[R] Statistic community?

Heather Turner Heather.Turner at warwick.ac.uk
Wed Feb 25 11:45:59 CET 2009

When discussions do burst out on the allstat list, people are usually
pointed to one of the following alternatives:




Peters Gj (PSYCHOLOGY) wrote:
> Hey Antje & list,
>>>>> Antje wrote:
>> I'm very glad to use the R-help mailing list for R-related question
> but
>> more and more often I face general statistical problems. Does anyone
> know
>> by chance a community (mailinglist, forum, ...) where I can ask these
> kind
>> of questions?
> I myself have recently started lurking at the Allstat and Stat-L lists.
> Stat-L does not seem very active, and my impression of Allstat is that
> it's mostly used for distributing information about conferences and
> vacancies. In addition, Allstat does not encourage discussion on-list -
> their rules ask you to reply to people in person. I myself prefer
> on-list discussions, as I frequently learn from these (just by lurking).
> So you could also try out these two lists - and if you find anything
> else, I would love to hear about them :-)
> Kind regards,
> Gjalt-Jorn
> ---
> Gjalt-Jorn Peters
> Work & Social Psychology, faculty of Psychology & Neuroscience,
> Maastricht University
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