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An Introduction to R ❰EPUB❯ ✼ An Introduction to R Author W.N. Venables – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk An Introduction to R is based on the former Notes on R and gives an introduction to the language and how to use R for doing statistical analysis and graphics This manual provides an introduction to R An Introduction to R is based on the former Notes on R and gives an introduction to the language and how to use R for doing statistical analysis and graphics This manual provides An Introduction to R a software package for statistical computing and graphics R is free software distributed under the GNU General Public License An Introduction Kindle - It can be used with GNULinux Unix and Microsoft Windows.

  • Paperback
  • 156 pages
  • An Introduction to R
  • W.N. Venables
  • English
  • 02 July 2015
  • 9780954161743

4 thoughts on “An Introduction to R

  1. Richard Richard says:

    Somewhere in my apartment I'm sure I've still got my ancient copy of The C Programming Language which is still my mental template of what a language specification should look like Actually the Platonic ideal was Jensen Wirth's Pascal User Manual and Report with its wondrous syntax diagrams in Appendix D which made very clear how to write a recursive lexical analysisparser when it came time to write a compiler but I used C professionally not Pascal so knew it much deeper back thenIn comparison this book is pretty lame The structure didn't seem to have much clarity and there were uite a few aspects that just left me clueless I still don't know if the language has overloading for example some aspects of rendering a plot seem to indicate that the plus operator may be overloaded in building graphics before rendering? Not sureI'm not complaining too deeply because there's lots out there and this reference is free I'm enjoying learning a new language for the first time in several decades and 𝑹 is pretty cool RStudio makes it pretty painless too although I still haven't figured out how to use the debugging facility I've just opened up R for Data Science Import Tidy Transform Visualize and Model Data which has great ratings here There's not much on Shiny though so I'll need to find something on that when I get to it

  2. May Ling May Ling says:

    I got this book as I am learning R for a class I think it will be helpful though it appears that R is not so much on the user interface side I will need to most likely attach R to something else that is interface related to get to the place I need to get toStill as far as languages goes this really is one of the most straight forward languages I have encountered for statistical stuff The guide does seem pretty straight forward but then again I am a novice so it was perfect for me

  3. Bill Bill says:

    A very succinct intro

  4. Mel Mel says:

    Very Nice introduction to R but in the middle it's get a little confuse Unless that this is a very great introduction book about this free and open source programming language R

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