Re: [R] R Book Advice Needed

From: Roland Rau <>
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2007 10:39:37 -0400

Hi Neil, wrote:
> At this point, want to jump in avoiding all the
> Mathematical proofs and just apply R and the packages for what I want to
> do.
I'd still recommend Venables/Ripley: Modern Applied Statistics with S (or often abbrev. MASS, which is also name of the package which supports this book and is part of any standard distribution of R). Have a look at the table of contents. It is possible via (and I guess also for a series of other books on your list). I think using MASS together with the included manuals (especially "An Introduction to R") is probably the best way to get you started.

Roland mailing list PLEASE do read the posting guide and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code. Received on Wed 13 Jun 2007 - 15:26:45 GMT

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