Beyond Spreadsheets with R (Manning)
Friday, 28 December 2018

This book shows how to take raw data and transform it for use in computations, tables, graphs, and more. Author Dr Jonathan Carroll shows how to build on simple programming techniques like loops and conditionals to create custom functions. Readers will come away with a toolkit of strategies for analyzing and visualizing data of all sorts using R and RStudio. If you're comfortable writing formulas in Excel, you're ready for this book

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Author: Dr Jonathan Carroll
Publisher: Manning
Date: December 2018
Pages: 352
ISBN: 978-1617294594
Print: 1617294594
eBook: Free with print title
Audience: would-be R developers
Level: Introductory
Category: Other Languages 

beyondr

  • Introducing data and the R language
  • Getting to know R data types
  • Making new data values
  • Understanding the tools you'll use: Functions
  • Combining data values
  • Selecting data values
  • Doing things with lots of data
  • Doing things conditionally: Control
  • structures
  • Visualizing data: Plotting
  • Doing more with your data with extensions

 

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