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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.