A Call for Contributors

October 29, 2013
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(This article was first published on Econometrics by Simulation, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Dear Readers,

This blog has been going for a year and a half now and I have posted nearly 300 posts to date.  I plan to continue to post though I am going to probably continue to shift my focus from daily blogging to that of getting a dissertation together within the next year.  In addition, I would like this blog to extend resources to those whose knowledge extends beyond the small realm of understanding I currently poses.

Therefore, I would like to make an open invitation to any of my readers who would like to become a contributing author.  I believe the format of the blog is well established.  If you have any ideas that you think would be appropriate, please feel free to submit your posts to be evaluated for submission as a guest blogger.

The average hit rate is around one thousand hits per day and probably many more if you include the syndication readership.

Thank you for your consideration,

Francis Smart

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