# The R WikiBook

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Tal Galili, god bless him, is rounding up R bloggers for an R WikiBook
In support of this book I am announcing all R-related content I post (here and at the old site) to be available under a cc-by-sa license (not that I’d really care if you didn’t give attribution).
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