I thought it would be cool to compose a choice of triumphant tunes to put at the end of my scripts, so that when the process executes successfully I can hear something that tells me everything went well. So I explored the audio package in R, wh i ch allows you to create and play sounds by interfacing with sample-based audio devices on your machine, and to save them as wave files. Strings of text and numbers can be manipulated into frequency values and then, combined with data on note length, into sine waves. This will then make a neat little tune that can play in your R session or on any media device.
Converting the notes to frequencies in sine waves
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Having begun by at least it was originally part of his mid-morning show on BBC Radio 1 , where it aired daily throughout the s and early s. The feature has more recently been heard on Smooth Radio , where Bates presented the Breakfast Show from to An edition of Our Tune typically features a personal story submitted by a listener together with a song that has significance to the person or situation. Many of these stories, which are read out over Nino Rota 's Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet have a tragic narrative such as illness or death, although not all end on such an unhappy note. The feature's sentimental tone has earned it criticism from some, including a columnist at Glasgow 's Evening Times who once described it as "dial-a-depression".