Apologies and Style Guides

August 13, 2010
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(This article was first published on The Log Cabin » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

I have to say that it’s pretty exciting to watch your blog go from a few hits over its lifetime to getting almost 200 in a single day.  I am currently negotiating with Google over the purchase of this blog.  Or maybe not.  Again, thanks be to @revodavid for posting to the Revolution Analytics Blog.  Anyway, I just wanted to apologize for the format of the code snippets.  Reading the python script and the R code again was painful to even me.  I’m going to try to follow the Google style guides for python and R and hopefully the code will be a bit more readable in future posts.  Further, I will try to host my projects on github so that I might find some collaborators.

I’ve added a few interesting links to the Blogroll on the right.  I would recommend subscribing to the RSS feed for r-bloggers.com.  I see some good stuff on there almost daily.

Next up:  An analysis of some MLS data!  All I’ve found so far is that the teams like to change their names.  Hopefully something useful will come of this project.


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