Introduction to R webinar today, slides available

January 28, 2010
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(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Just a quick reminder that I'll be hosting an introductory webinar about R today, The R Project: Data Analysis and Statistical Graphics for the Enterprise. It's at 9AM Pacific, so you might still have time to register for the live session at the link below.

Otherwise, if you did catch the live session, you can pick up the slides at the link below: the PDF has live links to all the resources and sites I mentioned in the talk. And if you have any comments or questions that we didn't have time to address live, please use the comments section below and I'll answer as many as I can.

And if you missed the live session, the replay will be posted in the next couple of days -- stay tuned for an announcement here on the blog.

REvolution Computing: The R Project: Data Analysis and Statistical Graphics for the Enterprise

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