Welcome guest blogger, Joseph Rickert

June 15, 2010

(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

I’m about to head out for a two-week holiday, so I’ll be off the grid for a little while. But I have queued up some (hopefully!) interesting stories to auto-post while I’m away, so there’ll still be plenty to read every weekday as usual here on the blog. 

Also joining us for the next couple of weeks is guest blogger Joseph Rickert. Joseph is an R engineer here at Revolution Analytics. He’s been using R and other statistics software for several years as a statistician and research analysis in fields as diverse as economics, clinical trial analysis, and manufacturing. Joseph has also recently given talks at the NYC R User Group and the Data Mining Camp. Look for Joseph’s thoughts on using R over the next couple of weeks.

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