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The R Journal, Issue 1 Volume 1

May 29, 2009
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The R journal just published its inaugural peer-reviewed journal. Aligned with the open-source mantra, the journal is free and openly accessible. The journal features short articles on topics focused on R, including notes about new add-on packages, hints for R newcomers, application reports detailing examples of data analysis with R, and other news items. The current...

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Free one-day R course at Vanderbilt

May 26, 2009
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The Vanderbilt Kennedy Center is offering a free (repeat, free) one-day introductory course to the R statistical computing language on June 23, taught by Theresa Scott from the department of Biostatistics. You can find contact/registration info at the link below.Vanderbilt Kennedy Center - An Introduction to the Fundamentals & Functionality of the R LanguageIn case you missed it,...

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R Reference Card (PDF)

May 5, 2009
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Last week I posted a short tutorial on how to merge datasets using R. R is a free and open-source statistical computing software and programming language (get R here). The only downside is a steeper learning curve because the documentation is sparse and often difficult to understand at first. Once you start using it, you'll realize...

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