## Twitter - R integration and extract data between from and till date

Here is complete end to end integration walk through for twitter and R. It will help the data retrieval between two dates "since and until" PreRequisite: Twitter Account R Steps: Step 1: Go to https://apps.twitter.com/app/ Step 2: Sign-in to your twitter account Step 3: Click on create new app   Step 4: Fill basic requirement to create app ... Read moreTwitter - R integration and extract data between from and till date

## Count consecutive number of days with condition in R

Although R is mostly known for its capability in statistical analytics and data modeling but it has great capability to data preparation and query. Here I present a sample case which is very much required in our day to day analysis. So I came through a scenario when I have to figure out the exception ... Read moreCount consecutive number of days with condition in R

## R Fuzzy String Match

Here is very cool solution to detect fraud case which is related to same name or same address used to show different entry. While doing the risk consulting, due diligence I've come across the problem when we have to check: Genuine data vs dummy data Employee is also involved as vendor Some relative of employee ... Read moreR Fuzzy String Match

## R - Generate Random Names - Random Number - Random Date

This tutorial is focused to generate random values and create dummy dataset. If you are very good in understanding the business and business attribute then this tutorial will help you creating a dummy data-set. Basically there are three types of attributes: Numeric/Integer Character/Factor Dates Below is the code which help you to generate any type ... Read moreR - Generate Random Names - Random Number - Random Date

## R - Load and Install multiple package at once and auto install if package is not found

Install multiple package if not available in R library and load into session. Copy and paste below code to load libraries. I've taken "ggplot2", "dplyr", "curl" package in my package checklist:   list.of.packages <- c("ggplot2","dplyr", "curl") new.packages <- list.of.packages[!(list.of.packages %in% installed.packages()[,"Package"])] repo='http://nbcgib.uesc.br/mirrors/cran/' if(length(new.packages)) install.packages(new.packages, repo = repo) lapply(list.of.packages, require, character.only = TRUE) It will load ... Read moreR - Load and Install multiple package at once and auto install if package is not found