular interest to readers of r-help.

In case you missed them, here are some articles related to R from the
month of April:

Microsoft R Open 3.4.4, based on R 3.4.4, is now available:

An R script by Ryan Timpe converts a photo into instructions for rendering it as
LEGO bricks

R functions to build a random maze in Minecraft, and have your avatar solve the
maze automatically:

A dive into some of the internal changes bringing performance improvements to
the new R 3.5.0: 

AI, Machine Learning and Data Science Roundup, April 2018:

An analysis with R shows that Uber has overtaken taxis for trips in New York

News from the R Consortium: new projects, results from a survey on licenses, and
R-Ladies is promoted to a top-level project

A talk, aimed at Artificial Intelligence developers, making the case for using

Bob Rudis analyzes data from the website, and lists the top 10

An R-based implementation of Silicon Valley's "Not Hotdog" application:

An R package for creating interesting designs with generative algorithms: 

And some general interest stories (not necessarily related to R):

* Learn regular expressions with interactive "crosswords":

* A tongue-in-cheek review of Wes Anderson's movies:

* Snarky captions for incorrect maps used in news reports:

* A few podcast recommendations, from me:

As always, thanks for the comments and please keep sending suggestions to
me at [hidden email] or via Twitter (I'm @revodavid).

# David

David M Smith <[hidden email]>
Developer Advocate, Microsoft Cloud & Enterprise
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