[R] Invitation to a new Q&A statistical-analysis website

From: Tal Galili <tal.galili_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Jun 2010 17:01:34 +0300

There is a new initiative to open a community based Q&A website which is based on the StackOverFlow engine - to answer data-analysis (and obviously R) related Questions.

After good several months of using StackOverFlow (see the R tagged questions here <http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/R>), I came to the conclusion that it offers a very good web 2.0 solution for collaborative Q&A website.

If members of this list will commit to offering their help on such a website, I believe the community as a whole would benefit greatly from such contribution.

That is why I promote this endeavor here.

If you wish to go "commit" yourself to using the new website (so to allow it to go online), please go a head and do so in this link: Stack Exchange Q&A site proposal: Statistical Analysis <http://bit.ly/aDuRKV>

If you want more information to understand what this is about, you are welcome to read what I wrote about it on my blog: A new Q&A website for Data-Analysis (based on StackOverFlow engine) is waiting for you<http://www.r-statistics.com/2010/06/a-new-qa-website-for-data-analysis-based-on-stackoverflow-engine-is-waiting-for-you/>

I would be interested to know your opinion on the subject.


I am promoting this initiative simply because

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