This post shares the video from the talk presented on 15th August 2012 by Dr Andrew Robinson on S3 Classes at Melbourne R Users. S3 classes are baked in to R; their influence permeates the language and how we interact with it. This talk introduces S3 classes, and why they are relevant to all R users. The talk covers their definition, interpretation, construction, and manipulation.
Andrew Robinson is deputy director of ACERA and senior lecturer in applied statistics at the University of Melbourne. He is co-author of 2.95 books on R: “Forest Analystics with R” and “Introduction to Scientific Programming and Simulation Using R“, and the hopefully soon to be completed “Methods of Statistical Model Estimation“.
- Slides for the talk
- Melbourne R Users Meetup page
- Andrew Robinson’s Home Page
- Andrew Robinson’s 150+ page introduction to R “IcebreakR” available as PDF
- Complete play list of Melbourne R User videos here