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Hatem Kotb

Hatem Kotb

March 16, 2021

Thanks for all the references, really helpful!!!

David Keyes

David Keyes Founder

March 16, 2021

Glad they're helpful! I've also got a searchable, filterable collection of resources that you might enjoy.

Atlang Mompe

Atlang Mompe

March 17, 2021

Wow, David! This is the best R 101 ever! Thank you for the great lessons and resources!

Peleise Smith

Peleise Smith

March 19, 2021

Thank you for emphasizing that error messages are a part of the process and not a reflection of skill.

Shamia Moore

Shamia Moore

March 14, 2023

Thank you for providing resources and including the tweet about error messages at the end!

Colleen Bullock

Colleen Bullock

June 18, 2023

The recommendation for Healy’s section on understanding R documentation is fantastic. I was intimidated and pretty confused, but I can interpret documentation much easier now! It sounds ridiculous, but I had no idea the examples were self-contained and could actually be run before reading that. I’d kind of ignored them in the past, but they can be really helpful!