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• ### R For Dummies Cheat Sheet

R is more than just a statistical programming language. It’s also a powerful tool for all kinds of data processing and manipulation, used by a c...

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• ### How to Navigate RGui

As part of the process of downloading and installing R, you get the standard graphical user interface (GUI), called RGui...

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• ### How to Combine Logical Statements in R

Life would be boring in R if you couldn’t combine logical statements. If you want to test whether a number lies within a certain interval, for e...

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• ### How R Calculates Infinite, Undefined, and Missing

Luckily, R can deal with data anomalies that confound some other statistical platforms. For instance, in some cases, you don’t have real values...

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• ### The Benefits of Using R

Of the many attractive benefits of R programming language, a few are easy to recognize. It’s actively maintained, it has good connectivity to va...

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You install a package in R with the function — wait for it — install.packages(). Who could’ve guessed? So, to install the fortunes p...

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• ### How to Get Values out of Vectors in R

Vectors would be pretty impractical if you couldn’t look up and manipulate individual values. You can perform these tasks easily by using R̵...

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• ### How to Do Basic Arithmetic in R

Since R is statistics platform, it has a rather complete set of arithmetic operators, so you can use R as a fancy calculator if the need arises. How t...

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• ### How to Compare Values in Logical Vectors in R

To build logical vectors in R, you’d better know how to compare values, and R contains a set of operators that you can use for this purpose. O...

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• ### How to Look at the Structure of Vectors in R

A vector is a one-dimensional set of values, all the same type. It’s the smallest unit you can work with in R. A single value is technically a v...

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