When you want to start using R, it’s hardly a problem to find information. Next to all the free guidance on the web, there exists a mountain of books that covers about everything you need to know about R. So…

- Home
- About the book
- Get the book
- Reviews
- About R
- Sample code
- Chapter 1 – Introducing R: The Big Picture
- Chapter 2 – Exploring R
- Chapter 3 – The Fundamentals of R
- Chapter 4 – Getting Started with Arithmetic
- Chapter 5 – Getting Started with Reading and Writing
- Chapter 6 – Going on a Date with R
- Chapter 7 – Working in More Dimensions
- Chapter 8 – Putting the Fun in Functions
- Chapter 9 – Controlling the Logical Flow
- Chapter 10 – Debugging Your Code
- Chapter 11 – Finding Information in the R Help Files
- Chapter 12 – Getting Data into and out of R
- Chapter 13 – Manipulating and Processing Data
- Chapter 14 – Summarizing Data
- Chapter 15 – Testing Differences and Relations
- Chapter 16 – Using Base Graphics
- Chapter 17 – Creating Faceted Graphics with Lattice
- Chapter 18 – Looking At ggplot2 Graphics
- Chapter 19 – Ten Things You Can Do in R That You Wouldâ€™ve Done in Microsoft Excel
- Chapter 20 – Ten Tips on Working with Packages

- Bonus material
- Blog

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