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How to create tabsets using Quarto & R Tutorial on space-efficient displays of multiple figures in HTML reports What is Quarto? Quarto is a new open source scientific and technical publishing system created by Posit (formerly RStudio). Quarto is marketed as a next generation version of R Markdown that...

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The Goal: Space Saving Displays for Similar Figures in an HTML Report R Markdown is a fantastic tool for R users seeking to combine data visualization and analysis in a single reproducible deliverable. However, there are instances in which the volume of figures required clogs up the report, which...

by Chris MacNeel

A Guide to the Challenges of Vibrational Condition Based Maintenance for Legacy Aviation Hardware The benefits of Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) algorithms are well known – they improve availability of reliable equipment and help reduce maintenance costs. However, the challenges of implementing these algorithms on legacy hardware can be...

by Katherine Anderson

  Clean Code with SQL Views One thing that can be both frustrating and freeing is that there is no single correct way to optimally do things in software. After reading the book Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship by software expert Robert C. Martin, I have...

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  Mission Readiness And Battle Management Systems Are Strengthened With AI Technologies    How you Measure Your Impact At Freya Systems, our impact is measured in how we equip clients with predictive models and decision tools to be more effective, highly efficient, and improve safety.  We are most acutely...

Survival Analysis using R: A Student and Data Analysts Take   A Data Science Students Take on Survival Analysis By: Fahim Karim Survival analysis is something I learned while working as a Data Scientist for my professor, Dr.Sauleh Siddiqui, one of the world’s most eminent environmentalists and mathematicians. Instead...

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“Bad Vibes” Could Be Draining Cash from Your Operation Most industrial equipment like machinery, pumps, and motors, is engineered to operate smoothly and minimize vibration. Vibration, however, can sometimes indicate problems or deterioration in the equipment. Further, vibration can cause machinery to consume excessive power reducing its energy efficiency....

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