Introducing Community Tutorials

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Today we’re introducing Datazar Community Tutorials. At Datazar, we love writing tutorials and how-tos on R, Python, D3, research and science best practices in general. So starting today, we’re extending that ability to our users so they can share what they know with the entire community.

All Datazar users will be able to author tutorials on various subjects such as R stats, machine learning, research methodologies etc… Having the brightest and most curious users is useless if exchange of information is limited. Yes, our mission is the exchange of scientific knowledge, data and research but tutorials on how to do specific things is how many people learn these days. The tutorials are written using the easy and lightening fast MarkDown. So if you like to transfer knowledge or know a neat way of doing something in R or LaTeX, head over to and start typing. These tutorials are part of a broader initiative where we will also introduce Q&A amongst users very soon. Happy writing!

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