R-bloggers is a very popular aggregator of blogs about R. I’m very pleased to announce this blog to be on also in R-bloggers!
Thanks to Tal Galili to have created and maintaining actively this website.
Why on R-bloggers?
I’m a daily reader of R-bloggers since years. This is one of the main source to update my knowledge about R. Putting this blog on R-blogger gives me extra-viewer, far more comments than before and then it’s very stimulating.
Furthermore, it pushes me to improve both the content of my posts and the quality of my English!
How do I send my posts to R-bloggers?
--- layout: post title: the "Ten simple rules for reproducible computational research" are easy to reach for r users categories: - r - reproductible research - r-bloggers ---
This adds the post to a dedicated RSS feed for R-bloggers.
To create this RSS feed, configure an RSS feed file (feed_r-bloggers.xml) that filter only on the posts with the
Then, expose this RSS feed to your header (in
<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="Joris Muller's blog - r-bloggers" href="http://blog.jom.link/feed_r-bloggers.xml" />