FAQ - Frequently asked questions

  1. What technology do you use to write this blog and the articles?
  2. I am new to this blog, to R or to statistics, from where can I start?
  3. I would like to replicate an analysis you have done in one of your article, can I have access to the entire code?
  4. I believe there is mistake/bug, what is the best way to report it?
  5. I have a question or I would like to collaborate with you, how can I contact you?
  6. Is it possible to contribute to this blog?
  7. How can I support you and support this blog?

This FAQ may be updated with new questions. Feel free to contact me if you have any other questions.

1. What technology do you use to write this blog and the articles?

This blog is written in R using the {blogdown} package and Hugo, and deployed and hosted via Netlify. The code can be found on GitHub.

2. I am new to this blog, to R or to statistics, from where can I start?

If you are new to this blog, you can start with the following articles:

Alternatively, you can check all articles with the tag “Basics".

3. I would like to replicate an analysis you have done in one of your article, can I have access to the entire code?

You can see the entire code of all articles on GitHub.

4. I believe there is mistake/bug, what is the best way to report it?

If you find a mistake or a bug, you can raise an issue on Github. Thanks in advance for your feedback!

5. I have a question or I would like to collaborate with you, how can I contact you?

In order for me to answer you as soon as possible, here are the best communication methods:

  • If you have a question or a suggestion related to a specific article, please add it as a comment so other readers can benefit from the discussion
  • For mistakes or bugs, please inform me about them by raising an issue on GitHub. Note that the code for all articles and pages of this blog can be found on GitHub
  • For all other requests, please use the contact form on the contact page

6. Is it possible to contribute to this blog?

Absolutely! To share your post on this blog, please send it via the contribution page.

7. How can I support you and support this blog?

You can support the development of this blog via the support page. Thanks in advance for your support, any help is greatly appreciated!

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