[R] Let me put this another way... was Listing knowledge of R as a skill on a resume...

From: Brian Lunergan <brianlunergan_at_yahoo.ca>
Date: Sun 26 Jun 2005 - 05:43:48 EST


Okay, Spencer's response points up my mistake in my explanation. Let me put the question another way.

Here's the computer skills sections of my cv:

Office Suites: Microsoft Office, Lotus SmartSuite, OpenOffice
 Applications: SAP, Microsoft Project, AutoCAD, DesignCAD  The Internet: Internet Explorer, Outlook Express, Mozilla, Firefox, Thunderbird

    Languages: XHTML, Cascading Style Sheets, Perl, C++, COBOL, Fortran

What concise entry would I add to this section demonstrating knowledge of the R environment and language?

> Afternoon folks:
>
> This question may be a touch off-topic, but I had to
> start
> somewhere.
>
> As I become more proficient with R I would like to play
> up
> the point in the computer skills section of my resume.
> Can
> anybody on the list provide an idea or two as to what
> might
> be an appropriate way to do this? Is it a language or an
> application? What's a proper description for it?
>
> I leave to everyone's judgement as to where to respond,
> but
> I suspect off-list would be proper and leave the list
> bandwidth for more directly R topics.
>
> Thanks in advance for any help possible.
>
> Regards...
>
>
> ---
> Brian Lunergan
> Nepean, Ontario
> Canada
>
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