**Still trying to wrap your head around R?**

With more than two million users, R is the open-source programming language standard for data analysis and statistical modeling. R is packed with powerful programming capabilities, but learning to use R in the real world can be overwhelming for even the most seasoned statisticians. This easy-to-follow guide explains how to use R for data processing and statistical analysis, and then, shows you how to present your data using compelling and informative graphics. You'll gain practical experience using R in a variety of settings and delve deeper into R's feature-rich toolset.

Includes tips for the initial installation of R

Demonstrates how to easily perform calculations on vectors, arrays, and lists of data

Shows how to effectively visualize data using R's powerful graphics packages

Gives pointers on how to find, install, and use add-on packages created by the R community

Provides tips on getting additional help from R mailing lists and websites

Whether you're just starting out with statistical analysis or are a procedural programming pro, R For Dummies is the book you need to get the most out of R.

- Cover
- Table of Contents
- Title Page
- Introduction
- Part I: R You Ready?
- Part II: Getting Down to Work in R
- Part III: Coding in R
- Part IV: Making the Data Talk
- Part V: Working with Graphics
- Part VI: The Part of Tens
- Appendix: Installing R and RStudio
- Cheat Sheet