Two weeks ago I mentioned that I was clearing my calendar until I finished writing A Guide to Working with Census Data in R. Today I’m happy to announce that the Guide is complete!
I even took out a special domain for the project: RCensusGuide.info.
The Guide is designed to address two problems that people who work with R and US Census Data face:
The Guide details the five most popular datasets that the Census Bureau publishes. It also describes the seven most popular R packages for working with Census data.
The best part? The Guide is free, and lists ways for you to continue learning about both the datasets and R packages that it mentions.
A special thank you to the R Consortium for funding this project!
I hope that you enjoy reading the Guide!