Rabbit: introduction to R (free web book)

January 14, 2015
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(This article was first published on Quantide | R consulting | R training | R everywhere, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Dear R users,
all chapters of Rabbit are now online.

Rabbit is a free web book (i.e. a manual) about base R. It covers several base topics such as: R installation, R first steps, R data objects, R data import, R functions, R graphics and R statistical base functions. Almost all arguments of this web book are covered by our Introduction to R course.

Web books are mini sites with R manuals written by Quantide consultants. Each web book has a “fancy name” of an animal who name starts with the R.

If you are interested in advanced R programming, please refer to Ramarro, our first web book.

Enjoy!

 

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