I hardly see anyone posting here anymore, despite the superior technology when compared with the SAS mailing list. I'm curious why people aren't using this environment more often for questions?

asked 30 Jan '13, 12:46

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Is it possible people are using stackoverflow?

I agree, this medium is endlessly better than a mailing list.

I've been an R user for years, and there's a large R community on stackoverflow. As of last week I'm in an organisation using SAS so stackoverflow was my first port of call. This is obviously very similar, but I don't think there's really a place for 2 of the same thing in this sort of space online, or people will end up having to ask a question in 5 places :/

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