[R] Book Recommendation

Stephen H. Dawson, DSL @erv|ce @end|ng |rom @hd@w@on@com
Mon Aug 28 22:04:56 CEST 2023

Thanks, Bert. I appreciate your helpful assistance.

This is an academic course. The effort now is to nail down the former. I 
am pushing against a local db for the students. I prefer they focus on 
the get-and-analyze efforts and not db administration efforts.

Kindest Regards,
*Stephen Dawson, DSL*
/Executive Strategy Consultant/
Business & Technology
+1 (865) 804-3454

On 8/28/23 13:47, Bert Gunter wrote:
> I presume you are familiar with the RSQL and RSQLite packages and 
> their vignettes.
> Can't offer any help, but a point of clarification:
> When you say, "teach accomplishing SQL in R," do you explicitly mean 
> using SQL syntax in R to manipulate data or do you mean just doing 
> SQL-like types of data manipulation in R? For the former, I assume you 
> would be using the above-mentioned packages -- or perhaps others that 
> I don't know about like them. For the latter, which I think would be 
> subsumed under "data wrangling in R" there are tons of packages, 
> tutorials, and books out there that one could search for under that 
> rubric. If neither of the above, further clarification might help you 
> get a better answer.
> Cheers,
> Bert
> On Mon, Aug 28, 2023 at 8:47 AM Stephen H. Dawson, DSL via R-help 
> <r-help using r-project.org> wrote:
>     Good Morning,
>     I am doing some research to develop a new course where I teach. I am
>     looking for a book to use in the course content to teach
>     accomplishing
>     SQL in R.
>     Does anyone know of a book on this topic to recommend for
>     consideration?
>     Thank You,
>     -- 
>     *Stephen Dawson, DSL*
>     /Executive Strategy Consultant/
>     Business & Technology
>     +1 (865) 804-3454
>     http://www.shdawson.com
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