We run an occasional series here on Revolutions called The R-Files, in which we profile members of the R community. Our intention with this series is to call out noteworthy work being done for open-source R and popular CRAN packages, and shine a light on some of the noteworthy individuals that make up what is now a broad community of contributors to R. While this blog is the creation of Revolution Analytics, the R-Files aims to profile contributors from the wider R community.
With that being said, we’d like to open a call for nominations for upcoming R-Files features. If there’s a specific member of the R community whom you feel should be recognized for their efforts developing R, a certain package, or contributing to the overall growth of R, we welcome you to nominate them in the comment thread below. If you’d prefer to nominate via email, you can send suggestions to [email protected]. You can see previous profiles from the series at the link below.
Revolutions: The R-Files