BY DAY: AI/Design/Psychology Professor
BY NIGHT: Experimenting with AI and good drinks
Like: my own roasted coffee, my home-made chocolate
I like Python but I prefer R due to better packages for for data preprocessing (dplyr, purrr) & data visualization (ggplot2).
R Packages I am most grateful for: dplyr, purrr, ggplot2
R Functions I rrreally like: map, pivot_longer, spread, nest
R Functions I don't like: !! with rlang::sym() or enquo() or quo() - really confusing.
where - superfluous imho, mutate_at(is.character, as.factor) was so intuitive sigh