Amazon associates links (warnin’)

December 4, 2012
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(This article was originally published at Xi'an's Og » R, and syndicated at StatsBlogs.)

Fox Point Hurricane Barrier and Manchester Street Power Station, Providence, RI, Nov. 30, 2012As in previous years, let me warn unwary readers that the links to Amazon.com and Amazon.fr found on this blog are actually susceptible to earn me a monetary gain [from 4% to 7%] if a purchase is made in the 24 hours following the entry on Amazon through this link, thanks to the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com/fr. As with last year, most of the items purchased through the links and contributing to my bookoholic addiction are rather unrelated with the purpose of the ‘Og, but, as already mentioned , anything can happen within 24 hours! Here are the weirdest ones:

plus of course the books I actually reviewed along the past months, positively or negatively… Like seven copies of Error and Inference. And a dozen of R for dummies. And many other books on Bayesian statistics and R programming. Thanks!


Filed under: Books, Kids, R, Statistics Tagged: Amazon, book reviews, Compaq, Ctuhulhu, Donald, Error and Inference, Nile, Og, Pokemon, R, R for dummies



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