It has been a quiet year of blogging since my 5th anniversary; there has only been 13 posts since. Though as I have mentioned before, I am using GitHub to share tutorials and some of my work. However, I will try to write at least twice a month, especially now that I have decided to learn more about tidyr, dplyr, and ggplot2.
This is my third post on learning R through the BetaBit package, which contains three mini games for learning R. I wrote about the first game, called proton, late last year and the second game, called frequon, a week and a half ago. The third game is called regression and it's much more statistical than the other two. I actually couldn't complete the last task of the game, so if you know how to approach it, please let me know!
Late last year I discovered proton, an educational game in R about processing data frames, via R-bloggers and had a go at it. I thought it was fun and educational; it was also the first time I tried to use the dplyr package. I recently learned that there are two more games produced by the same developer of proton. This post is on the frequon game.