Thanks for Reading!

June 22, 2018
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(This article was first published on Deeply Trivial, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

As I’ve been blogging more about statistics, R, and research in general, I’ve been trying to increase my online presence, sharing my blog posts in groups of like-minded people. Those efforts seem to have paid off, based on my view counts over the past year:

And based on read counts, here are my top 10 blog posts, most of which are stats-related:

  1. Beautiful Asymmetry – none of us is symmetrical, and that’s okay 
  2. Statistical Sins: Stepwise Regression – just step away from stepwise regression
  3. Statistics Sunday: What Are Degrees of Freedom? (Part 1) – and read Part 2 here
  4. Working with Your Facebook Data in R
  5. Statistics Sunday: Free Data Science and Statistics Resources
  6. Statistics Sunday: What is Bootstrapping?
  7. Statistical Sins: Know Your Variables (A Confession) – we all make mistakes, but we should learn from them
  8. Statistical Sins: Not Making it Fun (A Thinly Veiled Excuse to Post a Bunch of XKCD Cartoons) – the subtitle says it all
  9. Statistics Sunday: Taylor Swift vs. Lorde – Analyzing Song Lyrics – analyzing song lyrics is my jam
  10. How Has Taylor Swift’s Word Choice Changed Over Time? – ditto

It’s so nice to see people are enjoying the posts, even sharing them and reaching out with additional thoughts and questions. Thanks, readers!

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