Coming to R from SQL, Python, SAS, Matlab, or Lisp

January 18, 2010

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

Head over to Revolutions Blog for a list of PDF and powerpoint resources for making the transition to R from other programming or stats languages.  All of these notes come from the New York R meetup. I enjoyed browsing the meetup’s files – lots of powerpoints, PDFs, and example R data files for various topics, including several slideshows on ggplot2.  Don’t forget the ggplot2 tutorial I posted

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