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The fine bloggers (and R experts) at the Dataists have volunteered to answer questions about data analysis on Reddit:
A few months ago, a group of likeminded folks in New York and the San Francisco Bay area decided it was time to start a blog about data, and we can up with the Dataists.
Since then we thought about a taxonomy of data science, careful statistical computing, what data visualization should do, and even started a predictive analytics contest for the R community.
Many of our posts have been featured here at /r/MachineLearning, so the moderators thought it would be fun to run a community Q&A. So, how can we help you?
Visit the Reddit post at the link below to ask your questions. (Free Reddit account required.)
Reddit: We are the Dataists; we love statistics, machine learning, visualization, and all things data. How can we help you?