[R] Question about using R sample datasets
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Mon May 3 03:29:30 CEST 2021
You have already been reminded that none of us are lawyers. There is license text associated with every package and base R, and it is not necessarily the same for all parts of R, so there is no way for us to answer your question in its vague form and no way for you to rely our opinions even if you do clarify.
On May 2, 2021 1:38:49 AM PDT, Maja Analytics <maja.analytics.blog using gmail.com> wrote:
>Thanks for the advice.
>What about R code? Is that free to share? I would use my own dataset or
>made up dataset, so I am only now interested what about R code, can I
>screenshot it and then explain what is on the photo?
>ned, 2. svi 2021. u 01:17 David Winsemius <dwinsemius using comcast.net>
>> Any answer you get here will will have all the authority of "some guy
>> the Internet", but my reading of the licenses is that as long as you
>> proper credit that you can use any material in teaching or commercial
>> purposes AND derivative works are likewise copy-able on an open
>> (FOSS) basis. You should read the LinkedIn TOS and make sure that
>> there is not subject to some sort of publisher's copyright. That
>might be a
>> violation fo the licensing for material copied from CRAN sources.
>> Acknowledgment alone might not be an acceptable use. You may need to
>> appropriate legal counsel or get opinions from the creators of the
>> licensing language, since there are a variety of license.
>> David Winsemius, MD, (IANAL)
>> > On May 1, 2021, at 12:17 PM, Maja Analytics <
>> maja.analytics.blog using gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hello!
>> > I would like to make tutorials for non-data scientists in R on
>> > as LinkedIn articles. Could you tell me if I can use R sample
>> > would note the acknowledgements on the end) for that?
>> > Thanks in advance, kind regards,
>> > Maja
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