CloudStat: Learn & Do R Language on the Cloud

November 19, 2011
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(This article was first published on CloudStat, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Hi! My fellow useRs! I’m making a web-based R Language platform ( http://cloudst.at/ ) for my students. My aim is to decrease the learning curve of learning R and collaboration. With CloudStat, there is no more download, installation, update and maintenance.

It’s still under development and currently also a testing phrase. So, I need your help to test it out and give me some feedback, hope that it will be my teaching tool in coming January 2012.

This is the intro screencast I made, can you have a look and give me some feedback? Thanks a lot ^^

CloudStat is a platform to learn and do R on the Cloud. With CloudStat, there is no more download, installation, update and maintenance. CloudStat decreases the R language learning curve besides collaboration. And it’s Free! Here is a tutorial about making your 1st analysis in CloudStat. Demo @ http://cloudst.at

 

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At the same time, I had made some really simple & easy video tutorial for those are really newbie. You can learn using CloudStat, R and S-Plus using these tutorial. Short videos (2-5 mins) and manuscripts for videos are provided.

1 CloudStat: Learn & Do R Language on the Cloud 云端统计
2 CloudStat: Values & Variables
3 CloudStat: Importing Data
4 CloudStat: Concatenating Data
5 CloudStat: Simple Linear Regression
6 CloudStat: Constructing a new table using c, cbind, rbind functions
7 CloudStat: Sequence Function, seq()
8 CloudStat: Repeat Function, rep()
9 CloudStat: Access elements of a table n Dimension Function, dim()

Thanks a lot!


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