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Docker and R – Talk for the Greater Cleveland R Group

I was able to give a talk recently to the Greater Cleveland R Group about using Docker and R together. Docker is a virtualization platform that uses OS-level virtualization to provide containers. It’s pretty neat, so I wanted to share the talk here. Big thanks to Tim Hoolihan for both organizing the R User Group […]

Optical Mark Recognition – Example for the Udai OMR Tool

On Google+, Felipe Cortez has recently hit up one of my older posts about using an open-source, Java-based optical mark recognition (OMR) tool that I found and played with awhile back. I promised that I would dig and see if I had any working templates, etc, left, and I do! I’ve linked a public Google Drive […]

Optical Mark Recognition – On The Cheap

At my job about a year ago, my coordinator asked me to look into using some kind of optical mark recognition (OMR) program to read surveys that we were administering, to cut down on the burden of data entry. There are a lot of commercial programs for OMR, but we wanted to avoid spending any […]