Solve your R problems

 

Solve your R problems, tongue frozen to pole

Does your R run too fast? cheetahs

Does your code always do as expected? alligator gripping beard, photo by hyku via Flickr

Have you missed out on some circles of hell? Sandro Botticelli

transport yourself to ..., broken old car without wheels

The R Inferno, Sandro Botticelli


From THE world leader in scrwing up, fallen clown

not for sale at a website near you, http://www.burns-stat.com, abandoned service station

download ‘The R Inferno’

Update

While it is still not for sale at a website near you, it is also for sale at a website near you:

Buy The R Inferno

Epilogue

I’m not a lawyer, but here is my understanding of the rules should you want to extract images from this page:

  • Most of the images are from istockphoto.com. You would need to pay for each image that you want to use.
  • It is unlikely that Sandro Botticelli is going to come round claiming his intellectual property.
  • The alligator picture is under an attribution license from hyku.  An attribution is in the image.  If you extract that one, a link back to this page would be pleasant but not mandatory.


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