These resources were previously used for PHC 6055 which is no longer being offered. They remain as a general resource.
This page contains links to useful resources for learning R.
Collected Links and Documents:
- CRAN Home Page: Download R for Windows or MAC here
- R-Studio: An interface for using R that many students seem to like.
- An Introduction to R: Most Recent Version
- Short R Reference Card: Compact and useful information about common R commands
- UCLA Institute for Digital Research and Education: Excellent resources for a variety of packages, including R.
- R Project Home Page: A broader site associated with R. Contains links to CRAN materials plus more.
- Datasets in R: A list of datasets available in R or through specific common R packages.
- Working With Functions: A short tutorial on writing functions.
- Using R for Introductory Statistics: A manual on using R for basic statistics.
- Graphics in R: Examples of basic and advanced graphics using R.
- R-Graph-Example: An example showing the pdf, cdf, and survial function for one discrete and one continuous random variable.
- Quick R: A site containing some useful information about learning R for data analysis;
Associated with the book “R in Action.”
- R by Example: A set of examples on specific topics to illustrate common uses of R.
- A few illustrative examples in R: A short introduction to R.
- WESSA.net: This site offers R-Modules online. Viewing the underlying R-code can be useful.
- Carnegie Mellon Open Learning Statistics: This course has activities which give directions using R along with other software.
- http://notepad-plus-plus.org/download/: A programming editor which gives some SAS-style color coding to R scripts.
- https://www.programiz.com/r-programming – A tutorial site for beginning programming