In case you missed them, here are some articles from January of particular interest to R users.
Animated visualizations and analysis of data from NYC's municipal bike program, created with R.
Many local R user groups are sharing materials from meetups using Github.
Many datasets are available for analysis in R using Kaggle's online platform, including the American Community Survey.
Replays are available for recent webinars on Microsoft R Open and Microsoft R Server.
Microsoft R Open 3.2.3 (formerly Revolution R Open), and new CRAN Time Machine now available at MRAN.
Overview of parallel computing in R.
Microsoft R Server available free to students and developers.
R played a big part in a scientific breakthrough regarding reproducibility of results.
An online data science course using Microsoft Azure and R.
A review of the 7th R user conference in Spain.
Using network analysis in R to explore connections in the movie "Love Actually".
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