Who am I?
Deep inside, I am a scientist. Indeed, I have a master in agronomy and a PhD in marine biology. But data analysis and R diverted me a little from my original objectives. I left the world of marine biology research to join ThinkR. We do consultancy of all kinds but 100% with R. We also do training at all levels to R.
As a result, I continue to share my knowledge through trainings. And of course, I do data analysis and visualization. And I love it! I still play with maps and models. So that I still have some material for this blog where I can share my findings and other tips. Mainly on R of course!
If you are curious about what we can do with spatial tools on non-geographical data, have a look at my category “geohacking”.
Enjoy your reading!
Jeff Leek, on simplystatistics.org
If every method in every stats journal was implemented in a corresponding R package (easy), was required to have a companion document that was a tutorial on how to use the software (easy), included a reference to how to cite the paper if you used the software (easy) and the paper/tutorial was posted to the relevant message boards for the communities of interest (easy) that journal would see a dramatic bump in its impact factor.