About this subsite

Some additional details about the blog

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

[Created 6.ii.21, last tweaked 10.iv.21]

This really a subsite of my (non-CORE) work site at https://www.psyctc.org/psyctc/ (but by the vagaries of WordPress that serves up that but didn’t lend itself to this, you can see the URLs are not nested: such is life.)

The posts here are mostly “SAFAQs”: Self-Answered Frequently Answered Questions, i.e. ways of doing things that I often need to do (and often forget how to do). They’re not all self-asked, some come from questions from colleagues and supervisees.

Some things here may link with my CORE work at https://www.coresystemtrust.org.uk/ and if you want to find out more about my non-work life, that’s at https://www.psyctc.org/pelerinage2016/.

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.

This has all been created using the distill package in R (and in Rstudio). Distill is a publication format for scientific and technical writing designed for the web. There is quite a bit more information about distill at https://rstudio.github.io/distill but until I found the extremely helpful R-ladies https://rladies.org/ youtube (ugh) presentation by Maëlle Salmon https://masalmon.eu/ at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xyc4-bJjdys I was struggling to get going with the information on the github pages so a big thank you to Maëlle.


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