Video: What is R?

February 10, 2010

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

By popular demand, we've made the video of our 30-minute webcast "The R Project" available on YouTube so that everyone can easily watch it. If you (or a friend!) have ever wondered what this R thing is all about, this is the video for you. Here's the first part:

Because of YouTube restrictions it's split up into four parts, but you can find the other three parts at the link below. There you'll also find also a download link for the slides in PDF format, with lots of useful links to R resources like tutorials, blogs, books and more.

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

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