This site is owned & maintained by Chris Leonard, a web engineer keen on data mining & statistical analysis. The quest for understanding R has lead to countless hours both at the command prompt & on untold hundreds of websites devoted to these subjects.
This site began as a collection of the most useful resources available on the web. I started posting these links in forums & blog comments in answers to others' questions. At some point it dawned on me that if publicly available this list could be helpful for others.
I hope you find this collection of resources on R helpful.
I'm always interested in quality posts on R programming (with the emphasis on quality). If you'd like to contribute, please send me a note on Twitter (@lenwood) and let me know what you're thinking. If your work is published here, you'll have your choice between getting paid or receiving a link as attribution (not both).