An R Book for the Rest of Us

October 16, 2012
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(This article was first published on W. Andrew Barr's Paleoecology Blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)


R for Dummies is here!  Initial reviews are very positive for this book (I haven't gotten it yet).  I am very hopeful though, because the word on the street is that it doesn't assume you have any programming knowledge or much statistical knowledge, and that it provides you with the tools you need to start tackling concrete problems.

Shameless commerce disclosure: I will receive a small percentage of the purchase price if you use the above amazon.com link. 

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