13 e-books in R Programming Language category
e-books in R Programming Language category
by Garrett Grolemund, Hadley Wickham – O’Reilly Media , 2016
This book will teach you how to do data science with R: You’ll learn how to get your data into R, get it into the most useful structure, transform it, visualise it and model it. In this book, you will find a practicum of skills for data science.
by Hadley Wickham – O’Reilly Media , 2016
This practical book shows you how to bundle reusable R functions, sample data, and documentation together by applying author Hadley Wickham’s package development philosophy. You’ll work with devtools, roxygen, and testthat, a set of R packages.
by Roger D. Peng – Leanpub , 2016
This book teaches you to use R to effectively visualize and explore complex datasets. Exploratory data analysis is a key part of the data science process because it allows you to sharpen your question and refine your modeling strategies.
by Sivakumaran Raman – Smashwords , 2017
Learn R programming for data analysis in a single day. The book aims to teach data analysis using R within a day to anyone who already knows some programming in any other language. The book has sample code which can be downloaded as a zip file.
by Colin Gillespie, Robin Lovelace – O’Reilly , 2016
The book is about increasing the amount of work you can do with R in a given amount of time. It’s about both computational and programmer efficiency. It’s for anyone who uses R and who wants to make their use of R more reproducible and faster.
by Vincent Zoonekynd , 2007
Contents: Introduction to R; Programming in R; From Data to Graphics; Customizing graphics; Factorial methods; Clustering; Probability Distributions; Estimators and Statistical Tests; Regression; Other regressions; Regression Problems; etc.
by Hadley Wickham , 2013
The book is designed primarily for R users who want to improve their programming skills and understanding of the language. It should also be useful for programmers coming to R from other languages, as it explains some of R’s quirks…
by Norman Matloff – UC Davis , 2009
This book is for those who wish to write code in R, as opposed to those who use R mainly for a sequence of separate, discrete statistical operations. The reader’s level of programming background may range from professional to novice.
by Julian J. Faraway , 2002
The emphasis of this text is on the practice of regression and analysis of variance. The objective is to learn what methods are available and when they should be applied. Many examples are presented to clarify the use of the techniques.
by Patrick Burns – Burns Statistics , 2011
If you don’t know of ‘The R Inferno’, this revised edition is a book-length (intermediate level) explanation of a few trouble spots when using the R language. If you are using R and you think you’re in hell, this is a map for you.
by J H Maindonald – Australian National University , 2008
These notes are designed to allow individuals who have a basic grounding in statistical methodology to work through examples that demonstrate the use of R for a range of types of data manipulation, graphical presentation and statistical analysis.
by John Verzani – Chapman & Hall/CRC , 2004
A self-contained treatment of statistical topics and the intricacies of the R software. The book focuses on exploratory data analysis, includes chapters on simulation and linear models. It lays the foundation for further study and development using R.
by W. N. Venables, D. M. Smith – Network Theory , 2008
Comprehensive introduction to R, a software package for statistical computing and graphics. R supports a wide range of statistical techniques, and is easily extensible via user-defined functions, or using modules written in C, C++ or Fortran.