[R] R Beginner - Need Perhaps 5 - 10 Minutes of R User Time to Learn Few Basics
petr.pikal at precheza.cz
Mon Nov 18 14:45:22 CET 2013
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> From: r-help-bounces at r-project.org [mailto:r-help-bounces at r-
> project.org] On Behalf Of Zach Feinstein
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> Subject: [R] R Beginner - Need Perhaps 5 - 10 Minutes of R User Time to
> Learn Few Basics
> I have finally decided that I will learn R and learn it very well. For
If you really decided to invest in learning R you shall first read R-Intro documentation especially chapters 2 and 3 and 1.11.
Eventually you could read whole 102 pages document. It shall not take you more than a week and after that you will be able to do quite sophisticated analysis.
I do not know Rstudio or Rattle but once you taste R console way maybe together with some suitable editor (I use Tinn-R) you will hardly need any GUI add-on.
> now I am using a program that a friend of mine developed to do some
> advanced statistical analyses. I downloaded RStudio to my machine.
> [Perhaps RStudio is not the best platform to work from - I have heard
> that Rattle is sort of the new standard.] I have so far been able to
> highlight the rows of the code that I wish to run, but then I somehow
> turned off seeing the output. I also cannot find where I would locate
> the output window. Yes, frustrated.
> Would any kind soul be interested in helping kickstart my R learning? I
> have JoinMe installed on my machine so I figure we can do it
> interactively. It should not take more than a few minutes. I am already
> very experienced with both C and VBA languages as well as SPSS syntax
> so there is not much need to worry about me being too much of a novice.
> Thank you very much in advance.
> Zach Feinstein
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