R spells for data wizards

July 18, 2013

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

Thomas Levine has put together a handy list of "data spells" for R: all of those cool, slightly hacky ways of getting things done with R that you might not come across in the standard documentation. Check out the link below for handy hints on importing data, handling lists and factor objects, using .Rprofile to configure your standard R environment, and much more.

thomaslevine.com: R spells for data wizards

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