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 Title: The R Inferno
 Author(s) Patrick Burns
 Publisher: lulu.com (January 12, 2012); eBook (Final Draft, April 30, 2011)
 Paperback: 154 pages
 eBook: PDF (126 pages, 925 KB)
 Language: English
 ISBN10: 1471046524
 ISBN13: 9781471046520
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Book Description
An essential guide to the trouble spots and oddities of R. In spite of the quirks exposed here, R is the best computing environment for most data analysis tasks. R is free, opensource, and has thousands of contributed packages. It is used in such diverse fields as ecology, finance, genomics and music. If you are using spreadsheets to understand data, switch to R. You will have safer  and ultimately, more convenient  computations.
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