Re: [R] R forum for only Statistics

From: David Winsemius <>
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 11:22:19 -0400

On Apr 28, 2011, at 8:41 AM, Jeremy Hetzel wrote:

> Vincy,
> In addition to the R-help mailing list, other forums for R and
> statistics
> that I go to include:
> Stackoverflow's R tagged questions
> StackExchange's Stats site:
> A Google search for R statistics forum shows a few other forums that
> I'm not
> familiar with. It also shows a previous post to this list on a
> similar
> topic: ,
> where, at least in 2008, David Winsemius recommended the three
> sci.stat.* on
> USENET, which are now also on Google Groups (
>!forumsearch/sci.stat.*). Perhaps
> others
> have a better feel for which forums are of higher quality. The
> sci.stat.*
> groups look a bit overrun with spam these days.

I no longer look at the sci.stat groups because of that (but more because the interface and the advice on stats,stackexchange is simply better.)


> Jeremy
> On Thursday, April 28, 2011 7:26:06 AM UTC-4, Vincy Pyne wrote:
>> Hi!
>> I wish to know if there is any R forum which is meant only for
>> Statistics?
>> I mean where we can clarify our statistics doubts and seek
>> knowledge. I know
>> there are lot many books and internet sites, but 'R forum' has
>> altogether
>> different standard and very high level and one can learn a lot from
>> them.
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