Announcing R Without Statistics

n early 2020, I started to have conversations with publishers about doing a book on R. I was excited about the possibility, but wasn’t exactly sure what the book would be about. Then COVID came and, with two young kids at home, writing a book was not going to happen. In the

Why R is Magic

A couple weeks ago, I had the opportunity to speak to some folks at Western Michigan University. I called my talk Why R is Magic. Because, well, it is.  I busted out my favorite R party trick: doing a survey and immediately generating a report with RMarkdown.  I even tried