Re: [R] R Reference Card (especially useful for Newbies)

From: Rick Ram <r.ramyar_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri 29 Jul 2005 - 03:16:14 EST

This is a very useful resource. I also wandered around the rest of the site when I found this. Rpad itself looks like a fanstastic tool.

On 27/07/05, Berton Gunter <gunter.berton@gene.com> wrote:
>
>
> Newbies (and others!) may find useful the R Reference Card made available
> by
> Tom Short and Rpad at http://www.rpad.org/Rpad/Rpad-refcard.pdf or through
> the "Contributed" link on CRAN (where some other reference cards are also
> linked). It categorizes and organizes a bunch of R's basic, most used
> functions so that they can be easily found. For example, paste() is under
> the "Strings" heading and expand.grid() is under "Data Creation." For
> newbies struggling to find the right R function as well as veterans who
> can't quite remember the function name, it's very handy.
>
> -- Bert Gunter
> Genentech Non-Clinical Statistics
> South San Francisco, CA
>
> "The business of the statistician is to catalyze the scientific learning
> process." - George E. P. Box
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