Re: [R] Book recommendation for newbie to stats and R?

From: BBands <bbands_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue 17 Oct 2006 - 14:14:40 GMT

On 10/17/06, Zembower, Kevin <kzembowe@jhuccp.org> wrote:
> I work for an organization that analyses behavior change communication
> programs regarding HIV/AIDS and reproductive health. A typical question
> we're trying to answer is, "Watching which television programs in South
> Africa is related to an increased use of condoms?" All of our work is in
> the social sciences, I'd say. I'd like to help analyze our data using R.

I recently bought Peter Dalgaard's book and have found it to be quite helpful.

      jab

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