Posts Tagged ‘ jobs ’

Tenure track position in systematics at the University of Vermont

August 22, 2011
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Tenure track position in systematics at the University of Vermont

There is an awesome position opening up for an assistant professor in systematics at the University of Vermont. Below is the announcement, and see the original post at the Distributed Ecology blog. Why is this related to R? One can do a lot of systemat...

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Job offer: R-Square is looking for an R Statistician

June 21, 2011
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This is a guest post by Kyle Stokley. ————— My name is Kyle and I am an IT recruiter for R-Square.  I currently have an opening in Durham NC with a fortune 100 company based out of NJ for a Statistician with R-Programming Experience. Job Title: Statistician Qualifications: MS or PhD in statistics with 0-10 years work experience. R...

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The Popularity of Data Analysis Software (R vs SAS vs SPSS, etc.)

March 23, 2011
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The Popularity of Data Analysis Software (R vs SAS vs SPSS, etc.)

Robert Muenchen, the author of R for SAS and SPSS Users (A great book I’m proud to have on my shelf), has published this week an article in which he compares the popularity/market-share of many of the common statistical packages including R, SAS, SPSS and many others. The full article is available on r4stats.com at: “The Popularity of Data Analysis...

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Research position in forecasting renewable energy

February 4, 2011
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I don’t normally post job ads except when they are within my own research group. But this one is close to my research interests, and I’d like to help the institution find someone good for the role, so I’m making an exception. It is a position for a post-doctoral researcher at the Centre for Energy

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