Re: [R] Recommended textbooks for R?

From: Ottortino-Luca Pantani <ottorino-luca.pantani_at_unifi.it>
Date: Fri, 07 Dec 2007 08:56:40 +0100

Max ha scritto:
> Hi everyone!
>
> I've recently begun to learn R for my job as the IT department suffers
> from lack of funding for new software. I was talking to the guy in
> charge of Requisitions and have found out the budget for books is in
> great shape.
>
> So, I'm curious what books people know of that have R examples and are
> good for:
>
> 1.) Uni and Multivariate Time Series Analysis/Forecasting
>
> 2.) GLMs (at this point it looks like I'll be focusing on nominal and
> ordinal regression models)
>
> 3.) Survival Models
>
> 4.) Multiple Regression
>
> Any suggestions would be awesome. :)
>
> thanks,
>
> -Max
>
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I would add

R graphics by Paul Murrell

http://www.amazon.com/Graphics-Computer-Science-Data-Analysis/dp/158488486X may be a little difficult at the beginning, but very useful.

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