Top Posts of 2012

December 31, 2012
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(This article was first published on Carlisle Rainey » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

This has been a great year for my blog.

I've seen tremendous growth in my subscribers. I look forward to engaging with and learning from my followers in 2013 and I plan to offer valuable content in return. If you're interested in following along, you can quickly subscribe via RSS or e-mail. I use Google Reader to follow my favorite blogs and it is wonderful.

I'm increasingly pleased with the content as well. I've expanded my usual discussions of methods and graphics to other topics, such as  presentations and blogging. I even throw in personal stuff.

My most popular posts of 2012 are as follows:

  1. Coefficient Plots in R
  2. Why You Shouldn't Conclude No Effect from Statistically Insignificant Slopes
  3. Best Books on Bayesian Analysis
  4. Controlling the Axes of R Plots
  5. Why I Don't Like Coefficient Plots

Have a great 2013!


I encourage you to share this with others and contribute to the conversation at Top Posts of 2012, which first appeared at carlislerainey.com.For more of my thoughts and ideas, subscribe to my blog (via RSS or Email) and follow me on Twitter. You also might like to browse my archive and read my papers on Strategic Mobilization and Testing Hypotheses of No Meaningful Effect.
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