The R Programming Wikibook

June 27, 2011
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(This article was first published on cloudnumbers.com » R-project, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Visit “The R Programming wikibook” to extend your knowledge about R and to get a lot of introductions how to use it. If you are an R expert and wish to contribute your knowledge and editing skills to the project, then you can learn how to write in wiki-markup and how to edit a wikibook. This is really great, you can even use R syntax highlighting in the wikibook: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Talk:R_Programming#Syntax_Highlighting

Cloudnumbers.com is going to contribute content for high performance and cloud computing with R to “The R Programming wikibook”. We are looking forward for feedback, comments and improvements for our posts.

More information you can go to Tal Galili’s blog: http://www.r-statistics.com/2011/06/calling-r-lovers-and-bloggers-to-work-together-on-the-r-programming-wikibook/

Copyright notice: Cloudnumbers.com hereby release all of the writing material content that is categorized in the R-project blog category under the cc-by-sa copyrights (date: 27.06.2011).

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