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education-548105__180Welcome! We are making this post today to address a burning question in our minds. And you can help us with! We just expanded our author team for creating exercise sets once more. One of our goals is to deliver content that you really want to practice with and incorporate in your daily R work flow. Our authors also ask us often what kind of topics we want them to deliver. We of course have some ideas ourselves such as:

    • Data science workflow in dplyr and tidyr
    • Object based programming
    • Best practices in coding
    • Machine Learning

However this website isn’t about us, its about you and what you want to learn and find at R-Exercises. So has there ever been a search for a problem that you couldn’t find here? We’d like to know! Is there a gap in our content that introduces basic concepts to new users? Let us know if you are struggling with something like this.

R-Exercises exists for you and because of you, any ideas you have we will send to our author team and they can put your thoughts and ideas into direct action. Don’t be afraid to get specific, if you want that exercise set on the logarithmic transformation of a variable or rather a multi part series on a complete customer data analysis work flow, we want to know!

Please share with us your thoughts and ideas in the comments below

We really want to know what you think and if you want you can also email me directly at [email protected] if you find this easier.

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