Those new to R

noetsi

Fortran must die
#1
Although this could be for me, it is really for a true programmer who wants to learn R.

I know we have sources for beginners. I was unsure where this has been moved to. Unlike me he will pick it up quickly. :p
 

obh

Active Member
#5
If you know programming and statistics, it is straight forward, but still different, so you need to need to learn.

You should look at "data types", which are heavier than regular language, and how to load data from files

You may start at:
https://www.statmethods.net/r-tutorial/index.html

For every function, you want to use you may write in google something like "R z-test doc" and get all the details, like:
https://www.rdocumentation.org/packages/BSDA/versions/1.2.0/topics/z.test

It is open-source with many packages, include overlapping.
If you don't have a package you may install and relate (library), as you already did
 

noetsi

Fortran must die
#6
I was thinking there was a manual for the base code as there are with most code. When I was learning how to do SQL I read books such as this. It tells you what the code is, how you use it, gives example. Or do you simply study the packages ?

I am sure there are many links here somewhere already.
 

Dason

Ambassador to the humans
#7
I mean there are materials for learning base R. You weren't asking about base R. So I directed you to the materials associated with what you were asking about.