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An Introduction

R References

(with speaker notes)

- By
- Danny K. Hunt Eric D. Stolen

Overview

- Web References
- Wikipedia References
- Helps Reference
- Book Reference

Web References

- http//www.r-project.orgThe official R home page
- http//wiki.r-project.orgA great place loaded

with information about R - http//www.r-project.org/doc/Rnews/index.htmlR

newsletter for users and developers of R code - http//wiki.r-project.org/rwiki/doku.php?idgettin

g-startedgetting-started Lots of information

geared to someone new to R - http//addictedtor.free.fr/graphiquesR graph

gallery that shows off Rs graphing capability

Wikipedia References

- R (programming language) http//en.wikipedia.org/w

iki/R_28programming_language29 - S (programming language) http//en.wikipedia.org/

wiki/S_programming_language - S-PLUS http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S-PLUS

Helps Reference

- R Reference Card (Short)http//cran.r-project.org

/doc/contrib/Short-refcard.pdf - R Reference Card (Baron)http//cran.r-project.org

/doc/contrib/refcard.pdf - The R language a short companionhttp//cran.r-p

roject.org/doc/contrib/R_language.pdf - R Functions For Regression Analysishttp//cran.r-

project.org/doc/contrib/Ricci-refcard-regression.p

df

Book Reference

- Statistics An Introduction using R
- by Michael J. Crawley, John Wiley Sons LtdAn

excellent book that provides an introduction to

the essentials of statistical analysis while

teaching the R language. Even if you have a firm

grasp of statistics this book will provide you

with a very good platform to learn R. Crawley

stresses model simplification and estimating

effect sizes.Especially handy is the

availability of worked examples, data sets,

exercises and solutions offered through an

accompanying website.

- The End