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 Title An Introduction to R
 Author(s) Alex Douglas, Deon Roos, Francesca Mancini, Ana Couto, and David Lusseau
 Publisher: Bookdown (July 22, 2022)
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Book Description
The aim of this book is to introduce you to using R, a powerful and flexible interactive environment for statistical computing and research. R in itself is not difficult to learn, but as with learning any new language (spoken or computer) the initial learning curve can be a little steep and somewhat daunting.
Neither is it intended to be an introductory statistics course, although you will be using some simple statistics to highlight some of R's capabilities. The main aim of this book is to help you climb the initial learning curve and provide you with the basic skills and experience (and confidence!) to enable you to further your experience in using R.
Although R is not new, it's popularity has increased rapidly over the last 10 years or so (see here for some interesting data). It was originally created and developed by Ross Ihaka and Robert Gentleman during the 1990’s with the first stable version released in 2000. Nowadays R is maintained by the R Development Core Team. So, why has R become so popular and why should you learn how to use it? Some reasons include:
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