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Bare-bones R: A Brief Introductory Guide / Edition 1
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Bare-bones R: A Brief Introductory Guide / Edition 1

by Thomas P. Hogan
 

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ISBN-10: 1412980410

ISBN-13: 9781412980418

Pub. Date: 02/02/2010

Publisher: SAGE Publications

Bare-Bones R provides a practical, hands-on introduction to the elements of R and R Commander. Assuming no background in computer programming, author Thomas P. Hogan guides the novice in using these valuable tools for statistical analysis. The book walks the reader through steps for downloading and then works through examples of basic statistical

Overview

Bare-Bones R provides a practical, hands-on introduction to the elements of R and R Commander. Assuming no background in computer programming, author Thomas P. Hogan guides the novice in using these valuable tools for statistical analysis. The book walks the reader through steps for downloading and then works through examples of basic statistical processing.

A Student Study Site contains downloadable data sets used in the text as well as selected updates for R.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781412980418
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
02/02/2010
Pages:
79
Product dimensions:
7.10(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.30(d)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Author
Part 1: Base R
1-1: What is R?
1-2: R's Up's and Down's
1-3: Getting Started: Loading R
1-4: Getting Started Really: Using R as a Calculator
1-5: Creating a Data Set
1-6: Using R Functions: Simple Ones
1-7: Reading in Larger Data Sets
1-8: Getting Help
1-9: Dealing with Missing Data
1-10: Using R Functions: Hypothesis-tests
1-11: R Functions for Commonly Used Statistics
1-12: Two COmmands for Managing Your Files
1-13: R Graphics
Chapter 2: R Commander?
2-1: What is R Commander
2-2: R Commander Windows and Menus
2-3: The Data Menu
2-4: The Statistics Menu
2-5: The Graphics Menu
2-6: The Distributions Menu: Two Quick Examples
Chapter 3: Some Other Stuff
3-1: A Few Other Ways to Enter Data
3-2: Exporting R Results
3-3: Bonus: Build Your Own Functions
3-4: An Example of an Add-on Package
3-5: Keeping Up to Date
3-6: Going Further: Selected References
Handy List of a Few Crucial Commands in base R
Going Further: Selected References

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