[ddj] Beginner's guide to the R Project for Statistical Computing

Lic. Jesus Gumaro Viacobo jgumaro at unam.mx
Thu Jun 6 15:20:53 UTC 2013

¡¡ Muchas gracias !!

estimada Hanna




Jesús Gumaro


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Enviado el: jueves, 06 de junio de 2013 09:27
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Asunto: [ddj] Beginner's guide to the R Project for Statistical Computing


Hi everyone,


Some of you may find the R Project for Statistical Computing useful. The R
statistics language is great for data analysis and it's free. 


Also, because it's a programmable environment that uses command-line
scripting, you can store a series of complex data-analysis steps in R. This
function actually lets you re-use the work that you did on other similar
data as opposed to having to re-do everything in a point-and-click


You can take a look at the beginner's guide here
uction>  as well as at the list of helpful resources that are provided here
_resources> . 


Have a nice day! 





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