April 17, 2012
Started out with APL, SAS-IML, and S-PLUS, but switched to R about 10 years ago, and plan to stick with it.
Statistician (TNO Leiden), Professor of Applied Statistics in Prevention (University of Utrecht).
Applied statistics in public health, growth, epidemiology and related areas
R is a great way to implement and deploy new statistical methods. I co-developed the mice package for multiple imputation of multivariate missing data, and use R for building custom solutions.