Sharing my R notes

May 18, 2013

(This article was first published on TRinker's R Blog » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

I started working with R 2 1/2 years ago. I remember opening R closing it and thinking it was the dumbest thing ever (command line to a non programmer is not inviting). Now it’s my constant friend. From the beginning I took notes to remind myself all of the things I learned and relearned. They’ve been invaluable to me in learning. They are not particularly well arranged nor do they credit sources properly. There are likely bad or outdated practices in there but I figured they may be helpful to others learning the language and so I’m sharing.

Note that :

1) they are poorly arranged
2) they may have mistakes
3) they don’t credit others work properly or at all

They were for me but now I think maybe others will find them useful so here they are:

click here

*Note that the file is larger ~7000KB and 274 pages worth.

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