Blogs on R | Statistics

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What are the current blogs on R? What do they cover?
What makes a good blog on R?
Of course different readers look for different things, but for me a good blog on R:
  • Provides a Gateway: The blog discovers and shares useful external material and explains why it’s useful
  • Provides A Forum: The blog raises important issues and topics. Better yet if the blog can initiate debate.
  • Generates Original Content: In particular it is useful if it can teach the reader how to do something. Better yet if the thing taught is of general appeal and is taught clearly.
  • Posts Frequently: E.g., 2+ posts per week.
Blogs on R:
UPDATE: R bloggers compiles many of the blogs on R into a single source and is probably the best place to find a list of Blogs on R. You can also subscribe to all of them through R bloggers.

These are some blogs on R to which I subscribe.
I’ve probably left some out and new blogs on R seem to be coming up all the time. Feel free to add any missing ones in the comments to this post.

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