Statistics with R (Vincent Zoonekynd, et al)

 
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Statistics with R (Vincent Zoonekynd, et al)

Aimed at both beginning statistics students and non-statistician scientists in a variety of subjects, this book offers an introduction to R at the elementary level.

The primary method of exposition is through code examples, which are liberally commented on from both a computational and a statistical standpoint. Before using them, the statistical approaches are briefly explained in parts. The data sets are available in an additional R package that can be downloaded.

All of the examples are immediately executable, and the examples were used to create all of the text's images. Statistical standard distributions, one- and two-sample tests with continuous data, regression analysis, one- and two-way analysis of variance, regression analysis, tabular data analysis, and sample size calculations are all addressed in the statistical approach. The final four chapters also include introductions to logistic regression, survival analysis, multiple linear regression analysis, and linear models in general.

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