[R] Interactive R Learning Website

From: Lanna Jin <lannajin_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 21 Jun 2010 13:28:33 -0700 (PDT)

Hey all,

Here's a website I've been working on for the NPS to help move them toward using R (took some of T. Philippi's stuff and spruced it up a bit; also added some of my own material). I've tried to integrate interactivity in the website to help make learning R less painful (tooltip for parsing the language structure, etc). It hasn't really been proofread yet and is still under a great deal of construction, but comments, suggestions, criticism welcome!

(Note: the index is a little dry, but take a look at the "Learn R" pages, ex: graphics_ex.cfm)



Lanna Jin

Lanna Jin


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