A resource page to help you learn and use R
W. John Braun, Duncan J. Murdoch. 2008. A First Course in Statistical Programming in R. Cambridge University Press. circa $50.
R Paper Examples: Using R to replicate a published study
InterSci wiki R Paper Examples: Using R to replicate a published study -- under development
UCLA Academic Technology page. This page contains pages that show how to replicate results from journal articles and other papers using R. We are very grateful to the authors of these papers for giving us permission link to/distribute their papers, to use and distribute their data files via our web pages, and to create these pages.
UCLA instructional pages
→ UCLA's Resources to help you learn and use R ←----
R Starter Kit - UCLA - Using R for Data Analysis and Graphics - Introduction, Examples and Commentary by John Maindonald This page describes how to access and use the book Using R for Data Analysis and Graphics - Introduction, Examples and Commentary.
Statistics for the Social Sciences
INSTALL R: go to http://www.r-project.org/ and click FAQ to choose MAC/Windows: First FAQs are for installation instructions
Programming in R
About R: CRAN pages
The R project for Statistical Computing http://www.r-project.org/ draws upon GNU license shared programs in the CRAN Comprehensive R Archive Network http://cran.r-project.org/ has all the open source contributed packages. Go to the base to install. No problem to remove packages or Uninstall, the latter on your program R options after installation.
R Installation and Administration R Extensions. etc
R Language Definition functions, commands
Using R (with applications to Time Series Analysis) Gavin Shaddick 2004
Data format conversions
Converting an SPSS sav file to an R workspace is fairly easy