My R Journey: Alex Michel

Alex Michel recently graduated from the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health in Portland, Oregon with a Master of Public Health. She's worked in science communication and science writing for about 10 years and hopes to continue to use R to improve public access and engagement with research. Why did Read More about My R Journey: Alex Michel

My R Journey: Rika Gorn

Rika Gorn is the Director of Data Analytics & Reporting at Covenant House International, a privately funded agency that provides shelter, immediate crisis care, and other services, to homeless and trafficked youth in the United States, Canada, and Latin America. Her work focuses on providing Read More about My R Journey: Rika Gorn

My R Journey: David Keyes

Hi there, I'm David, the one man behind this one-man operation. I've started a series of posts asking others to tell me about their R journeys. It didn't seem fair, though, to not do the same myself. So, here's the story of how I came to learn R, how I use it today, and why I think it's worth Read More about My R Journey: David Keyes

My R Journey: Dana Wanzer

Dana Wanzer is an evaluation consultant currently finishing her PhD in Evaluation and Applied Research Methods at Claremont Graduate University. This fall she'll be starting a new position as an Assistant Professor of Psychology in Evaluation Research at the University of Wisconsin Stout. I've Read More about My R Journey: Dana Wanzer

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