Re: [R] Statitics Textbook - any recommendation?

From: Berton Gunter <gunter.berton_at_gene.com>
Date: Wed 20 Sep 2006 - 21:09:48 GMT


Not withstanding Prof. Heiberger's admirable enthusiasm, I think the canonical answer is probably MASS (Modern Applied Statistics with S) by Venables and Ripley. It is very comprehensive, but depending on your background, you may find it too telegraphic.

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> Subject: [R] Statitics Textbook - any recommendation?
>
> I would like to buy a basic statistics book (experimental design,
> sampling, ANOVA, regression, etc.) with examples in R. Or
> download it
> in PDF or html format.
> I went to the CRAN contributed documentation, but there were only R
> textbooks, that is, textbooks where R is the focus, not the
> statistics. And I would like to find the opposite.
> Other text I am trying to find is multivariate data analysis (EFA,
> cluster, mult regression, MANOVA, etc.) with examples with R.
> Any recommendation?
>
> Thank you in advance,
>
> Iuri.
>
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