The Brazilian post office and R

January 10, 2018
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While I would like to post a success story about the Brazilian post office using R to analyze its internal data, the real story is the use of R’s logo for its Registered mail :). Have a look:

My best guess is that someone searched for letter R in Google images and used the first hit as a symbol of registered mail. My second best guess is that someone really likes R and has a particular sense of humour.

Courtesy of Rodrigo Hartmann in R Brasil – Programadores.

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