I occasionally write about statistics, data analysis, software, and so on-–|sometimes even writing a tutorial here and there.
Should you trust what I have to say?
Sure! Why not?
Actually, I’ll leave that judgement to you. I haven’t, for example, had an economics or statistics class in years, so maybe my advice will be faulty. But, I do try to be comprehensive in my research before I write about anything. In making up your mind whether to trust my tips or not, remember that a lot of the times, I’m also writing because writing helps me to remember what I did.
I put it on this site for two main reasons. First, it’s a good backup in an era where hard-drive failures can mean a lot of information loss. Second, maybe someone would be interested in what I have to say and will be able to learn something from what I’ve written.
Your responsibility as the reader would be to tell me when things break. Only then would I be able to reflect on my tips and see if I would suggest anything different.
Stackoverflow and related
I have recently been fairly active at Stackoverflow and a few of its related sites, mostly answering questions related to R. Click the badge below to get to my profile, see what I’ve been up to, and see whether people generally agree with my solutions or not.