Using R (with applications in Time Series Analysis) Dr. Gavin Shaddick January contrib/ Beginners • Econometrics in R EconometricsInR. pdf. Econometrics course with R. ·

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. I’m interested in learning R on the cheap. This question exists because it has historical significance, but it is not considered a good, on-topic question for this siteso please do not use it as evidence that you can ask similar questions here. This question and its answers are frozen and cannot be changed.

If I had to choose one thing, make sure that you read “The R Inferno”. Quick-R can be a good place to start. A little bit data mining oriented R and Data Mining resources: It’s a free book, free in the GNU sense of the word.

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It’s definitely open source – on the download page you can download the LaTeX source or the lyx source used to generate this. The official guides are pretty nice; check out http: There is also a lot of contributed documentation there. One resource is ‘Some hints for the R beginner’ at http: I have written a document that is freely available at my website and on CRAN.


See the linked page:. The datasets that are used in the document are also linked from that page. Feedback is welcome and appreciated! A large number of short videos that cover a lot of useful tasks with R 91 videos as of March Here’s a nice new interactive online tutorial on the basics of R: The R project website has lots of manuals to start, and I suggest you the Nabble R forum and the R-bloggers site as well.

If you already know another programming language, these notes may help point out some of the ways R might surprise you. I liked these lectures: Statistical Aspects of Data Mining.

The lecturer is solving example problems using R. There are some very good learning materials here: If you don’t have one then help get one started. I’m sure you will be able to find like minded interested folks. If you’d like a beginners tutorial to R in the context of Econometrics this may be a good starting point as well: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.

Free resources for learning R Ask Question. You should add your background. Programmers who came to R have different issues than people without a programming background.

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Some useful R links find out the link that suits you: A Data Mining tool in R http: Komodo Edit R editor http: A very informative blog http: This list was becoming less usable. R Inferno felt like Cookbook Part 2.


I agree with Darren — I don’t see the Inferno as introductory. If you like learning through videos, I collated a list of R training videos.

I also prepared a general post on learning R with suggestions on books, online manuals, blogs, videos, user interfaces, and more. That URL didn’t work for me, but this did: If you have experience in other languages, these “R Rosetta Stone” videos may be useful: Welcome — Nice to see you here, Pat!

See the linked page: After you learn the basics, I find the following sites very useful: Subscribing to the Stack overflow R tag.

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R bloggers has many posts with tutorials materials: Look for R Users Groups in your area. They are growing around the world. As for helpful links the Dallas R Users Crran has a nice list.

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