An ideal introduction for readers from all disciplines, this book provides examples and solutions (including code) to technical problems that are commonly encountered by beginners and intermediate users of the R statistical programming package. Unlike most existing texts, this one is not meant to teach statistics; rather, it shows readers how they can perform various tasks using the R program. The author explores problems with importing data, transforming data, making statistical analyses, creating graphics for scientific publications, and installing R packages.
Importing Data. Manipulating Data. Statistical Analyses. Graphics. R.