Once in a while someone will translate one of my blog posts. For example, here is a Chinese translation of Just in case versus just in time and here is a Spanish translation of Cosines and correlation.
I’m honored that anyone would take the time to do this. If you’d like to translate one of my posts, please just link back to the original. You’re welcome to post the translation on your site, or let me know and I’ll host the translation on my site.
I experimented with adding a Google Translate widget to some of the most popular static pages on my site. I asked a few people for feedback on the translations of PowerShell Cookbook and R for Programmers. The most positive comment I got was “better than nothing.” Comments ranged from “strained” to “painful.” So apparently Google isn’t going to eliminate the need for manual translations anytime soon.
Update: Alessandro Gentilini has translated Estimating the chances of something that hasn’t happened yet into Italian.