A Step-by-Step R Tutorial: An Introduction into R Applications and Programming (Emmanuel Paradis)

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A Step-by-Step R Tutorial: An Introduction into R Applications and Programming (Emmanuel Paradis)

A Step-by-Step Tutorial in R aims to teach both the fundamentals of R as well as the fundamental abilities needed for effective R programming.

The focus is on turning concepts for data analysis into practical R scripts. All throughout, it is emphasized that gaining a thorough knowledge of the topic comes before programming. The next stage is to develop step-by-step code that will be executed by the R evaluator once the problem has been properly described.

Despite being originally designed as an instructor-led course, A Step-by-Step Tutorial in R can also be utilized, with a little more work, as a self-teaching option. the management of R objects, workspaces, functions, graphics, data structures, subscribing, search pathways, evaluation environments, vectorized programming, mapping functions, loops, error tracing, and statistical modeling are all covered in the first 11 chapters, which make up the body of the book. The optional last chapters delve deeper into approaches for optimization as well as the study of variance and covariance.

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About the Authors
Niel le Roux is an Emeritus Professor of Statistics at Stellenbosch University.
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