Here’s a guest blog post I did for the blog CogTales run by Sho Tsuji and Christina Bergmann. If you haven’t checked out CogTales yet you really should!
Guest post from Page Piccinini (postdoc at École Normale Supérieure, Paris)
I’ve been an R user for about 8 years (with the occasional break, including that year I took off from science and worked as a real estate agent’s personal assistant). Recently I’ve started teaching an informal R course in our department*. How I went from being self-taught to teaching a course was the prompt for this blog post. Honestly though, it feels weird to say that I’m an R programmer, I guess because I feel like it’s been ingrained in me that I’m not really an R programmer. I don’t do the most complicated things. There are so many people who know so much more than me. I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about this disconnect, the fact that people come to me to ask for help in R and I (almost) always have an answer, yet…
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