# New Book in Text Analysis for R

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Focus for books on R tend to be highly focused on either statisticians or programmers. There is a dearth of material to assist those in typically less quantitative field access the powerful tools in the R ecosystem. Enter Text Analysis with R for Students of Literature.

I haven’t done a deep read of the book, but the goal of opening up R to the Literature community is a laudable one. Plus the wordcloud package gets a shout out!

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