Replace the endless googling with DictionR
The ultimate time saver for R users
Cut the time spent googling for answers Flatten R's learning curve
Hi, my name is Olivier Simard-Casanova, I'm an independant economist and data scientist.
When I started to learn R in 2014 during my PhD in economics, it took me literally years to get comfortable working with it. The main issue was (and still is) how the information was (and still is) spread all over the Internet.
With DictionR, you can access the knowledge I've accumulated since 2014 in one single place.
- Snippet pages are consistent and predictable, written by (and for) a human and have links to the official documentation if you need to dive deeper
- Every single piece of code has been tested — if not even used in production
- For beginners and advanced R users — I use DictionR myself
- I update existing resources and add new ones regularly
- To help you easily learn more about R, resource pages are optimized for discoverability and serendipity
Browse free snippet pages to see what DictionR looks like ⤵️
I launched DictionR in May 2022 and I'll need a bit of time to populate it. To thank early customers who made the jump with me, I'm offering a time-limited launch price.
- Keep the preferred price for as long as you stay subscribed even if the price increases
- If you cancel and decide to resubscribe, you'll be able to resubscribe based on the pricing available when you resubscribe
- Final price will be 454$/year
DictionR is not a personalized questions/answers product. If you have specific, personalized requests related to R, feel free to contact me — I'll happily consider your inquiry.
Is DictionR too expensive for your budget? Are you interested in bulk subscription for your team? Send me an email at email@example.com and I'll see what I can do.
Here is a portfolio of plots, maps and dashboards I created with code that is (or will be) available in DictionR ⤵️