Blog recap of 2013

December 31, 2013
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(This article was first published on Burns Statistics » R language, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Posts by page views

  1. Interview with a forced convert to R from Matlab
  2. A first step towards R from spreadsheets
  3. Plot ranges of data in R
  4. A statistical review of ‘Thinking, Fast and Slow’ by Daniel Kahneman
  5. The 3 dots construct in R
  6. Translating between R and SQL: the basics
  7. An R debugging example
  8. R database interfaces
  9. R and social media
  10. On the acceptance of R
  11. The joy of data analysis
  12. The options mechanism in R
  13. A corner on convenient data analysis
  14. Living it up with computational errors
  15. Bricks not monoliths
  16. 100 savvy sites on statistics
  17. 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.

  1. A first step towards R from spreadsheets
  2. A statistical review of ‘Thinking, Fast and Slow’ by Daniel Kahneman
  3. Translating between R and SQL: the basics
  4. Interview with a forced convert to R from Matlab
  5. Plot ranges of data in R
  6. The joy of data analysis
  7. An R debugging example
  8. The 3 dots construct in R
  9. R and social media
  10. R database interfaces
  11. On the acceptance of R
  12. The options mechanism in R
  13. Living it up with computational errors
  14. A corner on convenient data analysis
  15. 100 savvy sites on statistics
  16. Bricks not monoliths
  17. 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”

from “Hold on” by Tom Waits

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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