The R-Studio Founder, Debate Language and Who is the most Active Data Scientist?

October 16, 2016

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R news To stay on top of R in the news, we’re sharing some stories related to R published last week.

A great interview with JJ Allaire, creator of RStudio.(Joseph Rickert)

The man who build RStudio now 13 years ago shares some insight on the company and his own motivation. Or was it a company? we are still not sure JJ!

The language of the second presidential debate(Edward Lee)

I do love some text analysis, but Trump is all about that money… When will data scientists start coaching presidential candidates to look good on post-debate word clouds?

The most Active Data-Scientists online (Manish Saraswat)

Hadley Wickham standing proud! But it does look like the R-community can take steps in their online visibility.

Alright that was it for this week, we will keep uploading sets this week and come back with another update as scheduled. To stay on top of the news during the week, visit our R News section.

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