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February 11, 2015


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which indicates that the R code is being actively used and modified by users.

In fact it indicates that this statistics is mislead by an artifact: https://github.com/rdpeng/ProgrammingAssignment2
Look at the number of forks here....

And how much of this is due to the basic R programs created as part Data Science specialisation on Coursera?

I agree that this is very much due to coursera. Many of the course projects require you to fork their repo.

At least my fork is included

Yup that is surely due to course era.

But Coursera MOOC's on other programming languages also could require forking.

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