GitOps with R and K8s Part 3: Continuous Delivery

PreReqs: An IBM Cloud account and completion of Part 1 and Part 2 Welcome back. At this point you should have a blogdown page in a container, hosted on Docker Hub, continuously integrated with your Github. Now we move on to… Continuous Delivery We need to get that container published and hosted on a k8s… Continue reading GitOps with R and K8s Part 3: Continuous Delivery

GitOps with R and K8s Part 1: A New Hope

PreReqs: R, Rmarkdown, git, Docker, and an IBM Cloud account Once upon a time… If you ain’t one for poetry and you ain’t one for prose, or the reasoning behind my choices, then skip the next blog post. I’ve had a WordPress blog for the last 6 years. While it was initially nice and easy… Continue reading GitOps with R and K8s Part 1: A New Hope

Optimizing Magic: The Gathering in R

Magic: The Gathering Two years ago I was in the midst of starting a gut rehab on my home, starting a new job, and ramping up PERRO’s lead in the water campaign. Someone suggested that it might be good to do something that wasn’t productive to relax. In this midst of this presidency, a lot… Continue reading Optimizing Magic: The Gathering in R

Statisticians come in from the cold

Two weeks ago my paper, Descriptive Statistics of the Genome, was accepted to the Journal of Computational Biology.  I think it was the best part of my thesis, so I'm excited to see it finally being published. Lectures Last week I gave my first talk/lecture at the monthly luncheon of the Chicago Chapter of the American Statistical Association.  That… Continue reading Statisticians come in from the cold