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## Posts by page views

- Interview with a forced convert to R from Matlab
- A first step towards R from spreadsheets
- Plot ranges of data in R
- A statistical review of ‘Thinking, Fast and Slow’ by Daniel Kahneman
- The 3 dots construct in R
- Translating between R and SQL: the basics
- An R debugging example
- R database interfaces
- R and social media
- On the acceptance of R
- The joy of data analysis
- The options mechanism in R
- A corner on convenient data analysis
- Living it up with computational errors
- Bricks not monoliths
- 100 savvy sites on statistics
- The AllTrials campaign

Views at other sites are not included — that is, views at R-bloggers and statsblogs.

This ordering gives an unfair advantage to posts that were written early in the year.

## Posts by views per days available

This ordering is overly favorable to recent posts since readership tends to be highest when posts are new.

- A first step towards R from spreadsheets
- A statistical review of ‘Thinking, Fast and Slow’ by Daniel Kahneman
- Translating between R and SQL: the basics
- Interview with a forced convert to R from Matlab
- Plot ranges of data in R
- The joy of data analysis
- An R debugging example
- The 3 dots construct in R
- R and social media
- R database interfaces
- On the acceptance of R
- The options mechanism in R
- Living it up with computational errors
- A corner on convenient data analysis
- 100 savvy sites on statistics
- Bricks not monoliths
- The AllTrials campaign

## Soundtrack

### Another Brick in the Wall

*All in all you’re just another brick in the wall*

from “Another Brick in the Wall” by Roger Waters

### 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover

*Make a new plan, Stan*

from “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover” by Paul Simon

### Celluloid Heroes

*People who worked and suffered and struggled for fame,*

* Some who succeeded and some who suffered in vain.*

– from “Celluloid Heroes” by Ray Davies

### Little Plastic Castle

*And the little plastic castle*

* Is a surprise every time*

– from “Little Plastic Castle” by Ani DiFranco

### Hold On

*They hung a sign up in our town*

* “if you live it up, you won’t*

* live it down”*

### Ode an die Freude

*Joy drives the wheels in the great cosmic clock*

from “Ode an die Freude” by Friedrich Schiller

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