Online Resources for Learning R

December 1, 2010
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(This article was first published on Josh Paulson's Blog » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Online classes are an easy and convenient way to learn more about a topic of interest. Not surprisingly, there are a variety of online resources, free and otherwise, to learn more about R. From online graduate classes, to the more “learn at your own pace” approach, here are some resources I have found useful:

Programming R – Beginner to advanced resources for the R programming language

Statistics.com – Variety of courses including beginner and advance topics in R

  • Programming in R – Intermediate level programming
  • R graphics – Learn to fully customize plots and graphics
  • ggplot2 – In depth course taught by Dr. Hadley Wickham

University of Washington – Certificate in Computational Finance with R Programming

Carnegie Mellon – Open and Free Courses including teaching Statistics with R

Penn State – Online Learning through the Department of Statistics


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