**Using R for Data Analysis and Graphics**

by J H Maindonald

**Publisher**: Australian National University 2008**Number of pages**: 96

**Description**:

These notes are designed to allow individuals who have a basic grounding in statistical methodology to work through examples that demonstrate the use of R for a range of types of data manipulation, graphical presentation and statistical analysis.

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