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AntoineSoetewey/README.md

Hello 👋

My name is Antoine Soetewey. I am a PhD student in statistics at UCLouvain. In parallel with my research, I am teaching assistant for several courses in statistics and probability, and I give private lessons to students and academics.

When I find the time, I also write about statistics and code in R on my blog.

Learn more or contact me here.

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  1. A blog on statistics and R aiming at helping academics and professionals working with data to grasp important concepts in statistics and to apply them in R. See statsandr.com

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  2. easystat Public

    Contactez-moi si vous êtes à la recherche d'un prof de stat pour vos cours ou mémoires, ou une entreprise qui désire apporter une dimension statistique à un projet.

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  3. Shiny app to compute probabilities for the main probability distributions. See https://antoinesoetewey.shinyapps.io/statistics-101/

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  4. Shiny app to perform statistical inference on mean(s), proportion(s) and variance(s). See https://antoinesoetewey.shinyapps.io/statistics-201/

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  5. Personal website of Antoine Soetewey

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December 2021

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Created an issue in coolbutuseless/svgparser that received 5 comments

tags not currently handled

Hello, Following your article, I tried to include this svg file in a R Markdown document with the following code: grob <- svgparser::read_svg("over…

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