“8 out of 10 cats does Countdown” is a UK panel comedy show in which they play games with words and numbers while also telling rude jokes and generally mucking about. It’s an adults-only version of the much more sedate “Countdown” show.
Yesterday’s request for help got some great replies on twitter. I’ve collected them in this post and benchmarked them.
I’m looking for a better, neater, more R-like solution to this - please hit me up on twitter.
I have 2 vectors of equal length that I want to interleave
Dominosa is a game/puzzle from Simon Tathams’ Portable Puzzle Collection.
I tend to do quite a lot of coding where data is split into groups, operations performed independently on each group, and then the data re-assembled into a single entity.
Packages in R can contain blobs of data - in fact some packages are only
data without any code e.g.
The goal of
phon is to make available the CMU Pronouncing Dictionary
(cmudict) in an R friendly
format, and to collect some tools which use the pronunciation information.