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R for Beginners: Installing and Using the R Commander GUI, Part One

September 7, 2016
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R for Beginners:  Installing and Using the R Commander GUI, Part One

A tutorial by D.M. Wiig This tutorial is posted as an embedded Word document.  To view the document full screen click on the button in the lower right corner of the window. Please note that you must be online for the full page Word document display to...

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R For Beginners: Installing and Using the R Console in a Windows Environment

September 2, 2016
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R For Beginners:  Installing and Using the R Console in a Windows Environment

An R tutorial by D. M. Wiig This tutorial is posted as an embedded Word document. To view the document full screen click on the icon in the lower-right corner of the document window. My next post covering installing and using the Rcommander GUI will b...

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Using R to Create Ternary Diagrams: An Example Using 2016 Presidential Polling Data

August 22, 2016
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Using R to Create Ternary Diagrams:  An Example Using 2016 Presidential Polling Data

An R Tutorial by D. M. Wiig In previous tutorials I have discussed the basics of creating a ternary plot using the ggtern package using a simple hypothetical data frame containing five values. In a subsequent tutorial I discussed the application by creating a ternary graph using election results from the British House of Commons … Continue reading Using...

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Using R to Create Ternary Graphs

August 18, 2016
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Using R to Create Ternary Graphs

I am currently working on an updated posting of my tutorial Ternary Diagrams Using R: An Example Using Election Outcomes. The new tutorial will explore using ternary diagrams to track shifts in support for presidential candidates in the 2016 US preside...

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R-Fiddle R Console and Data Editor: R Collaboration in the Cloud

February 11, 2016
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R-Fiddle R Console and Data Editor:  R Collaboration in the Cloud

R-Fiddle is a great tool to develop and test  code segments or complete R programs.   By accessing the R-Fiddle web site users have a fully functioning R console,  code editor and discussion board all in one place.  If a user has code uploaded that has been designated to share,  other users can access the … Continue reading R-Fiddle...

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