Chinese Translations – 中文翻译
Ke Zhang has provided Chinese translations of the Sparklyr Cheatsheet: one in Simplified Chinese and one in Traditional Chinese.
Dutch Translations – Nederlandse Vertaling
Gern Huijberts has provided Dutch translations of the Data Wrangling, Package Development, Data Visualization, and R Markdown cheatsheets.
French Translations – Traductions Françaises
Vincent Guyader and Diane Beldame of ThinkR have provided French translations of the RStudio IDE, Data Visualization, Data Wrangling, and Shiny cheatsheets.
German Translations – Deutsch Übersetzungen
Italian Translations – Traduzioni Italiane
Angelo Salatino of Knowledge Media Institute has provided Italian translations of the Package Development, R Markdown, and RStudio IDE cheatsheets.
Japanese Translations – 日本語翻訳
Korean Translations – 한국어 로 번역
Victor Lee of xwMOOC has provided a Korean translation of the Package Development, R Markdown, and the Caret cheatsheets.
Portuguese Translations – tradução para português
Augusto Queiroz de Macedo has provided Portuguese translations of the Data Visualization, Data Wrangling, and RStudio IDE cheatsheets.
Russian Translations – Переводы
Kirill Voronov of Data Science(R) has provided a Russian translation of the Data Visualization cheatsheet.
Spanish Translations – Traducciones en español
Turkish Translations – Türkçe Çeviriler
Metin Yazici has provided Turkish translations of the Data Import, Data Visualization, and Shiny cheatsheets.
Uzbek Translations – O‘zbek tilidagi tarjimalar
Alisher Suyunov has provided Uzbek translations of the Data Import and Data Transformation cheatsheets.
Vietnamese Translations – Bản dịch tiếng Việt
Anh Hoang Duc and Duc Pham of RAnalytics.vn have provided Vietnamese translations of the Data Visualization, Data Wrangling, R Markdown, Shiny, Package Development, and Base R cheatsheets.
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