My practice with R has been slow of late, but I have put up some R snippets, mostly as a reminder to myself. Here are 5 sites that have R tips, tricks, and easy explanations. I find that the documentation linked on the R project website to be less than useful if you just want to say, know how to make a log plot. These sites are better for that kind of thing.
I mentioned this subject a couple of times before. Simple reaction time data from Woodley et al.Bruce Charlton is the first person I know of to discuss the implications of the change in simple reaction time data in the paper by Woodley et al. Charlton claims the data shows
Geoff Canyon has a post about Google's tricky interview questions. Microsoft is also known for asking these kind of questions during interviews, and you can run into them anywhere in the technical world. Also known as Fermi problems or back-of-the-envelope calculations, I ran into these a lot during
A fun post exploring the differences between a number of statistical computation packages. As one of the commenters said, this is an awesome flame war! The comments are very informative, with all sorts of historical information explaining how and why certain packages turned out the way they are. I use