I wasn’t sure where to post this but I did think it worthy of posting. For those who may have an interest in the R statistical language, there’s a new series of articles on using R to explore earthquake data.
I’m a little familiar with R. I’m pretty unfamiliar with earthquake theory or data. I’m sure that Python can do pretty much any analysis that needs to be done (though my knowledge of Python is less than R). However, R does have some unique strengths. At any rate, for those who might be interested, here’s the link to this series of 4 articles. Submitted because some folks may have an earthquake itch that R can scratch.