Welcome to these pages

Welcome to these pages which I hope will be useful to people using R to analyse data.

Chris Evans https://www.psyctc.org/R_blog/ (PSYCTC.org)https://www.psyctc.org/psyctc/

[Created 6.ii.21, moderate rewrite 7.viii.23]

The name “Rblog” is a “least worst” option. This was created to provide me and, I hope others, with easy access to Rmarkdown code that I’ve found useful and also to use the facility of the distill package which makes it easy for me to create pages about issues drawing on the strengths of R particularly to generate graphics. As I’ve rather fitfully found time to create new posts here it has evolved and now as three clear subsets of posts: * posts about statistical methods, theory or ideas and about handling typical mental health and therapy service data * posts specifically about R methods * a few other non-R geeky things

When I started this I had three web sites but couldn’t easily integrate R things into them. I still have them and list them here as there will be cross links from here to them and from them though mostly not to my personal site. They are:

I have two other complementary resources:

Do contact me if you find issues with them or have questions or suggestions. To do that, use the contact me form on my https://www.psyctc.org/psyctc/ web site. In most browsers I think that will open in a new page and if you close it when you have sent your message I think that and most browsers will bring you back here.


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