20 July 2012

Are you using R? - A Brief R Software Survey

In an ongoing effort to provide resources and training for the public health surveillance community, ISDS requests feedback on your experience with using R, the open-source programming language and software environment. R is a no-cost and easily downloadable software environment with a relatively short learning curve for those with previous programming experience. R includes a vast library of free program components for various purposes ranging from data management, visualizations, statistical inferences, and more.

Please take a moment to respond to this brief 5-minute survey to help ISDS plan and deliver R trainings of the greatest need and value. 

If you would like to learn more about R and some of the resources that are currently available to R users, visit the ISDS R Resources page


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