1. Who is behind this blog? What is your background?
  2. Why did you start this blog?
  3. What technique and theme do you use to write this blog and articles?
  4. I’m new to this blog, R, or stats, where can I start?
  5. Can I reuse or translate the content of your blog?
  6. I would like to copy your analysis in one of your articles. Can I use the full code?
  7. I think there is an error / bug, what is the best way to report it?
  8. I have a question, how can I contact you?
  9. Is it possible to participate in this blog?
  10. How can I support you and support this blog?
  11. Can you link to my website?
  12. Can you write about this particular topic?
  13. Would you do personal tutoring or consulting?
  14. I have a question that is not mentioned here

This FAQ can be updated with new questions. Feel free to please contact me if you have any other questions.

1. Who is behind this blog? What is your background?

Learn who is behind this blog and see more about my background About the page.

2. Why did you start this blog?

See why I started this blog in my article main benefits of a technical blog.

3. What technique and theme do you use when writing this blog and articles?

This blog is written with the letter R. {blogdown} package and Hugo as well as deployment and hosting through Netlify.

On the subject, I wanted to focus on the information I provided in my articles and didn’t want to distract readers with too many features, so I chose Renga a theme that is a minimalist theme for Hugo / blogdown. As the blog evolved, I made small changes to the code that I considered important.

The code for this website can be found at GitHub.

4. I’m new to this blog, R, or stats, where can I start?

If you are new to blogging, you can start with the following articles:

Alternatively, you can review all articles with the tagBasics”.

5. Can I reuse or translate the content of your blog?

Yes, but remember that I am not responsible for the code or the results it receives.

If you use code or material in your own project, refer to the source, including:

  • Author Name: “Antoine Soetewey”
  • Title of the article or tutorial
  • Website name: “Statistics and R”
  • The URL of the article or tutorial
  • The date you used or copied the code

For example:

Antoine Soetewey, Detection of anomalies in R., Statistics and R. Retrieved from https://statsandr.com/blog/outliers-detection-in-r/, read November 3, 2020.

If your work is public, feel free to Send it to me so i can check it out.

I am also very happy to see translations of my blog posts. Tell me about your translation so I can link to it in the original blog post.

6. I would like to copy your analysis in one of your articles. Can I use the full code?

You can see the full code for all articles GitHub.

7. I think there is an error / fault, what is the best way to report it?

If you find an error or an error, you can raise the matter in Github.

Thanks in advance for your feedback, I’ll fix the message as soon as possible!

Here are the best ways to communicate so I can get back to you as soon as possible:

  • If you have any questions or suggestions related to a specific article, please add it as a comment so other readers can benefit from the discussion
  • Report any bugs or errors to me highlight a problem on GitHub. Please note that the code for all articles and pages on this blog can be found at GitHub
  • Use the contact form for all other requests contact page

9. Is it possible to participate in this blog?

Absolutely! You can share your post on this blog by posting it donation page.

I am also open to other forms of cooperation. See for more information This part.

10. How can I support you and support this blog?

You can support the development of this blog support page. Thank you in advance for your support, help is greatly appreciated!

Thank you for your interest.

Except for a few rare cases, I won’t add your link to one of my articles for two simple reasons:

  1. There are a lot of good resources online (including yours). This means that if I accept your request, I will have to accept everyone else’s requests
  2. A link to content that I think will help my readers learn something about statistics or R. at that time I am writing every article

If you believe you have a relevant article in an article, feel free to post it in the article comments. It’s a great way to get involved in an ongoing conversation and allow readers to review your work.

Thank you for your understanding!

12. Can you write about this particular topic?

Suggestions on specific topics are always welcome. As written here send, I only write on familiar topics to be as precise and complete as possible.

So if I know the topic you suggested and I have some free time, I’ll definitely write about it. However, if I am not an expert in the field, I will let you know and try to direct you to more knowledgeable people.

13. Would you provide personal tutoring or consulting?

Yes, I am open to personal teaching or consulting to help:

  • – professionals in their research or project, and
  • university students in their classes or in their thesis

do not hesitate to please contact me if you have any questions (e.g. availability, prices, etc.).

14. I have a question that is not mentioned here

If you still have a question not mentioned here, you can please contact me.

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