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R For Everyone, 2nd Ed
Tuesday 24 Apr

Author: Jared P. Lander
Publisher: Addison Wesley
Date: June 2017
Pages: 560
ISBN: 978-0134546926
Print: 013454692X
Kindle: B071X9KT1D
Audience: Would-be R programmers
Rating: 4.5
Reviewer: Mike James

R really isn't for everyone, but you know what the book title means really.


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