Trinker 1000 plus!

TheEcologist

Global Moderator
A very big congradulations to our most honored member trinker for reaching that milestone statistic ... 1000 posts!!

Hurrah, Hurrah, Hurrah!

Keep up the great work and on to the next 1000!

Happy postings,

ledzep

Point Mass at Zero
I owe quite a few thanks to trinker for his timely help on R.
Congratulations on your milestone!
Keep the ground running...

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trinker

ggplot2orBust
Thanks TSers! I love this website and the people who 'lurk' here are my kind of people. As you can see from my thankfulness to thanks ratio I have gained as much, no make that more, from this website than others have taken from me. Thank you for all who give freely of their time and knowledge. Even when I don't ask a question I very often learn from others.

ledzep

Point Mass at Zero
Even when I don't ask a question I very often learn from others.
Exactly. I can learn (especially R) by looking at the codes and problems posted by other people, which is great.

gianmarco

TS Contributor
Hi Trinker,
I send you my warmest congratulations and wish you a happy posting !!!

Cheers,
Gm

Dason

Ambassador to the humans
Speaking of R!
Code:
letters[27]=" ";e<-1:13*2;s<-e-1
paste(letters[as.numeric(substring("33312227241831403128162432", s, e))-13],collapse = "")

spunky

Can't make spagetti
1008 posts for trinker?

why do i keep on missing 'em!!!!!?!?!?!?

ledzep

Point Mass at Zero
Speaking of R!
Code:
letters[27]=" ";e<-1:13*2;s<-e-1
paste(letters[as.numeric(substring("33312227241831403128162432", s, e))-13],collapse = "")
Using your own code:

Code:
letters[27]=" ";e<-1:13*2;s<-e-1
paste(letters[as.numeric(substring("22271718181740222717181817", s, e))-13],collapse = "")

Dason

Ambassador to the humans
Using your own code:

Code:
letters[27]=" ";e<-1:13*2;s<-e-1
paste(letters[as.numeric(substring("22271718181740222717181817", s, e))-13],collapse = "")
Very nice.

TheEcologist

Global Moderator
I did not know about letters... the revelation made me find the file src/library/base/R/constants.R

Now I can define my own constants in R.

Thank you Dason.