# Statisfaction on R-bloggers

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This is the first post of Statisfaction on R-bloggers. As an introduction: we are PhD students and postdocs at CREST, a research centre on economics and statistics located in Paris, France. We jointly share tips and tricks useful in our everyday jobs, links to various pages, articles, conferences, seminars, including a PhD student seminar at CREST. Since we happen to write stuff about R, we are joining the community through the R-bloggers aggregator.

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