The very least you need to know about this weblog...
To promote and support the use of R, the open source data analysis & graphics software system, as the tool of choice for marketing analytics in general and for customer intelligence in particular.
We have purposely chosen the weblog format to encourage the free exchange of ideas by informal and timely postings. Please contribute. Ask questions. Add comments.
See the Welcome and Open Source Customer Intelligence posts for more detail.
Left sidebar will remain fairly static. New R books will be added, of course, as they are published.
Posts, like the one you are reading now, are in the center column and are sorted most recent first.
Within each post you may find:
1) Clickable links to other posts in the blog or elsewhere on the web.
2) Clickable links to files uploaded to the blog.
3) Clickable thumbnails for diagrams and/or pictures
The footer below each post shows:
1) Author & Date Time stamp
2) Category to which post is assigned. Click on it to see posts all in the same category.
3) Permalink is the static link (URL) for the post. Use it when setting up links back to this post.
4) Comments(n) shows number of comments on this post. Click on it to see the comments and the form add your own comments
Right sidebar is your navigation friend!
1) The calendar shows days with posts. Click on a day to see only postings on that day.
2) "Categories" show four categories I've defined (thus far). Click on a category to see only the posts on that topic.
3) "Recent Posts" and "Recent Comments" each list 10 most recent of each.
4) "Archives" are set up by month. Click on a month link to see only posts done in that month.
All visitors are welcome to comment on any post as long as comments are relevant and observe the usual code of behavior. The blog administrator reserves the right to edit or delete any posting. Habitual offenders will be blocked from commenting.
If you would like actively participate in this blog, especially the “Open CI” initiative, please email me and asked to be added to the author list.
Posts on this weblog are the individual contributions and opinions of the posters. They do not speak for Loyalty Matrix, Inc., even when the poster may be a Loyalty Matrix employee. The only official Loyalty Matrix policy stated here is: Loyalty Matrix, Inc. will forward all referral fees received for book sales through the links on this site to the R Foundation immediately upon receipt.
When suggestions, methods, and actual code is posted it is done so as an informal contribution to the community. Neither Loyalty Matrix, Inc. nor the individual contributors assume any responsibility for errors or omissions, or for damages resulting from the use of the information contained herein.