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Tag Archives: rstats
Getting started – RStudio, ggplot, installing packages and loading them for use
Install R Revise how to install R, as previously discussed here and here. Installation How do you download and install R? Google “CRAN” and click on the download link, then follow the instructions (e.g. at “install R for the first time”). … Continue reading
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Plot your data
I would start plotting my data almost from the beginning. You can get an impression of how powerful the visualization capacity of R is from this gallery. There are multiple systems for doing graphics in R (cf. in SPSS where you … Continue reading
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Getting started in R – me and other people on how to get started
As noted previously, there are a huge number of resources on how to get started with R, available online. I will be making my own contributions to this genre but before I really get rolling with that, it is fair … Continue reading
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Getting started in R – other people on why R?
Why use R? For insider, it’s because R is free, a language, a system with great graphics capabilities, a flexible toolkit, access to the cuttingedge, and a vibrant and supportive user community. For Kevin Goulding, the reasons also include that … Continue reading
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Getting started in R – Why R?
I will be sharing how to get started in R, using RStudio. Most R blogs (see R bloggers) include a ‘getting started’ entry and this will be my first (autobigraphical) version of ‘getting started’, built around my answers to the … Continue reading
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Getting started – Learning how to learn
Getting help, in R, is about other people: http://www.rbloggers.com/randsocialmedia/