Over a month ago, David Smith
published a call for people to participate in the “Future of Open Source” Survey. 550 people (and me) took the survey, and today I got an e-mail with the news that the 2010 survey results are analysed and where published in the “Future.Of.Open.Source blog” In the following (38 slides) presentation:
I would like to thank Bryan House and anyone else who took part in making this survey, analyzing and publishing it’s results.
The presentation has left me with some thoughts and conclusions, I would like to share with you here.
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Someone on the R mailing list (
link) asked: how can you easily (daily) collect data from many people into a spreadsheet and then analyse it using R.
The answer people gave to it where on various ways of using excel. But excel files (at least for now), are not “on the cloud”. A better answer might be to create a google form that will update a google spreadsheet that will then be read by R.
If my last sentence wasn’t clear to you, then this post is for you.
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Patrick Burns just posted to the mailing list the following massage:
There is now a document called “Some hints for the R beginner” whose purpose is to get people up and running with R as quickly as possible.
Direct access to it is:
JRR Tolkien wrote a story (sans hobbits) called ‘Leaf by Niggle’ that has always resonated with me. I offer you an imperfect, incomplete tree (but my roof is intact).
Suggestions for improvements are encouraged.
And here is the link tree for the document (for your easy reviewing of the offered content) :
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