A Survivor′s Guide to R: An Introduction for the Uninitiated and the Unnerved
Focusing on developing practical R skills rather than teaching pure statistics, Dr. Kurt Taylor Gaubatz’s A Survivor’s Guide to R provides a gentle yet thorough introduction to R. The book is structured around critical R tasks, and focuses on applied knowledge, rather than abstract concepts. Gaubatz’s easy-to-read approach helps students with little or no background in statistics or programming to develop real-world R skills through straightforward coverage of R objects and functions. Focusing on real-world data, the challenges of dataset construction, and the use of R’s powerful graphing tools, the guide is written in an accessible, sympathetic, even humorous style that ensures students acquire functional R skills they can use in their own projects and carry into their work beyond the classroom. [From Amazon.com]
Thousand Oaks, California
Data processing, Practical skills, Students
Programming Languages and Compilers | Statistics and Probability
Gaubatz, Kurt Taylor, "A Survivor′s Guide to R: An Introduction for the Uninitiated and the Unnerved" (2015). Political Science & Geography Faculty Books. 36.