[R] Good books for learning R?
Daniel A. Powers
dpowers at mail.la.utexas.edu
Wed Feb 14 19:01:46 CET 2001
You might check the
And things on John Maindonald's web page.
Associate Professor, Sociology
University of Texas at Austin
On Wed, 14 Feb 2001, M. Edward Borasky wrote:
> I'm looking for some good books to help me get up to speed on R. I've
> ordered "Modern Applied Statistics with S-Plus (Statistics and Computing)"
> as a start, but I'm wondering if there are any others I should look at. I've
> got all the documentation that comes with R, but I still am spending a lot
> of time "figuring out" how to do simple things like getting confidence
> limits for a mean, even with the search capability in the R on-line help.
> Ed Borasky
> mailto:znmeb at aracnet.com
> Q: What phrase will you never hear Candice Bergen use?
> A: "My daddy didn't raise no dummies".
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