It must be time for the annual report, kindly generated by the people from WordPress at the end of each year.
I’m pleased to see that I still averaged almost 2 posts a month, given that it was a difficult year in many ways (more on that later). Visitors from 202 countries! And if I never blogged again, it seems that people will want to learn about R’s apply functions for a long time to come.
2016 is going to be a bit “different”. Look out for the blog post which explains how and why, coming soon…
If your WordPress blog is hosted at WordPress.com (like this one), you may know that source code in posts is formatted and highlighted using a shortcode, as explained here.
Until recently, R was not on the list of supported languages (neither was Perl), but I noticed today that both of them are now supported. This may have happened months ago and I just wasn’t aware of it. I spent a merry hour or so updating my old posts in the R category, so the code should now feature pretty colours. Let me know if you spot any errors that I may have introduced inadvertently.
I guess this is in some sense recognition that R is now used quite widely and that usage is growing.