R Language

Statistics and Programming

Introduction to R Programming – Part 3 – R Objects (The Vectors)

The first step in learning R programming is getting familiar with basic R objects and their structure. The fundamental data object in R is a vector. In this article we will define the R objects, create different types of vector objects and understand some of its properties. What is R Object? When R is running, …

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Getting started with R – Part 2: RStudio installation guide

This is the second post in the “Getting Started with R Programming” series. In the previous post, we discussed the processes for getting the R programme from the CRAN website. We also constructed simple R code, created a scatter plot, and stored the code in .R source file.The R programme features a very simple graphical …

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What R is and what it is not?

R, as a programming language, has been evolving and developing over the last 20 years. Its goal is quite clear to make it easy and flexible to perform comprehensive statistical computing, data exploration, and visualization. In this blog, we will look at some of the advantages of R, its inheritance from S language and its limitations.

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